|DC Input:||Available with 8 inputs/outputs OR 16 inputs/outputs (WAGO and other connectors available) |
NOTE: RTU build option not available on the 16 input/output version.
|DC Output:||8 Amps per outlet @ 72 VDC|
|Interfaces:||1 DB9 craft port |
1 - 10BaseT LAN port
4 Phoenix connectors (8 input/output version) OR
8 Phoenix connectors (16 input/output version)
1 4-pin WAGO connector for unit power
50-pin Amphenol connector for discretes/analogs/controls
33.6 Telco modem for backup remote access
1 RS485 expansion port for daisy-chaining additional switches
1-Wire jack (RJ11) for external temp probe
|Control Relay Commands:||On, Off and Reset (off-on)|
|Wire Gauge Supported:||Minimum - 24 |
Maximum - 12
|Web interface:||Yes; supports HTTPS via SSL encryption|
|SNMP:||v1 and v2c|
|Mounting:||19" or 23" rack mountable; 1 RU|
|Firmware Upgrade:||Upgradeable via LAN or serial|
|TTY Interface:||Yes, through from craft port, Telnet on TCP port 2002|
|Operating Temp:||32 to 140 degreen Fahrenheit (0 to 60 degrees Celcius)|
|Operating Humidity:||0 to 95% non-condensing|
|RoHS 5 Approved:||Yes|
|Family Name (for Ordering):||NetGuardian 216 with 8 or 16 switch|
|Ordering Part Number:||D-PK-216RP|
|RTU Build Only:|
|Internal Temp Sensor:||1|
There are specific specifications for this PDU, but some build options are available:
|Build Options for the Remote Power Switch DC: 8 OR 16 DC power inputs / outputs|
A 66 block is a simple way to use wire-wrap connections with DPS RTUs. When telcos really want connections to stay in place, they use wire wrap. You'll simply punch down your alarm, analog, and/or control relay wiring to the 66 block, then connect the 66 block to the RTU using a standard amphenol cable (also available from DPS).
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