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Omega UWTC/UWRTD Series Owner Manual
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UWTC/UWRTD SERIES
The Smart ConnectorTM
Wireless Thermocouple/RTD
Connector/Transmitter & Receiver
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
UWTC/UWRTD SERIES Quick Start
SECTION
PAGE
Section 1 - Introduction .............................................................................................................. 1
Section 2 - Product Labels .......................................................................................................... 2
Section 3 - Setup Instructions .................................................................................................... 3
Section 4 - Product Labels .......................................................................................................... 5
Section 5 - Transmitter Operation ............................................................................................ 6
Section 6 - Connector Operation .............................................................................................. 7
Section 7 - Battery Installation ................................................................................................... 9
Section 8 - Receiver Operation ................................................................................................ 10
Section 9 - Receiver Connections ............................................................................................ 14
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UWTC/UWRTD SERIES Quick Start
LIST OF
FIGURES
LIST OF FIGURES
Section
Description
Page
Section 1
Introduction ..................................................................................................1
Precautions .................................................................................................. 1
Safety Warnings and IEC Symbols ........................................................ 1
Section 2
Product Labeling .............................................................................................. 2
Section 3
Setup Instructions ......................................................................................
UWTC/UWRTD Setup Procedure ..........................................................
1. Install Software .......................................................................................
2. Install USB Drivers ................................................................................
3. Configure Transmitter ..........................................................................
4. Configure Receiver ................................................................................
Section 4
Software
Section 5
Transmitter/Connector Operation ......................................................... 6
Section 6
Connector Operation ................................................................................ 7
Section 7
Battery Installation ...................................................................................... 9
Battery Installation or Replacement ....................................................... 9
Battery Replacement ................................................................................. 9
Section 8
Receiver Operation .................................................................................. 10
Section 9
Receiver Connections .............................................................................. 14
3
3
3
3
3
4
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1
Introduction
Section 1 - Introduction
Please read this manual completely before installing and operating your
wireless connector/transmitter and receiver system. It’s important to read and
follow all notes, cautions, warnings and safety precautions before operating
this device. “Device” refers to your connector/transmitter or receiver unit.
Precautions
• This device is not designed for use in any medical or nuclear applications.
• Do not operate this device in flammable or explosive environments.
• Never operate with a power source other than the one recommended in this
manual or listed on product labels.
• This device has been designed for dry, moisture free indoor applications
only.
• Do not operate this device outside of the recommended use outlined in this
manual.
• No co-location with other radio transmitters is allowed. By definition,
co-location is when another radio device or it’s antenna is located within
20 cm of your connector/transmitter and can transmit simultaneously
with your UWTC unit.
• Never install UWTC connector/transmitters within 20 cm or less from each
other.
• Never install and/or operate your UWTC connector/transmitter closer than
20 cm to nearby persons.
• Never use your UWTC connector/transmitter as a portable device. Your unit
has been designed to be operated in a permanent installation only.
NOTE:
There are no user serviceable parts inside your device. Attempting to repair or
service your unit may void your warranty:
Safety Warnings and IEC Symbols
This device is marked with international safety and hazard symbols
in accordance with IEC standards. It is important to read and follow
all precautions and instructions in this manual before operating or
commissioning this device as it contains important information relating to
safety and EMC. Failure to follow all safety precautions may result in injury
and or damage to your device. Use of this device in a manner not specified will
void your warranty
IEC symbols Description
Caution, refer to accompanying documentation
EU’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Compliance
1
2
Product Labels
Section 2 - Product Labeling
Connector Front Labels
PRESS
SETUP
PRESS
SETUP
®
TX
®
TX
PRESS
PRESS
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
LOW BATT
UWRTD
UWTC
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS RTD CONNECTOR
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTOR
Connector Front Label,
UWRTD-1, UWRTD-2,
Connector Front Label,
UWTC-1, UWTC-2,
Colors:
Blue = PMS 293 100%
Dark Gray = PMS 430 100%
FCC ID: OUR–XBEEPRO
#4214A–XBEEPRO
Light GrayIC
= PMS
428 100%
WIRELESS
INDUSTRIAL TRANSMITTER
MADE IN U.S.A.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference; 2) This device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
omega.com
LOW BATT
PATENTS & PATENTS PENDING
F
®
2.4 GHz
!
