0340001301 + 034002301

1x S0 impuls to POF/HCS fiber optic converter, IOL3400

The FO-system IOL3400 is used for the uni directional transmission of a S0 impulse output from energy meters via POF (Plastic Optical Fiber) or HCS (Hard Clad Silica) fiber optics.

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Product variants

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0340001301 + 034002301 + IOL-3400/TRX-1S0-13-POF-ST + Request quote
IOL3400, transmitter + receiver, 1x S0 IN, 1x digital relay OUT, ST, via POF fiber optic
0340001311 + 034002311 + IOL-3400/TRX-1S0-13-HCS-ST + Request quote
IOL3400, transmitter + receiver, 1x S0 IN, 1x digital relay OUT, ST, via HCS fiber optic

Description

With the fiber optic system IOL3400 the signals of one S0 pulse output can be extended by fiber optic cable (FOC). The system consists of a transmitting device IOL3400-TX and a receiving device IOL3400-RX that are connected via a simplex or duplex optical fiber connector. For transmission of the pulses only a simplex FOC is required. In this case interruptions of the light signal will be displayed only on the IOL3400-RX and signaled via its fault relay contact. By using a duplex fiber optic cable also the IOL3400-TX can show a problem of the fiber optic connection and signal it via its fault relay contact.

Specifications

FO-connector:
ST
Fiber type:
POF 980/1000µm / HCS 200/230µm
Optical budget:
12 dB
FO range:
POF 50m (180 dB/km) / HCS 200m (8 dB/km)
Wavelength:
POF 650nm / HCS 850nm
Signal input:
acc. to EN62053-31, Class A or Class B depending on IOL-3400 Power supply
Signal output:
acc. to EN62053-31
Cable length:
1m
Failure relay:
24 VDC (1A) / 60 VDC (0,3 A)
LED indication:
Power supply (green) / Data (yellow) / Status (red)
Power supply:
12–30 VDC
Power consumption:
2,5 Watts, 100 mA (24 V)
Operating temperature:
–40 °C – +70 °C (Multimode and Singlemode with ST or SC) / –20 °C – +55 °C (all others)
EMC:
EN61000-6-2 / EN55022 Class B + A1 + A2
Weight:
150 g
Dimensions:
22,5 x 93 x 82 mm
Housing:
Polyamid, black

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