SATEL-LP-DAIO6
I/O extension module, 1 analog input, 1 analog
output, 2 digital wide-range inputs and outputs
Data sheet
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© SATEL
2016-12-07
Description
The I/O extension module can be used in conjunction with
SATEL-LP wireless modules. In a station structure, you can
connect up to 32 I/O extension modules to a wireless
module via the DIN rail connector.
Features
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The analog/digital I/O extension module is used for
processing two digital input/output signals, an analog input
signal and an analog output signal.
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Easy and tool-free I/O mapping via thumb wheel on the
front
Modular design via DIN rail connector (hot-swap
capable)
Channel-to-channel electrical isolation
2 digital wide-range inputs and outputs
(0 ... 250 V AC/DC)
1 analog input (alternatively 0/4 ... 20 mA)
1 analog output (alternatively 0/4 ... 20 mA, 0 ... 10 V)
16-bit resolution of the analog inputs/outputs
(accuracy < 0.02%)
DIP switches for Hold or Reset behavior of outputs
Loop-power function for passive sensors
International approvals
WARNING: Explosion hazard when used in potentially explosive areas
The device is a category 3 item of electrical equipment. Follow the instructions provided here during
installation and observe the safety notes.
Make sure you always use the latest documentation.
It can be downloaded from the product at www.satel.com.
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Table of contents
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Description .............................................................................................................................. 1
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Table of contents ..................................................................................................................... 2
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Ordering data .......................................................................................................................... 3
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Technical data ......................................................................................................................... 3
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Derating................................................................................................................................... 8
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Safety regulations and installation notes.................................................................................. 9
6.1
Installation notes ................................................................................................................. 9
6.2
Installation in Zone 2........................................................................................................... 10
6.3
UL Notes ......................................................................................................................... 10
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Installation ............................................................................................................................. 11
7.1
Structure ......................................................................................................................... 11
7.2
Basic circuit diagram .......................................................................................................... 11
7.3
Configuration .................................................................................................................... 12
7.4
Display and diagnostic elements ........................................................................................... 13
7.5
Analog input ..................................................................................................................... 13
7.6
Analog output ................................................................................................................... 13
7.7
Digital inputs..................................................................................................................... 13
7.8
Digital outputs ................................................................................................................... 13
7.9
Mounting and removing ....................................................................................................... 14
7.10 Connecting cables ............................................................................................................. 15
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Process data.......................................................................................................................... 16
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Ordering data
Description
Type
Order No.
Pcs./Pkt.
Analog/digital I/O extension module with 2 digital inputs/
outputs (0...250 V AC/DC) and 1 analog input
(0/4...20 mA) and output (0/4 ... 20 mA, 0...10 V),
with screw connection, incl. DIN rail connector
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
YI0105
1
Accessories
Type
Order No.
Pcs./Pkt.
2400 MHz wireless transceiver with RS-232, RS-485
SATEL-LP24
2-wire interface, expandable with I/O extension modules,
with screw connection, antenna connection: RSMA
(female), including DIN rail connector, without antenna
YM0424
1
868 MHz wireless transceiver with RS-232, RS-485 2-wire SATEL-LP8
interface, expandable with I/O extension modules, with
screw connection, antenna connection: RSMA (female),
including DIN rail connector, without antenna.