!
FCC ID: OUR–XBEEPRO
IC #4214A–XBEEPRO
Connector Rear Label
(UWTC-1, UWTC-2, UWRTD-1, UWRTD-2)
This device complies
with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Aika Mallya
Operation is subject
X7898to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference
12/22/11 that may cause undesired
operation.
L-1660UWTCRecLabel.eps
omega.com
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Made in U.S.A.
Stamford, CT 06907
Transmitter Front Label (NEMA)
TRANSPARENT
UWTC-1, UWTC-2, UWRTD-1,
UWRTD-2
LED WINDOW
Receiver Front Labels
4 PLACES
USB
TX
RX
SB
PWR
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER
PROCESS TEMPERATURE
TX
RX
SB
PWR
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
USB
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS RF RECEIVER
2.4 GHz
®
FCC ID: OUR–XBEEPRO
IC #4214A–XBEEPRO
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
2.4 GHz
®
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Stamford, CT 06907
omega.com Made in USA
I/O
12–16 Vdc
+
-
Receiver Front Label
UWTC-REC2-D
!
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Stamford, CT 06907
I/O
omega.com
9–24 Vdc
+
-
Receiver Front Label
UWTC-REC1
Colors:
Blue = PMS 293 100%
Dark Gray = PMS 430 100%
Light Gray = PMS 428 100%
Black 100%
White
2
3
Setup Instructions
Section 3 – Setup Instructions
UWTC/UWRTD Setup Procedure:
It is important that you read this manual completely and follow all safety
precautions before operating this instrument.
1. Install Software
a. Download and install the free software that's available for your UWTC
Series receiver. Your system should begin the installation process
automatically. The installer will guide you through the steps required to
install TC Central on your computer
2. Install USB Drivers
To install the USB software drivers that are required for your UWTC system
components to operate correctly follow these procedures.
a. Download the TC-Central User Software on your PC.
b. Connect your UWTC receiver to your computer with the USB cable
provided in the box with your device. You should get a notice box that
indicates that your computer “Has Found New Hardware”.
c. Your computer will then launch the Found New Hardware Wizard. Follow
the instructions indicated on the Wizard boxes.
d. After completing the Found New Hardware Wizard, your system will ask
that you repeat this process. This is normal. You should repeat the steps
outlined here twice. After the second driver is installed you should then get
the “New Hardware Ready For Use” notice.
3. Configure Transmitter
Complete the following steps to configure your connector/transmitter:
a. Connect the USB cable to your connector/transmitter unit and also to an
available USB port on your computer.
b. Enter the “SETUP” mode
Press and hold the “ON/OFF” button. While the “ON/OFF” button is being
held, press the “SETUP” button one time and then release the “ON/OFF”
button. The green (TX) indicator on the front of your device should be
blinking at a steady rate. This indicates your connector/transmitter is ready
to run the configuration utility software.
c. Launch Setup Utility Program
To launch the UWTC connector/transmitter setup utility program on your
PC begin by accessing the “Programs” list under your “Start Menu”. Scroll
through the list of to find the “TC-Central” folder, then select the UWTC
Configuration Program
d. Program your settings into the connector/transmitter.
After starting the setup utility program the “Configuration Wizard”
will open. Click next to proceed to continue setting up your connector/
transmitter. Each screen will provide instruction details on how to proceed.
3
Setup Instructions
3
e. Exit the "SETUP" mode
Once you have successfully programmed your connector/transmitter you
can disconnect the USB cable and press "SETUP" button on the device once
to exit the "SETUP" mode.
