Modicon

Terminal Block I/O Modules
Hardware Reference Guide
890 USE 104 00 Version 2.0

Modicon
Terminal Block I/O Modules
Hardware Reference Guide
890 USE 104 00

Version 2.0

February 1996

AEG Schneider Automation, Inc.
One High Street
North Andover, MA 01845

Preface 
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. . . . . . . . . .vi 170 BDI 342 00 Modbus Plus TIO 24 VDC 16 Input Module . . . . . . . . . . . . 19                                                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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37                                                    . . . . . 230 VAC 16 Output Module . . .. . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                                                        170 BDO 542 50 Modbus Plus TIO 24 .. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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...viii 170 BDM 346 30 InterBus–S TIO 24 VDC 8 Input / 24 . . . 69                                                    . . 230 VAC/DC 8 Relay Output Module .

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6 m/s2) @ 55 Hz Dielectric Strength Conforms to IEC 664 (VDE 0160 5/88) Modicon Terminal Block I/O Modules 890 USE 104 00 .. without condensation: SO2 v 0. 55 Hz 2 g (19... IEC 536: Class 1 Safety Type IEC 529: IP20 Temperature Range (Operating) EN 60721: 0 ..5 ml/m3 IEC 68–2–42 H2S t 0.                              8 Environmental Characteristic Specification Safety Class VDE 0106. 60 _C Temperature Range (Storage) EN 60721: –40 .15 mm single amplitude @ 10 ... +85 _C Relative Humidity EN 60721 Class F: 95% for 30 days per year 85% for remaining days per year 75% average per year without condensation Atmospheric Pressure (Operating/Storage) 700 hPa (700 mbar) Atmospheric Pressure (Transport) 230 hPa (230 mbar) Pollutants Maximum @ 60% relative humidity.1 ml/m3 IEC 68–2–43 Shock Load EN 60068–2–27: 15 g (147 m/s2) for 11 ms 3 shocks each direction per axis Vibration Load EN 60068–2–6: 0.

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1 Applicable Modules !  #  ! & " #!  " #! .1.2.1 Setting the Modbus Plus Node Address 2.

2 Setting the Modbus Plus Node Address #!   " &( !" %"  "%    !!   '  # #!" !!  # "! "  !!  &# "  &#  " % " !!  !!  " #  "   %" " !"" "" &# #! .1.#! "%   &#   !"  #  " "  " #!( "%  "!  " ! " & 2.

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           publication 840 USE 104 00. 10 Installing TIO Modules 890 USE 104 00 . Please read the recommendations on the next page to ensure optimal performance for your application.

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60 Clearances shown are the minimum required for proper air circulation. 890 USE 104 00 . Mounting on a Panel min.5 93 ca. 125 30 18 141. 12 Installing TIO Modules The spring terminal on the module’s rear panel makes the grounding contact to the DIN rail.  Dimensions (mm) min. 60 125 min. 62 107 Mounting on a DIN Rail 4 x 25 mm The two mounting screws make the module’s grounding contact to the panel.

2 Rows 170 XTS 003 00 Spring.1 Availability of Connectors and Bus Bars  &! #!"  $" !" ! % " !#' ! #   $" ' ! # "  &# # $" #!"  $" !" ! %  $!#" &# " ! #!" ! "!& #!" !# $!" ! "& & Selecting Connectors Connector with spring terminals Selecting Bus Bars Connector with screw terminals Bus bar with spring terminals Bus bar with screw terminals One connector is required for each row of terminals that you will connect to your module’s operating voltages and field devices.2 170 XTS 001 00 Screw (Kit of 3) 170 XTS 006 00 Screw. Part Numbers (each part number supplies 3 connectors): Part Numbers (each part number supplies 1 bus bar): 170 XTS 002 00 Spring (Kit of 3) 170 XTS 007 00 Spring. 1 Row 170 XTS 008 00 Spring.. 2 Rows 170 XTS 004 00 Screw. Connectors are available with spring or screw terminals. 3 rows with spring or screw terminals. The bus bar at module row 4 provides a common connection for field devices. 3 Rows 2.3.3 Selecting Connectors and Bus Bars 2. 3 Rows Spring Terminals  #!"  $" !" &# " ! #!"  #!  #"  ! #& &!"  $ #  .2.3.. 1 Row 170 XTS 005 00 Screw. Its terminals are connected internally. Bus bars are available in 1 . There is no connection to the module.

3 Bus Bar (Spring Terminals) Screw Terminals  #!"  $" !" &# "!& #!"  #!  #"  ! #& &!"  $ #  .    ! #!" ! # ! $" &# " &!" Connector (Spring Terminals) 2.3.

