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The DAT5024V2 is a mA Current Trip Amp DIN Rail mount . The input has an option to use the auxiliary power supply so both active and passive signals can be used. The Threshold 1 is programmed as high alarm, while, by dip-switches, it is possible to set the Threshold 2 either as high or low alarm. The trip level of each threshold can be adjusted by the potentiometers and checked by the test-points located on the front of the device. It is possible to adjust by potentiometers the values of the hysteresis level and delay time.
The isolation between input and power supply is 2000 Vac. The isolation between input and contacts of relays is 2000 Vac. The isolation between the power supply and contacts of relays is 1500 Vac. The isolations eliminate the effects of all ground loops and allows the use of the converter in heavy environmental conditions found in industrial applications. The DAT5024 is in compliance with the standard 89/336/EEC on the Electromagnetic Compatibility. It is housed in a plastic enclosure of 20.5 mm thickness suitable for DIN rail mounting in compliance with EN-50022 and EN-50035 standards.
|Input||mA, Thermocouples, RTD's, mV, V. See Data sheet for range.|
|Output: Relay||2 SPDT Relay.|
|Power Supply:||18 to 32 Vdc|
|Temperature rating:||Operative- 4°F +158°F - 20°C +60°C|
|Temperature Storage Temperature - 40°F +170°F - 40°C +85°C.|
|Humidity:||(non condensing) 0-90%.|
|Dimensions:||Diameter 1 3/4 " Height 15/16 " 42 mm X 24mm|
|Weight:||3 oz 90 g.|
|EMC.||For industrial environments.|
|Immunity: EN 61000-6-2.|
|Emission: EN 61000-6-4.|
|RTD 3 wire||Terminals N and O Compensation M|
|Resistance 3 wires||Terminals N and O Compensation M|
|Thermocouple||Terminals + N and - P|
|Volts||Positive N Negative P|
|mA Passive||Positive O Negative P|
|mA Active||Positive M Negative O|
|Power supply||Positive +V Q Negative -V R|
|Relay 0||Normally Closed G, Common L, Normally Open I.|
|Relay 1||Normally Closed F, Common E, Normally Open H.|