Template:Networking rut955 manual input output characteristics

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This section provides a list Input/Output electric characteristics inherent in {{{name}}} routers.

  • Digital input (DIN1): Logic low 0 - 1.2 V; Logic high 1.8 - 3 V
  • Digital galvanically isolated input (DIN2): 0 - 30 V
  • Analog input (voltage mode): 0 – 24 V*
  • Analog input (current mode): up to 20 mA (commonly used with 4-20 mA standard sensors)
  • Digital open collector (OC) output: 30 V, 250 mA
  • SPST relay output: 24 V, 4 A
  • Digital non-isolated input (in power socket): Logic low 0 - 5 V; Logic high 8 - 40 V
  • Digital open collector (in power socket) output: 30 V, 300 mA

* The deviation from the actual input voltage and the voltage measured by the device is dependent on the input voltage value:

  • ≥ 1.5 V - the deviation is about ± 10 % and gets lower when the input voltage increases towards 5 V
  • ≥ 5 V - the deviation does not exceed ± 3 %
  • ≥ 9 V - the deviation does not exceed ± 2 %

Additional note: the deviation values specified above are applicable in temperatures of < 50 °C. Under higher temperatures the deviation values become considerably higher.