4. Configure Receiver
UWTC-REC3 Users: Refer to Manual M4620 for configuration of this UWTC
receiver.
For other receivers, complete the following procedure. Your UWTC-REC
receiver must be connected to a USB port on your PC.
a. Launch the UWTC-REC setup utility program on your PC. You can access it
through the “Programs” list under your “Start Menu”. Scroll through the list
to find the “UWTC Configuration” folder, and then select the UWTC-REC
program.
b. After starting the setup utility program, a configuration wizard will appear
and guide you through steps to configure your UWTC-REC receiver.
4
4
Software
Section 4 – Software
1
2
5
6
7
3
4
Channel Display Box Screen
① Thermocouple Type This box indicates the type of thermocouple sensor
that your connector/-transmitter has been programmed to operate with. As a
default the thermocouple color codes have been set to the ANSI color codes.
You can change these to IEC color codes, see section 3.5.2
② Reference This location will display the reference name you typed into the
“Description” field when this box was configured. This can be changed at any
time.
③ Address The number displayed here is the address number you specified
when this display box was configured. This number must match the
corresponding Connector/Transmitter that has the same number specified or
your system will not receive the correct data readings.
④ Process This is the actual process temperature reading that is being
measured by your thermocouple or RTD sensor.
⑤ Ambient This is the actual ambient temperature connector inside the body
of your Connector/Transmitter. If the unit is exposed to temperatures outside
the limits specified in this manual the reading will begin to blink and the
digits will turn red to provide a visual warning.
⑥ Options The Options button provides quick access to the channel
configuration menu.
⑦ RX The “RX” indicator box will display a green light that blinks each time
the receiver acquires data from the corresponding connector transmitter.
⑧ Signal This percentage bar graph indicates the radio signal strength being
received by the receiver. This should be used as guidance when installing your
system to help determine the best location and positioning of your equipment.
⑨ Battery This percentage bar graph indicates the amount of remaining
usable available power the battery installed in the Connector/Transmitter has
left to operate normally.
5
Transmitter Operation
5
Section 5 – Transmitter/Connector Operation
2
6
8
7
3
PRESS
SETUP
®
TX
PRESS
ON/OFF
LOW BATT
UWTC
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTOR
5
4
1
Thermocouple Connector (UWTC-1, UWTC-2)
2
6
7
3
8
PRESS
SETUP
®
TX
PRESS
ON/OFF
LOW BATT
UWRTD
5
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS RTD CONNECTOR
1
4
1 4
RTD WIRING DETAIL
2
3
RTD Connector (UWRTD-1, UWRTD-2)
(1) “ON/OFF” Button
(2) “SETUP” Button
(3) Transmit Indicator
(4) Low Battery Indicator
(5) USB Port
(6) Sensor Input
(7) Antenna
(8) Battery Compartment
6
6
Connector Operation
Section 6 – Connector Operation
Industrial Probe (Thermocouple Versions)
UWTC-NB9, UWTC-NB9-NEMA, UWTC-2-NEMA
3
4
6
+
5
+ TC INPUT
NOT USED
– TC INPUT
-
2
1
Thermocouple Version
Industrial Probe (RTD Versions)
UWRTD-NB9, UWRTD-NB9-NEMA, UWRTD-2-NEMA
3
RTD WIRING DETAIL
4
6
5
1
RTD Version
(1) “SETUP” Button
(2) “ON/OFF” Button
(3) Transmit Indicator
(4) Battery Indicator
(5) USB Port
(6) Sensor Input
7
2
Connector Operation
SETUP
BUTTON
6
PRESS
SETUP
TX
ON/OFF
BUTTON
®
PRESS
ON/OFF
LOW BATT
UWTC
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTOR
Setup Mode
Button Operation
(1.) “PRESS ON/OFF”
The “PRESS ON/OFF” button on the front of your connector/transmitter is
used to turn your unit “ON” or “OFF”
(2.) “PRESS SETUP”
The “PRESS SETUP” button on the front of your connector/transmitter is only
used during the setup and configuration of your unit. See Section 4.1.2 for
more information.