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Insert connectors by pressing them into the module (1).4 Inserting Coding Keys Into Connectors  "     "     $   " $   %            !     "          !           " $        $             $                      $ $      $   $    $          "    $        $    Inserting Coding Keys into the Connectors Inserting or Removing Connectors Coding keys can be inserted into the module and connector slots. Handle connectors only when power is not present. Example The use of coding keys ensures that each connector can be inserted only into its correct module and slot. . Remove connectors by pressing the two end tabs (2). See your system administrator for coding details.2.

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2 mA Front View Modbus Plus address switches Modbus Plus connector Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDI 342 00 19 . in 1 group 24 V dc 4.170 BDI 342 00 Modbus Plus TIO 24 VDC 16 Input Module Module Type Nominal Input Voltage Nominal Input Current. each point 16 discrete input points.

18 (UB1) are connected together within the module. UB1 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 16 17 18 Connection I1 .. 16 M Voltage return UB Module operating voltage 2 3 4 18 17 18 UB1 M PE Row 3: Terminals 1 . 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. 20 15 16 1 1 170 BDI 342 00 Voltage for field devices Voltage return Earth ground for field devices . External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow... Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 M UB 6 UB1 UB1 UB1 2 2 M M 3 3 PE PE 4 0V 24 VDC 4 IN + – PE Common Connections Labeling of Terminals Row 2: Terminals 1 . The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow... 18 (M) are connected together within the module.... There is no connection to the module. I16 Input points 1 .. Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .. Terminals 1 ...

. then off for 1.7 s The node is not detecting any tokens being passed among the other nodes. the node attempts to go to its normal operating state. Check the UB1 source.4 s The node has detected a valid message from a node using a network address identical to its own address. but never receives the token. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. UB(1) 1 . Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. green Input 1 . 16 is active (input voltage high level). 1 flash/s The node is offline just after power-up or after exiting the 4 flashes/s mode... If the duplicate address is not detected for 5 s. 6 flashes/s This is the normal operating state for the node.LED Indicators LED Indicators MB+ ready UB (1) LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. It is receiving and passing the network token. then off for 1. the node monitors the network and builds a table of active nodes.. Check the UB voltage source. 4 flashes. 3 flashes. 16 is not active (input voltage low level). off The module is not ready. off Input 1 . After being in this state for 5 s. off The Modbus Plus network is not active. 2 flashes. off UB1 voltage is not present. The node remains in this state for as long as it continues to detect the duplicate address. In this state. green UB1 voltage is present. indicated by 6 flashes/s... All nodes on a healthy network flash this pattern. 16 MB+ 170 BDI 342 00 21 . It periodically claims the token but cannot find another node to which to pass it. then off for 2 s The node detects the token being passed among the other nodes. the node changes to its 1 flash/s mode.

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each point 16 discrete output points.170 BDO 342 00 Modbus Plus TIO 24 VDC 16 Output Module Module Type Nominal Output Voltage Maximum Output Current.5 A Front View Modbus Plus address switches Modbus Plus connector Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDO 342 00 23 . in 1 group 24 V dc 0.

Terminals 1 . Row 2 2 2 Terminal 1 ..... 24 6 2 2 170 BDO 342 00 Voltage return Earth ground for field devices . US supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 16 US Voltage for field devices UB Module operating voltage 3 4 18 18 M PE Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.. The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 8 A fast blow.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices (Not Used) 1 16 US UB 1 (Not Used) 1 M 15 16 M M 3 3 PE PE 4 0V 24 VDC 24 VDC 4 OUT – PE Common Connections Labeling of Terminals Row 3: Terminals 1 .. External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. O16 Output points 1 . 16 17 18 Connection O1 . 18 (M) are connected together within the module. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.. There is no connection to the moudle....

off The Modbus Plus network is not active. 6 flashes/s This is the normal operating state for the node. 2 flashes. 16 is operating normally. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. 1 flash/s The node is offline just after power-up or after exiting the 4 flashes/s mode.. green Output 1 .. off Output 1 . but never receives the token. then off for 1. Check the UB voltage source. It periodically claims the token but cannot find another node to which to pass it. 16 lower row MB+ 170 BDO 342 00 25 ... off Output 1 .. Us 1 . If the duplicate address is not detected for 5 s.. the node monitors the network and builds a table of active nodes.. the node changes to its 1 flash/s mode. the node attempts to go to its normal operating state. Check the US source. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. 16 is active (output voltage high level). green US voltage is present. 16 upper row 1 . The node remains in this state for as long as it continues to detect the duplicate address. After being in this state for 5 s. 16 has an error condition (overload or short circuit). indicated by 6 flashes/s...4 s The node has detected a valid message from a node using a network address identical to its own address.. It is receiving and passing the network token.. 3 flashes. 16 is not active (output voltage low level). off US voltage is not present.7 s The node is not detecting any tokens being passed among the other nodes.. then off for 2 s The node detects the token being passed among the other nodes. off The module is not ready.LED Indicators LED Indicators MB+ ready Us LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. All nodes on a healthy network flash this pattern. red Output 1 . In this state. 4 flashes. then off for 1.

