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High power relay output modules

27 July 2005 Computer/Embedded Technology

Advantech has released two high power relay output modules for its ADAM-4000 and ADAM-5000 series acquisition and control modules. The new ADAM-4069 and ADAM-5069 are designed for on/off control in high-voltage applications. Both have eight output channels for 240 V a.c., 5 A ratings.

The major feature of ADAM-4069 and ADAM-5069 is the power relay rating at 240 V a.c. and 5 A. This range can satisfy most requirements for driving externally-controlled devices such as lights, fans, alarm systems, and various electronic devices in industrial automation, security, building and home automation applications. In addition to its power relay output design, ADAM-4069 also supports the Modbus/RTU protocol and ADAM ASCII commands.

ADAM-5069 provides a jumper setting for output values. This jumper can be set to clear or keep output values when reset. By keeping the last output value, the risk of uncontrolled output signals after accidental power shutdowns is eliminated. Eight LED indicators indicate the module's status.



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