Indicator Lights
(1) Transmit (TX) Green Indicator Light
The green indicator light marked “TX” on the front of the connector/
transmitter will blink every time the unit sends data to the receiving unit.
Example; If you selected a 5 sec sample rate the green TX led will blink one
time every 5 seconds.
(2) Low Battery (Low Batt) Red Indicator Light
The red indicator light marked “Low Batt” on the front of the connector/
transmitter will turn on when the battery reaches a level at or below the power
level required for normal operation. When this indicator turns on it’s time
to install a fresh battery in your unit. For procedures on how to change your
battery see Section 4.5. For information on battery life see Section 6.11.
PRESS
SETUP
1
TX
®
PRESS
ON/OFF
2
LOW BATT
UWTC
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTOR
Transmit and Low Battery Lights
2
PRESS
1
SETUP
TX
®
PRESS
ON/OFF
LOW BATT
UWTC
UNIVERSAL WIRELESS THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTOR
Connector/Transmitter Operation
8
7
Battery Installation
Section 7 - Battery Installation
Battery Installation or Replacement
UWTC-1, UWTC-2, UWRTD-1, UWRTD-2
To install or replace the battery in your Connector/
Transmitter you must first remove the two screws located on the back side of
your device. This will allow you to access the battery compartment.
BATTERY
+
–
Battery Replacement UWTC-1, UWTC-2, UWRTD-1, UWRTD-2
Battery Replacement
Your NB9 is equipped with a “C” size lithium power cell assembly. Omega
Part Number: UWTC-BATT-NB. To install replacement battery assembly
follow steps outlined here.
A. Remove the two screws that secure
the main circuit board from the
probe head assembly.
MOUNTING SCREWS
CIRCUIT BOARD
B. Tilt the front of the circuit board
just high enough to allow you to
unplug the connector that attaches
the battery assembly to the bottom
of the circuit board.
BOARD
CONNECTOR
ASSEMBLY
CONNECTOR
C. Remove the old power cell.
BATTERY
ASSEMBLY
D. Install your new battery assembly
into the housing in the same
position as the old battery was
located.
ENCLOSURE
E. Connect the battery assembly
connector to the mating connector
on the bottom of the circuit board.
F. I nstall the circuit board back into
the housing and secure with the
two screws you removed in step
one.
G. Installation complete 9
Battery Replacement
Receiver Operation
8
Section 8 - Receiver Operation
UWTC-REC1
(1) Antenna
(2) USB Port (mini-B)
(3) Indicator Lights
2
1
3
USB
ANTENNA
TX
RX
SB
PWR
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS RF RECEIVER
®
2.4 GHz
FCC ID: OUR–XBEEPRO
IC #4214A–XBEEPRO
F
!
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. omega.com
Made in U.S.A.
Stamford, CT 06907
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC1
2
1
3
USB
ANTENNA
UWTC-REC2
(1) Antenna
(2) USB Port (mini-B)
(3) Indicator Lights
(5) Output/Alarm Connection
Pin#1 - Analog Output (+)
Pin#2 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#3 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#4 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#5 - Alarm Ground
Pin#6 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#7 - Alarm Power (0 to 24 Vdc)
Pin#8 - Alarm Output (Open
Drain
to Pin#8, 10K pull-up to Pin#7,
200 mA Max)
Pin#9 - Analog Output (–)
(6) Power LED
(7) DC Power Jack (12 to 16 Vdc @
300 mA)
TX
RX
SB
PWR
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER
2.4 GHz
®
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Stamford, CT 06907
omega.com Made in USA
12–16 Vdc
+
-
I/O
UWTC-RPT1 SIDE VIEW
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
4
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC2
5
9
5
6
10
8
Receiver Operation
Section 8 - Receiver Operation Cont.
