EA-IF-E2

Manufacturer Part NumberEA-IF-E2
DescriptionINTERFACE ETHERNET (EA-PSI/BCI800R)
ManufacturerEA ELEKTRO-AUTOMATIK
EA-IF-E2 datasheet
 


Specifications of EA-IF-E2

SvhcNo SVHC (18-Jun-2010)Accessory TypeInterface Card
ApplicationsEngineering Laboratory And Complex Industrial ApplicationApproval BodiesCE / EN
Rohs CompliantYesFor Use WithEA Elektro-Automatik PSU
Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant  
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About the interface cards
Examples: the input DI2/Rem-SB, which is used to switch
the power output on and off (standby), can be activated with
LOW or HIGH, depending on what has been configured in
the setup.
Example 1: the input shall be pulled to GND by a relay (maker
contact) and switch the power output off. Hence you need
to configure the jumper for DI to „Default level = H“ and
use the settings
Standby = LOW
and
ON.
The output of the power supply can then be switched
by the relay.
Example : the output shall be shut off by an emergency
circuit. The jumper for DI needs to be set to „Default level
=L“ and the setting
Standby =
LOW. This example uses a
relay with a maker contact to Vcc.
There are, of course, many other possible combinations.
Digital outputs with determined functionality
The digital outputs DO1, DO4, DO5 and DO6 can not be
user-defined in their functionality, but they can invert the
logical output level.
DO1/CV
= { LOW | HIGH }
If
LOW
has been selected, the output is pulled to GND as
soon as the regulation mode of the power supply is determi-
ned by the set value of voltage (CV operation). If
been selected, the output is pulled to 1...15V.
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DO4/Mains OK
= { LOW | HIGH }
If
LOW
has been selected, the output is pulled to GND as long
as the mains voltage is present. If
the output is pulled to 1...15V.
Set output = enable
DO5/Standby
= { LOW | HIGH }
If
LOW
has been selected, the output is pulled to GND if the
power output of the device is off (standby). If
selected, the output is pulled to 1...15V.
DO6/CC
= { LOW | HIGH }
If
LOW
has been selected, the output is pulled to GND as
soons as the regulation mode of the power supply is deter-
mined by the set value of current (CC operation). If
has been selected, the output is pulled to 1...15V.
Digital outputs with user-definable functionality
The digital output DO2, DO3 and DO7 can be configured as
desired and the logical level can be inverted.
DO2
DO3
DO7
One of the following functions can be assigned to each of
the outputs:
= remote
= OT
= CP
= Alarm
= trip U
= trip I
= trip U+I
Defining the logical level when triggered/indicated:
= LOW
Default:
LOW
= HIGH
HIGH
has
Default:
LOW
HIGH
has been selected,
Default:
LOW
HIGH
Default:
LOW
Default:
OVP LOW
Default:
OT LOW
Default:
CP LOW
Indicates that the power supply is remotely-
controlled via a digital interface card.
Indicates an overtemperature error.
Indicates that the power supply regulated by
the set value of power (CP operation).
Indicates that an alarm has happened. The
output of the power supply is automatically
shut down and the alarm can be indicated by
this output.
Triggered by overstepping of the limits U>
and/or U< (see user‘s guide of PSI9000).
Triggered by overstepping of the limits I>
and/or I< (see user‘s guide of PSI9000).
Triggered by overstepping of the limits U>, U<,
I> and/or I< (see user‘s guide of PSI9000).
The output is pulled against GND as soon as
the selected function becomes active. The
logical level is inverted, if the condition is not
true.
The output is pulled against +15V by a high
resistance resistor as soon as the selected
function is active. The logical level is inverted,
if the condition is not true.
EN
has been
HIGH
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