YM0408
1
Bidirectional, 900 MHz transceiver for wireless
transmission of serial and I/O data
SATEL-LP9
YM0409
1
Multipoint multiplexer for RS-485 bus system, can be
extended with I/O extension modules. Can be used as
Modbus/RTU bus coupler or combined with SATEL-LP
wireless system, screw connection. Up to 99 stations,
including DIN rail connector
SATEL-LP-RS485
YI0109
1
Analog/digital I/O extension module with 2 digital inputs/
outputs (0...250 V AC/DC) and 1 analog input
(0/4...20 mA) and output (0/4 ... 20 mA, 0...10 V),
with screw connection, incl. DIN rail connector
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
YI0105
1
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Technical data
Dimensions
Dimensions W/H/D
17.5 mm / 99 mm / 114.5 mm
General data
Overvoltage category
II
Mounting position
any, on standard DIN rail NS 35 in accordance with EN 60715
Degree of protection
IP20
Degree of pollution
2
Type of housing
PA 6.6-FR, black
Flammability rating according to UL 94
V0
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General data
MTTF (mean time to failure) Telcordia standard,
25°C temperature, 21% operating cycle
(5 days a week, 8 hours a day)
889 Years
MTTF (mean time to failure) Telcordia standard,
40°C temperature, 34.25% operating cycle
(5 days a week, 12 hours a day)
391 Years
MTTF (mean time to failure) Telcordia standard,
temperature 40°C, operating cycle 100%
(7 days a week, 24 hours a day)
151 Years
Supply
Supply voltage range
19.2 V DC ... 30.5 V DC (DIN rail connector)
Max. current consumption
≤ 95 mA (At 24 V DC, at 25°C)
Transient surge protection
Yes
Analog input
Number of inputs
1
Current input signal
0 mA ... 20 mA (can be set via DIP switches)
4 mA ... 20 mA (can be set via DIP switches)
Max. current input signal
22 mA
Input resistance current input
< 70 Ω
Precision
≤ 0.02 % (at 25 °C)
Temperature coefficient, typical
typ. 0.0025 %/K (at -40 °C ... +70 °C)
Supply voltage
≥ 12 V DC (For passive sensors (via terminal PWR1, +I1))
Resolution (bit)
16 (Bit)
Protective circuit
Short-circuit and overload protection
Max. current consumption
< 1 mA
Digital input
Number of inputs
2
Switching level "1" signal
10 V AC/DC ... 50 V AC/DC (Low-voltage input)
50 V AC/DC ... 250 V AC/DC (High-voltage input)
Switching level "0" signal
0 V AC/DC ... 4 V AC/DC (Low-voltage input)
0 V AC/DC ... 20 V AC/DC (High-voltage input)
Input frequency
≤ 2 Hz
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Analog output
Number of outputs
1
Voltage output signal
0 V ... 10 V
Output signal maximum voltage
approx. 10.83 V
Load
≥ 10 kΩ
Precision
typ. 0.5 % (Voltage output)
Current output signal
0 mA ... 20 mA
4 mA ... 20 mA
Output signal maximum current
approx. 21.67 mA
Load
≤ 500 Ω
Precision
≤ 0.02 % (at 25 °C)
Resolution (bit)
16 bit
Temperature coefficient, typical
typ. 0.0025 %/K (at -40 °C ... +70 °C)
Behavior of the outputs (adjustable via DIP switch)
Hold / Reset
Protective circuit
Transient protection of outputs
Relay output
Number of outputs
2
Contact type
PDT
Contact material
AgSnO2
Maximum switching voltage
250 V AC
24 V DC
Min. switching current
≥ 10 mA
Max. switching current
2A
Mechanical service life
1 x 107 cycles
Electrical service life
2 x 105 cycles (At 2 A, 250 V AC, cosφ 0.4)
2 x 105 cycles (At 1 A, 24 V DC, L/R = 48 ms)
Maximum switching frequency
2 Hz
Switching capacity
48 W (24 V DC)
60 W (30 V DC)
20 W (48 V DC)
18 W (60 V DC)
22 W (110 V DC)
40 W (220 V DC)
42 W (250 V DC)
Behavior of the outputs (adjustable via DIP switch)
Hold / Reset
Electrical isolation
Digital I/O
300 V (Rated insulation voltage (in each case between the
digital inputs // digital outputs // TBUS supply, reinforced
insulation according to EN 61010))
Analog I/O
50 V (Rated insulation voltage (in each case between the
TBUS analog inputs / analog outputs / supply, reinforced
insulation according to EN 61010))
Digital/Analog I/O
300 V (Rated insulation voltage (in each case between the
digital inputs and outputs // analog inputs and outputs,
reinforced insulation according to EN 61010))
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Test voltage
Digital I/O
Analog I/O
2.5 kV AC (50 Hz, 1 min.)