2
1
3
USB
ANTENNA
UWTC-REC2-D
(1) Antenna
(2) USB Port (mini-B)
(3) Indicator Lights
(4) LCD Display
(5) Output/Alarm Connection
Pin#1 - Analog Output (+)
Pin#2 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#3 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#4 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#5 - Alarm Ground
Pin#6 - No Connection (Reserved)
Pin#7 - Alarm Power (0 to 24 Vdc)
Pin#8 - Alarm Output (Open
Drain
to Pin#8, 10K pull-up to Pin#7,
200 mA Max)
Pin#9 - Analog Output (–)
(6) Power LED
(7) DC Power Jack (12 to 16 Vdc @
300 mA)
TX
RX
SB
PWR
4
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER
PROCESS TEMPERATURE
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
2.4 GHz
®
UWTC-REC2-D SIDE VIEW
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Stamford, CT 06907
omega.com Made in USA
12–16 Vdc
+
-
I/O
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
6
5
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC2-D
1
UWTC-REC3
(1) Antenna
(2) Indicator Lights
(3) Power LED
(4) DC Power Jack
(5) Reset
(6) Ethernet Connection (RJ45)
2
3
POWER
TRANSMIT
OMEGA
R
UWTC SERIES 2.4 GHz
Omega Engineering Inc.
Stamford, CT 06907
omega.com Made in USA
2
UWTC-REC3 SIDE VIEW
DIAGNOSTICS
NETWORK LINK
ACTIVITY
11
4
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC3
5
6
7
Receiver Operation
8
Section 8 - Receiver Operation Cont.
1
2
ANTENNA
UWTC-REC1-NEMA
(1) Antenna
(2)USB NEMA 4X Connector
Sealing Cap
UWTC SERIES
WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER
3
TX
RX
SB
PWR
USB
(3)USB NEMA 4X
Connector Cable
2.4 GHz
®
4
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Stamford, CT 06907
(4) Indicator Lights
!
FCC ID: OUR–XBEEPRO
IC #4214A–XBEEPRO
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Made in USA
®
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC1-NEMA, UWTC-REC1-915-NEMA
UWTC-REC2--D-TC-NEMA
(1) Antenna
(2) USB NEMA 4X Connector Sealing Cap
(3) USB NEMA 4X Connector Cable
(4) Indicator Lights
(5) 8 Pin Analog I/O
Waterproof Cable
Cable Configuration:
Yellow Wire: Alarm Output
Blue Wire: Digital Ground
Orange Wire: Alarm Power
(6) Thermocouple Cable
Cable Configuration:
Yellow Wire: Thermocouple Output (+)
Red Wire: Thermocouple Output (-)
(7) 12 Vdc Power Adaptor
1
7
6
4
3
2
5
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC2-D-TC-NEMA
12
8
Receiver Operation
Section 8 - Receiver Operation Cont.
UWTC-REC2-D-*-NEMA
(1) Antenna
(2) USB NEMA 4X Connector Sealing
Cap
(3) USB NEMA 4X Connector Cable
(4) Indicator Lights
(5) 8 Pin Analog I/O
Waterproof Cable
*: V1, V2, MA Units.
Cable Configuration:
Green Wire: Analog Output (–)
White Wire: Analog Output (+)
Orange Wire: Alarm Power
Yellow Wire: Alarm Output
Blue Wire: Digital Ground
(6) 12 Vdc Power Apaptor
1
6
4
3
5
2
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC2-D-*-NEMA
Indicator Lights
(1) Transmit (TX) Green Indicator Light
The top green indicator light marked “TX” on the front of the receiver will
only blink when the receiver is connected to your PC and you initialize your
measurement software. After the receiver establishes communication with the
program the light will no longer blink. Note: this may happen very fast and
will not be noticeable.
(2) Receive (RX) Red Indicator Light
The red indicator light marked “RX” on the front of the receiver will blink
each time the receiver receives incoming data from one of your connector
transmitters.
