ESC200 New domotic power interface board

ESC-200

Everything is under control

ORDER CODE:

CE ESC200 MOD
CE ESC200 BLIND
CE ESC200 UL

TYPICAL USE:
esc200


esc200 typical uses

  • Power supply:
    24 VDC (Voltage range 20÷30 VDC)
  • Current consumption (by electronic board):
    60 mA
  • Type of Loads controlled: 
    Resistive (AC-1); Inductive (AC-7a.)
  • Hardware configuration for Modbus and DMX512:
    RS 485 (optoisolated)
  • Internal Relay RINA approved
    • Max output power (per each channel):
      140W @24 VDC or 900W @230 VAC for Resistive Load; 500W @230 VAC for Inductive Load
    • N° 6 of output channel
    • N° 6 of input control channel.
      (Normally Open type) for local control
    • Protocol (external network/monitoring):
      – Modbus RTU
      – DMX512 on request
      – Up to 128 ESC200 can be controlled
    • Channel protection:
      fast fuse (6,3×30 glass, 6A included).
      Size fuses according load properties.
    • Protection level: IP 20
    • Mounting: DIN; wall.
    • Dimensions WxHxD (mm)/DIN modules: 168x98x60 / 9 DIN

    CONFIGURATIONS:
    some typical configurations for ESC200

    FEATURES

    • Operating switching mode:
      Monostable mode
      Bistable mode
    • Single Pushbutton Increasing Power:
      by a single pushbutton is possible to control
      up to 4 output at the same time
    • Timer scale function (on request):
      keeps the light on for a defined time, per each channel
    • Terminals:
      removable; multicore fixing wires up to 2,5 mm2 (12 AWG)
      Self-restoring fuse
    • Status LED:
      testify proper functioning of the serial communication
    • Operating channel LED:
      each channel is equipped with a LED that indicates if the channel relays is turned On
    • Compliance rules:
      CEI EN 60945 Ed.4
    • Material (case):
      v-0; (according UL-94, on request)

    OPTIONAL

    • LED status signal:
      each channel can drive LEDs up
      to 50 mA of current consumption
    DOCUMENTS
    ESC200
    Full datasheet


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