|Power supply||from DCL (24 - 36 V)|
Number of control lines:
|Maximum length of the line between an address mark and a dry-contact output device, no more than||
ÀÀÌ-1 prot.R3, at most
ÀÌ-4 prot.R3, at most
|Overall dimensions of ÀÌ-1 prot.R3 module, at most||51õ51õ24 mm|
|Weight, no more than||30 g|
|Overall dimensions of ÀÌ-4 prot.R3 module, at most||84õ125õ37 mm|
|Weight, no more than||100 g|
|Operating temperature range||from -25 to +60°Ñ|
|Average service life, at least||10 years|
Address mark helps to control failures (break, short circuit) of communication line between address mark and device under control.
By alarm loop resistance control, address mark transmits corresponding event alert (contacts closing/opening, failure) to receiving and controlling device with address specified.
Address mark power supply as well as signals transmission to receiving and controlling device is realized via dedicated communication line. Address mark AM-1 prot. R3 and AM-1 prot.R3 may be installed in DIN rail using special securing bar (not in the scope of supply; may be provided by separate order).
From a functional point of view, ÀÌ-4 prot.R3 address mark includes four separate logical units ÀÌ-1 prot.R3.
At the address mark board, there is a button used as a decapsulation sensor (to be used in guarding configuration) as well as for device addressing at receiving and controlling device.
Every loop of address mark may be connected with one or two sensors with output of dry contact type. Parallel to each annunciator, bypass resistor shall be connected. Sensors contacts may be either normally closed or normally opened. Initial configuration is required for correct identification of sensors connected.