Presentation on theme: "Field Proven Performance – Industrial Grade Support Training: DD(AA)1000 & PLR580D(A) Wireless I/O Extenders."— Presentation transcript:
Field Proven Performance – Industrial Grade Support Training: DD(AA)1000 & PLR580D(A) Wireless I/O Extenders
2 PLR5000 radio based products PLR580D – discrete only PLR580DA – discrete & analog SRM radio based products DD1000/SRM – discrete only DDAA1000/SRM – discrete & analog Products NOTE: Master and Remote are different products
4 Inputs Self-sensing, no external power required G – shared common Outputs Open collector transistor, requires 12 or 24VDC power G – shared common (emitters) On RF signal loss Master outputs hold last value Remote outputs return to OFF state Discrete I/O
7 Inputs Do not provide loop power Single ended, G terminal shared by all inputs Outputs Provide power Single ended, G terminal shared by all outputs On RF signal loss Master outputs return to 4ma Remote outputs hold last value Analog I/O
11 Both RF and I/O modules must be configured RF Module Can use all radio features (P2P, P2MP, repeaters...) Configured using HyperTerminal I/O module configured using EEPROM software Defines number of remotes in master Assigns the remote number (address) Sets I/O module baud rate (must match to radio baud rate) Maps (assigns) analog points for each remote NOTE: REMOVE I/O TERMINAL STRIPS OR I/O POWER BEFORE CONFIGURING I/O Extender Configuration
15 INDICATORDESCRIPTION CDCarrier Detect P2P Networks – Solid ON P2MP Networks Remotes – Solid ON Master – Flashing when receiving data from remote(s) TXFlashing as RF data is being received RXFlashing as RF data is being sent STATUS(indicator on master unit only) OFF – Normal operation FLASHING or ON – Failed communications POWERON – Unit power applied (does not indicate I/O power) Indicator Lights
16 Always remove I/O power when configuring or reseting the units. This is not required for new version products with configuration switches. It is possible during power brownout conditions that the I/O module gets lost and must be reset by cycling the power (remove I/O power too). New version products with configuration switches correct this. Early model I/O extenders cannot be field configured. ERRATA
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