1.5 kV AC (50 Hz, 1 min.)
Connection data
Connection method
Screw connection
Conductor cross section, solid
0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section, flexible
0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil
24 ... 14
Stripping length
7 mm
Tightening torque
0.6 Nm
Status indication
Status display
Green LED (supply voltage, PWR)
Green LED (bus communication, DAT)
Red LED (periphery error, ERR)
Yellow LED (digital input, DI1)
Yellow LED (digital input, DI2)
Yellow LED (digital output, DO1)
Yellow LED (digital output, DO2)
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature (operation)
-40 °C ... 70 °C (>55°C derating)
-40 °F ... 158 °F (>131°F derating)
Ambient temperature (storage/transport)
-40 °C ... 85 °C
-40 °F ... 185 °F
Permissible humidity (operation)
20 % ... 85 %
Permissible humidity (storage/transport)
20 % ... 85 %
Altitude
2000 m
Vibration (operation)
in accordance with IEC 60068-2-6: 5g, 10 Hz ... 150 Hz
Shock
16g, 11 ms
Operating conditions for the extended temperature range (+55 °C ... 70 °C)
No function restrictions for the extended temperature range if you keep a minimum distance of 17.5 mm
between the modules. The minimum distance is the width of a DIN rail connector.
Otherwise please observe the following restrictions:
- Do not use the analog loop-powered output (PWR1).
- Only use the analog voltage output (U1).
- Use two of the four possible digital inputs/outputs, maximum.
Individual operating conditions on request.
Certification
Conformance
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Certification
ATEX
Please follow the special installation instructions in the
documentation!
 II 3 G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc (IBExU16ATEXB019 X)
IECEx
Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc (IECEx IBE 16.0030X)
UL, USA/Canada
UL 508 Listed
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D T4A
Class I, Zone 2, IIC T4
Conformance
EMC directive 2014/30/EU
EN 61000-6-2; EN 61000-6-4
Ex directive (ATEX)
EN 60079-0; EN 60079-15
Tolerances influenced by electromagnetic interference
Type of electromagnetic interference
Typical deviation of the measuring range final value
(current input)
-
Relative
Absolute
Electromagnetic fields according to EN 61000-4-3/
IEC 61000-4-3
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
Conducted interference according to EN 61000-4-6/
IEC 61000-4-6
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
Fast transients (burst) according to EN 61000-4-4/
EC 61000-4-4
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
Tolerances influenced by electromagnetic interference
Type of electromagnetic interference
Typical deviation of the measuring range final value
(current output)
-
Relative
Absolute
Electromagnetic fields; 10 V/m according to
EN 61000-4-3/IEC 61000-4-3
< ±2.5 %
±500 µA
Electromagnetic fields; 3 V/m according to
EN 61000-4-3/IEC 61000-4-3
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
Conducted interference according to EN 61000-4-6/
IEC 61000-4-6
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
Fast transients (burst) according to EN 61000-4-4/
IEC 61000-4-4
< ±0.2 %
±40 µA
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Derating
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Safety regulations and installation
notes
6.1
Installation notes
WARNING:
Observe the following safety notes when
using the device.
WARNING: Risk of electric shock
During operation, certain parts of this device
may carry hazardous voltages. Disregarding
this warning may result in damage to
equipment and/or serious personal injury.
– For applications with high operating
voltages, ensure sufficient distance or
insulation and provide shock protection.
– Provide a switch/circuit breaker close to
the device, which is labeled as the
disconnect device for this device or the
entire control cabinet.
– Disconnect the device from all power
sources during maintenance work and
configuration (the device can remain
connected to SELV or PELV circuits).
– The housing of the device provides a
basic insulation against the neighboring
devices, for 300 V eff. If several devices
are installed next to each other, this has
to be taken into account, and additional
insulation has to be installed if necessary.
