Analog to relay limit alarm modules

AutomationDirect's FC-series analog to relay limit alarm modules are field configurable for alarm and control applications and can be powered by 24Vac or 24Vdc and accept input signals of 0 to 15V, 0 to 30V, or 0 to 20mA.

05/03/2016


AutomationDirect's FC-series analog to relay limit alarm modules are field configurable for alarm and control applications and can be powered by 24Vac or 24Vdc and accept input signals of 0 to 15V, 0 to 30V, or 0 to 20mA. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect's FC-series analog to relay limit alarm modules are field configurable for alarm and control applications. Modules are available with two or four SPDT relay outputs, can be powered by 24Vac or 24Vdc and accept input signals of 0 to 15V, 0 to 30V, or 0 to 20mA. Configuration and trip/release point programming is accomplished with DIP Switches, and a single programming pushbutton. LED's are designed to provide indication of operating status and are used during the trip/release point programming. Modules can be 35mm DIN rail or side mounted. Also available are replacement terminal blocks in packages of 5 and 14.

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