TS500-2R-0, 2-Channel Isolating Switching Repeater, 2 Relay Outputs, 230VAC
- Inputs for switching contact, proximity switch Namur type acc. to DIN EN 60947-5-6 or opto-coupler
- Switchable line fault detection for broken and shorted lines
- Output relays SPDT contact
- Supply voltage 230VAC
- Power on LED, status / error LED
- 22.5mm case for DIN rail mounting
Isolating switch-coupler TS500 can be used for monitoring and controlling digital signals.
The inputs are suitable for switching contacts, proximity switches acc. to Namur DIN EN 60947-5-6), or passive electronic outputs of other devices.
The Operating mode between input and output can be selected by DIP switches at the front panel (open-circuit or close circuit working).
The frontside LEDs indicate the activated output.
Line fault detection:
When operating with Namur proximity switches the controlling function for broken line and shorted line can be activated by DIP switch.
In case of an error, the output changes to inactive and the LED indicators are flashing.
For connection with switching contacts external resistors are necessary.
Supply voltage: 230VAC ±10%, 47 - 63Hz
Power consumption: < 2 W
Operating temperature: -10 ... 55 °C (14 ... 131 °F)
Rated voltage : 400V AC acc. VDE0110 group 2 between input/output/supply voltage
Test voltage: 4kV DC between input/output/supply voltage
CE-conformity: EN55011, EN60555, IEC 61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11
Inputs (intrinsically safe):
No load voltage: approx. 8 V (acc. to DIN EN 60947-5-6, Namur)
Short circuit current: approx. 8 mA (acc. to DIN EN 60947-5-6, Namur)
Switching point: inactive <=1,2 mA, active >=2,1 mA, hysteresis ca. 0,5 mA
Broken line detection: <=0.1mA
Shorted line detection: >=7.5mA
Switching capacity: <250 VAC <250 VA <2 A; <100 VDC <50 W <2 A
Max. switching frequency: 5 Hz
Max. switching delay: 50 ms
Weight: approx. 200 g
Protection: case IP30, terminals IP20 finger safe acc. to German BGV
Connection: Screw terminals with presure plate, max. 2,5mm², wire
Option (upon request and surcharge):
2- channel transistor outputs instead of the relay outputs