If the neighboring device is equipped with
basic insulation, no additional insulation
is necessary.
– Always use the same phase for digital
inputs and digital outputs.
Maximum isolating voltage: 300 V.
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The category 3 device is designed for installation in
zone 2 potentially explosive areas. It meets the
requirements of EN 60079-0:2012+A11:2013 and
EN 60079-15:2010.
Installation, operation, and maintenance may only be
carried out by qualified electricians. Follow the
installation instructions as described.
When installing and operating the device, the
applicable regulations and safety directives (including
national safety directives), as well as general technical
regulations, must be observed. The technical data is
provided in the package slip and on the certificates
(conformity assessment, additional approvals where
applicable).
The device must not be opened or modified. Do not
repair the device yourself, replace it with an equivalent
device. Repairs may only be carried out by the
manufacturer. The manufacturer is not liable for
damage resulting from violation.
The IP20 protection (IEC 60529/EN 60529) of the
device is intended for use in a clean and dry
environment. The device must not be subject to
mechanical strain and/or thermal loads, which exceed
the limits described.
To protect the device against mechanical or electrical
damage, install it in a suitable housing with appropriate
degree of protection as per IEC 60529.
The device is not designed for use in atmospheres with
a danger of dust explosions.
If dust is present, it is necessary to install into a suitable
approved housing, whereby the surface temperature of
the housing must be taken into consideration.
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6.2
Installation in Zone 2
WARNING: Explosion hazard when used
in potentially explosive areas
Please make sure that the following notes and
instructions are observed.
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Observe the specified conditions for use in potentially
explosive areas! Install the device in a suitable
approved housing (with a minimum of IP54 protection)
that meets the requirements of EN 60079-15. Observe
the requirements of EN 60079-14.
In zone 2, only connect devices to the supply and signal
circuits that are suitable for operation in the Ex zone 2
and the conditions at the installation location.
In potentially explosive areas, terminals may only be
snapped onto or off the DIN rail connector and wires
may only be connected or disconnected when the
power is switched off.
The switches of the device that can be accessed may
only be actuated when the power supply to the device is
disconnected.
The device must be stopped and immediately removed
from the Ex area if it is damaged, was subject to an
impermissible load, stored incorrectly or if it
malfunctions.
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UL Notes
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT FOR
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS 45FP
A This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Zone 2,
IIC T4 and Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C,D T4A
hazardous locations or non-hazardous locations only.
B WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT
DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS
BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN
TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
C WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR
SUITABILITY FOR CLASS 1, DIVISION 2.
D These devices are open-type devices that are to be
installed in an enclosure suitable for the environment
that is only accessible with the use of a tool.
E WARNING - Exposure to some chemicals may
degrade the sealing properties of materials used in
relays within this device.
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Installation
Pos.
1
NOTE: electrostatic discharge!
The device contains components that can be
damaged or destroyed by electrostatic
discharge. When handling the device,
observe the necessary safety precautions
against electrostatic discharge (ESD)
according to EN 61340-5-1 and
IEC 61340-5-1.