(3) Standby (SB) Yellow Indicator Light
The yellow indicator light marked “SB” on the front
of the receiver will blink continuously during normal
operation. This indicates that the receiver is in the
“Standby” mode and is waiting for incoming data from
your connector/transmitter.
1
2
3
TX
RX
SB
PWR
4
(4) Power (PWR) Green Indicator Light
Indicator Lights
13
Receiver Connections
9
Section 9 - Receiver Connections
ANALOG OUTPUTS
10
ANTENNA
JACK
ANALOG
OUTPUT
CONNECTOR
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
POWER LED
1
POWER/ALARM
CONNECTOR
POWER / ALARMS
1
USB
2
3
4
5
PWR
STATUS LED
RX
RX
STATUS
STATUS
8
RECIEVE LED
Receiver Operation - UWTC-REC4
PWR
7
8
10
9
8
8
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
RX
7
STATUS
8
ALARM - 1 OUTPUT
1
ALARM - 2 OUTPUT
2
ALARM - 3 OUTPUT
3
ALARM - 4 OUTPUT
4
ALARM RETURN (GND)
5
ALARM POWER (PWR)
Alarm Output Connections
– POWER SUPPLY
ANALOG OUTPUT - 4 (–)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 4 (+)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 3 (–)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 3 (+)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 2 (–)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 2 (+)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 1 (–)
ANALOG OUTPUT - 1 (+)
7
7
1
12-24 Vdc
@ 250 mA
+ POWER SUPPLY
Power Supply Connection
10
9
PWR
6
PWR
6
RX
7
STATUS
8
Analog Output Connections
14
9
Receiver Connection
Section 9 - Receiver Connection Cont.
4-20 mA ANALOG OUTPUT
INTO PLC OR DATA LOGGER
0-5 Vdc ANALOG OUTPUT
INTO PLC OR DATA LOGGER
–
+
10
9
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
+
PWR
RX
–
RX
STATUS
8
24 Vdc
POWER SUPPLY
7
8
STATUS
Voltage Output Example
10
10
9
9
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
1N4004*
2
1N4004*
2
1
1
–
1
2
3
STATUS
1
ALARM
RELAY
200 mA MAX
2
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
8
+
+
ALARM
RELAY
200 mA MAX
–
–
+
+
PWR
–
RX
12-24 Vdc
POWER
SUPPLY
Alarm Example, System Powered
STATUS
6
7
8
0-24 Vdc
POWER
SUPPLY
+
–
12-24 Vdc
POWER
SUPPLY
Alarm Example, External Power Supply
*Required for magnetic relays. Not required for solid state relays.
15
12 - 24 Vdc
FROM HOST
INSTRUMENT
6
4-20 mA Output Example
RX
–
+
2
7
PWR
+
1
6
PWR
–
10
9
Receiver Connection
9
Section 9 - Receiver Connection Cont.
J4
5
1N4004*
9
–
4
–
8
3
+
0-24 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
ALARM
RELAY
300 mA MAX
7
2
+
6
1
*DIODE REQUIRED FOR MAGNETIC RELAYS.
NOT REQIRED FOR FOR SOLID STATE RELAYS,
OR MAGNETIC RELAYS WITH INTERNAL DIODE.
DRIVING A RELAY OR LOW IMPEDANCE INPUT (OPEN DRAIN)
–
J4
+
0-24 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
5
COMMON
(GROUND)
9
4
8
3
HIGH
IMPEDANCE
LOGIC INPUT
7
2
6
1
DRIVING A HIGH IMPEDANCE INPUT (PULL HIGH/DRIVE LOW)
J4
5
COMMON
(GROUND)
9
4
8
3
INPUT WITH
INTERNAL
PULL-UP
7
2
6
1
DRIVING TTL OR INPUT WITH INTERNAL PULL-UP (OPEN DRAIN)
UWTC-REC2 or UWTC-REC2-D, Alarm Example
16
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