|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Pulse Transmission Output||Yes|
|Display Type||LED Based|
|Number of Inputs||32|
Chiller Display unit
The typical connection between the pGD terminal and the pCO is made using a 6-wire telephone cable supplied by Carel (code S90CONN00*). To make the connection simply plug the cable into the 6-pin connector on the pCO (J10 for pCO3 and pCO1, J5 for pCOXS, J19 pCOC), so that it clicks into place. To remove the connector, lightly press the plastic tab and pull out the cable. The telephone connector provides both the data link and the power supply to the terminal, and is the simplest connection method; in more complex configurations, where more than one terminal is connected to the pCO or to cover lengths in excess of 50 m, a twistedpair cable with shield is required.
When developing a pLAN network of pCO controllers and terminals, always remember that a pCO can only supply power to one pGD0/1 or old pCOT/I terminal. If it is necessary to manage more than one terminal or the pGD2/3 versions, an independent power supply is required (see the diagrams in chap. 5). The DC voltage at Vterm (J24 for pCO3 , J9 for pCO1 ) can supply an ARIA or PLD terminal with a maximum power input of 2 W. The pCO can operate perfectly without the terminal connected.
- Item Code: PCODISPLAY
- Production Capacity: 96
- Delivery Time: 15 days
- Packaging Details: Standard