7.1
Structure
3
2
1
DI
1L
DI
1H
DI
1
DI
2L
DI
2H
6
DI
2
Pw
r1
+I
1
-I
1
7
16
4
DI
DI 1L DI
Pw2L D 1H D
r1 I2H
I
+I
DI 1
1
2
-I
OF
F
2
7.2
ON
13
12
DI
P-1
PWR IN
3.1
2 Wire Out
3.2
PW
R
8
ER
R
8
IO-MAP
14
4
DA
T
PWR IN
DI
1
DI
2
3 Wire
DO
1
CO
Out
GND
DO
2
U
1
CO
M
1
M
2
I1
NO
1
NO1 N
C
2
NC1
11
2
10
9
Figure 1
Basic circuit diagram
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3
15
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Designation
Analog inputs for 2-, 3-, 4-wire measuring
transducers
Digital input as wide-range input
Digital input as wide-range input
DIP switches for input/output configuration
White thumbwheel for setting the I/O-MAP address
Connection option for DIN rail connector
DIN rail
Metal foot catch for DIN rail fixing
Analog output, alternatively current/voltage
Relay output with PDT contact (floating)
Relay output with PDT contact (floating)
Status LEDs for the digital outputs DO1...DO2
Status LEDs for the digital inputs DI1...DI2
ERR status LED, red (communication error)
DAT status LED, green (BUS communication)
PWR status LED, green (supply voltage)
Function elements
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.2
3.3
10...50V AC/DC
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.1
GND
50...250V AC/DC
GND
0...10V DC
2.3
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
4.1
0/4...20 mA
4.2
GND
IO-MAP
PWR1
-I1
U
I
VLOOP
+I1
I
U1
I1
1
DI2L
COM1
DI2H
NO1
µC
DI2
NC1
DI1L
COM2
DI1H
NO2
DI1
NC2
DC
4.1
4.2
4.3
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.1
6.2
6.3
IFS
DC
IFS
4.3
24 V DC/250 V AC
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3.3
Out
US 4 Wire
GND
Figure 2
3.1
5.1
5.2
Basic circuit diagram
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Configuration
I/O MAP address
The DIP switches on the front can be used to configure the
input signals ranges (0 ... 20 mA or 4 ... 20 mA). You can
also set the behavior of the outputs in the event of an error,
e.g., interruption of the wireless connection.
For the analog output you can either select the “reset” option
(output value set to 0 = Reset) or the “hold last value” option
(Hold). For the digital outputs you can select the “reset”
option (relay drops out = Reset) or the “hold last valid state”
option (Hold).
DI1L DI1N DI1
DI2L DI
02N DI2
-I1
U1 +I1
ANT
OFF ON
1
2
3
4
DIP-1
PWR
DAT
1 2
IO-MAP
7.3
ERR
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
U1 I1
1
COM1 NO1 NC1
COM2 NO2 NC2
DI1L DI1N DI1
DI2L DI
02N DI2
-I1
U1 +I1
ANT
Figure 4
OFF ON
PWR
DAT
Thumb wheel
DIP-1
1 2
Use the thumbwheel to set the I/O-MAP address. The
extension module in the SATEL-LP wireless system is
addressed using the I/O-MAP address.
IO-MAP
1
2
3
4
ERR
DO1
DO2
DO3
On the entire wireless network, addresses 1 to 99 (I/O MAP)
(maximum) may be assigned for the I/O extension modules.
DO4
U1 I1
1
COM1 NO1 NC1
COM2 NO2 NC2
Figure 3
DIP switches
Input/output
Analog IN
Analog IN
Analog OUT
Analog OUT
Digital OUT1
Digital OUT1
Digital OUT2
Digital OUT2
Configuration
0 ... 20 mA
4 ... 20 mA
Reset
Hold
Reset
Hold
Reset
Hold
DIP switch
1
2
3
4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Thumbwheel
01 - 99
00
**, 1* - 9*
*1 - *9
Description
I/O MAP address
Delivery state
Setting not permitted
Setting not permitted
Wireless module in I/O data mode
An input/output device must be provided with the same
setting (I/O-MAP address) as the assigned input/output
device at the other wireless station (I/O mapping).
Each I/O-MAP address must only be assigned to one device
pair.
Example:
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
I/O MAP address
02
02
Only the SATEL-LP-DAIO6 module can be assigned to the
SATEL-LP-DAIO6 module.
Wireless module in PLC/Modbus RTU mode
Each I/O MAP address may only appear once in the
network.
Input and output data is stored in a Modbus Memory Map in
the master wireless module. You can read or write the
process data via the serial interface of the master wireless
module (RAD ID = 01) using Modbus RTU commands.
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7.4
Display and diagnostic elements
The I/O extension module uses a total of seven LEDs to
indicate the operating states.
OFF ON
DAT
1 2
IO-MAP
DIP-1
PWR
Analog input
The analog input of the extension module is able to process
standard signals (0/4...20 mA).
All the inputs are electrically isolated from one another, from
the supply voltage (via bus foot), and from other electronic
components. A supply voltage of 12 V DC, minimum, is
available at the connection terminal block (PWR1) for the
use of passive sensors (1 in Figure 1, connection
assignment see Figure 2).
DI1L DI1N DI1
DI2L DI
02N DI2
-I1
U1 +I1
ANT
1
2
3
4
7.5
ERR
DI1
7.6
DI2
Analog output
DO3
DO4
The analog output of the extension module (9 in Figure 1) is
designed as an active output.
U1 I1
1
COM1 NO1 NC1
COM2 NO2 NC2
Figure 5
Display and diagnostic elements
PWR LED
The green PWR LED indicates the supply voltage status.
OFF
No supply voltage
ON
Supply voltage OK
DAT LED
The green DAT LED indicates the bus communication
status.
OFF
No communication
Flashing Configuration and addressing mode
ON
Cyclic data communication
ERR LED
The red ERR LED indicates the error status, e.g., no
corresponding output module found (e.g., incorrect
addressing).
OFF
No error
Flashing Slow
I/O-MAP address changed
(1.4 Hz)
Fast
Wireless module in I/O data mode
(2.8 Hz) (wire in/wire out): Missing input
module, no bus communication
ON
All the outputs are electrically isolated from one another,
from the supply voltage (via bus foot), and from other
electronic components.
The output signal can be selected either as a current signal
(0/4...20 mA) or as a voltage signal (0...10 V).
7.7
Digital inputs
The digital inputs are electrically isolated (reinforced
insulation) from one another, from the supply voltage (via
the bus foot), and from other electronic components.
The two digital inputs of the device are used to process low
voltages in the 0...50 V AC/DC range and high voltages in
the 50...250 V AC/DC range.
7.8
Digital outputs
The two digital outputs of the extension module (10, 11 in
Figure 1) are designed as floating relay contacts (PDT).
Switching capacity: 2 A at 250 V AC / 24 V DC.
The digital outputs are electrically isolated (reinforced
insulation) from one another, from the supply voltage (via
the bus foot), and from other electronic components.
Wireless module in PLC/Modbus
RTU mode: No Modbus
communication (safe state of outputs,
depending on DIP switch setting)
Critical internal error
DI1 / DI2
The yellow DI1/DI2 LEDs indicate the status of the digital
inputs.
DO1 / DO2
The yellow DO1/DO2 LEDs indicate the status of the digital
outputs.
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7.9
When using the device in a connection station, use the
17.5 mm wide DIN rail connector supplied. Only use the DIN
rail connector in connection with 24 V DC devices.
Mounting and removing
Connection station with I/O extension modules
Up to 32 different I/O extension modules can be connected
to every wireless module via the DIN rail connector (see
accessories). Data is transmitted and power is supplied to
the I/O extension modules via the bus foot.
Outside the Ex area, module extension or
module replacement is also possible during
operation.
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Reset
DI1
DAT
0 3
PWR
DAT
ERR
DI1
DI1
DI2
DI2
DI2
DO1
DO1
DI3
DO3TX
RX
DO2
DI4
DI4
RX TX
D(A) D(B)
RX TX GND
CO1 CO2 NC1
D(A) D(B)
RX TX GND
CO1 CO2 NC1
0 4
PWR
DAT
0 5
ERR
PWR
DAT
0 6
PWR
DAT
ERR
DI1
DO1
DO1
DI2
DO2
DO2
DI3
DO3
DO3
DO4
DO4
3 1
ERR
PWR
DAT
3 2
IO-MAP
PWR
ERR
IO-MAP
0 2
IO-MAP
DAT
IO-MAP
PWR
ERR
IO-MAP
0 1
IO-MAP
DAT
IO-MAP
SPORT
PWR
ERR
Reset
ERR
RAD-ID
IO-MAP
SPORT
0 1
RAD-ID
PWR
DAT
•
+24 V 0 V
RSSI+ RSSIANT
RAD-2400-IFS
+24 V 0 V
RSSI+ RSSIANT
•
ERR
•
Figure 6
SATEL-LP connection station with up to
32 I/O extension modules
•
•
Only mount the I/O extension modules to the
right of the wireless module.
Removing
Assembly
A
•
C
B
•
•
•
D
Figure 7
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Connect the DIN rail connectors together for a
connection station.
Push the connected DIN rail connectors into the DIN
rail.
Place the device onto the DIN rail from above. Ensure
the device and DIN rail connector are aligned correctly.
Holding the device by the housing cover, carefully push
the device towards the mounting surface so that the
device bus connector is securely fixed onto the DIN rail
connector.
Once the snap-on foot has been audibly snapped onto
the DIN rail, check that it is fixed securely. The device is
only mechanically secured via the DIN rail.
Connect the desired number of I/O extension modules
to the wireless module via the DIN rail connector.
In order to meet the requirements for the protection
class, install the device in suitable housing.
During startup, check that the device is operating,
wired, and marked correctly.
Use a suitable screwdriver to release the locking
mechanism on the snap-on foot of the device.
Hold onto the device by the housing cover and carefully
tilt it upwards.
Carefully lift the device off the DIN rail connector and the
DIN rail.
E
Mounting and removing
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Connecting cables
P
B
W
R
T
A
D
8
E
R
8
R
A
Figure 8
•
•
•
Connecting cables
Crimp ferrules to the wires.
Permissible cable cross section: 0.2...2.5 mm².
Insert the wire with ferrule into the corresponding
connection terminal block.
Use a screwdriver to tighten the screw in the opening
above the connection terminal block.
Tightening torque: 0.6 Nm
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Process data
You can read or write the process data via the serial
interface of the master wireless module (RAD ID = 01) using
Modbus RTU commands.
With the SATEL-LP-CONF software, you can set the
wireless module's network application to “PLC/Modbus
RTU mode”.
I/O module
Module type
Number of
registers
Address space
Modbus
function code
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
60hex
SATEL-LP-DAIO6
60hex
03hex (inputs)
30xx0 ... 30xx2
03hex (outputs)
40xx0 ... 40xx2
fc04
fc 03, 16
xx = I/O MAP address set using the white thumbwheel
30xx0,
Module type and currentness of data
40xx0
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
Y Module type
Register values:
Module type
If the module type in the register is invalid
or unavailable, then the register value is 0
Currentness of Y = Currentness of data, bit 8
data If the data in the register is not up-to-date,
then the register value is 1.
If process data has been written to one of
the registers, bit 8 in 40xx0 is set to 0. The
value in register 40xx0 then remains 0 for
the entire operating time of the device.
This is the case if, for example,
the wireless connection fails.
The IN process data is retained in the
Modbus table, but is no longer updated.
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30xx1
Digital inputs
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
DI
2
Terminal point
2.x
00
DI
1
1.x
30xx2
Analog input (terminal point 3.x)
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
AI1
30xx3 ... 30xx9
Reserved
40xx1
Digital outputs
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
DO
2
Terminal point
6.x
00
DO
1
5.x
40xx2
Analog output (terminal point 4.x)
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
AO1
Terminal point
4.x
40xx3 ... 40xx9
Reserved
Illustration of analog values
Data word
0 ... 20 mA
hex
dec
0000 0
0 mA
1770 6000
4 mA
7530 30000
20 mA
7F00 32512
21.67 mA
8001 Overrange
> 21.67
8002 Open circuit 8080 Underrange < 0 mA
Satel Oy • Meriniitynkatu 17, P.O. Box 142 • FI-24101 Salo, Finland
Tel. +358 2 777 7800 • info@satel.com • www.satel.com
4 ... 20 mA
4 mA
20 mA
21.67 mA
> 21.67
<3.2 mA
-
0 ... 10 V
0 V
2 V
10 V
10.84 V
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