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in 2 groups of 8 points 24 V dc 4.5 A Front View Modbus Plus address switches Modbus Plus connector Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDM 342 00 27 .170 BDM 342 00 Modbus Plus TIO 24 VDC 16 Input / 16 Output Module Module Type Nominal Operating Voltage Nominal Input Current. each point 16 discrete input points. in 1 group 16 discrete output points.2 mA 0. each point Maximum Output Current.

The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 6.. O16 US1 US2 Output points 1 .. Use row 6 for PE wiring connections. and use the bus bar terminals for UB1.. 28 Labeling of Terminals 170 BDM 342 00 . 16 17 18 O1 . 5. There are no internal connections to the module. 8 (group 1) Voltage for outputs 9 . I16 Input points 1 . Use row 4 for UB1 wiring connections. 18 are connected together within each bus bar. 16 Voltage return for field devices Earth ground for field devices External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. 16 M Module operating voltage return UB Module operating voltage Terminals 1 .... 8 9 . M. IN + – PE OUT – PE External Bus Bar Connections Row 4. Use row 5 for M wiring connections.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 M UB 6 8 16 1 1 16 US1 US2 1 14 16 M M 2 2 M 3 3 UB1 UB1 UB1 4 4 M M 5 5 PE PE 6 PE Common Connections 0V 24 VDC 6 Row 3: Terminals 1 ..... and 6: Install an external 3-row bus bar at row 4... 16 (group 2) Voltage for outputs 1 ... 16 (group 2) 3 4 5 6 18 18 18 18 M UB1 M PE Voltage return for field devices Voltage for inputs 1 ... and PE field wiring. Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 . US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices..3 A fast blow.. 16 17 18 Connection I1 ... 18 (M) are connected together within the module.. 2 2 2 2 1 .... 8 (group 1) Output points 9 .. UB1.... O8 O9 .

... 16 has an error condition (overload or short circuit). Check the US2 source. It is receiving and passing the network token. off Input 1 . then off for 2 s The node detects the token being passed among the other nodes. off Output 1 .. 16 lower row MB+ 170 BDM 342 00 29 . then off for 1. 16 is operating normally. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. but never receives the token. then off for 1. the node changes to its 1 flash/s mode. 16 is active (output voltage high level). Us(1) Us(2) 1 ... green Input 1 .. 1 flash/s The node is offline just after power-up or after exiting the 4 flashes/s mode. All nodes on a healthy network flash this pattern.4 s The node has detected a valid message from a node using a network address identical to its own address. 2 flashes... It periodically claims the token but cannot find another node to which to pass it. the node attempts to go to its normal operating state. green US1 voltage is present. green US2 voltage is present. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination...LED Indicators LED Indicators MB+ ready Us (1) Us (2) LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. the node monitors the network and builds a table of active nodes. indicated by 6 flashes/s.. Check the UB voltage source. 16 center row 1 . red Output 1 . After being in this state for 5 s. 6 flashes/s This is the normal operating state for the node.. off The module is not ready. off Output 1 .. The node remains in this state for as long as it continues to detect the duplicate address.. off US1 voltage is not present. off US2 voltage is not present. 4 flashes. 16 is active (input voltage high level). Check the US1 source. off The Modbus Plus network is not active. 16 is not active (output voltage low level)..7 s The node is not detecting any tokens being passed among the other nodes... green Output 1 . In this state. 16 is not active (input voltage low level). 16 upper row 1 . If the duplicate address is not detected for 5 s. 3 flashes.

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inductive 1.5 A 4A 8A 0. lamp 50 µf Response (Output) OFF – ON ON – OFF 1 ms max (resistive load) 1 ms max (resistive load) 170 BDM 342 00 31 . resistive 12 W @ 1000 cycles/h.5 Vdc @ 0.3 ms decaying voltage pulse 0..2 .2 W @ 8 cycles/s..4 mA @ 30 Vdc Load Capacitance Maximum 12 W @ 100 cycles/s. 30 Vdc 56 Vdc for 1.Specifications (Outputs) Number of Output Points Voltage (Output) Operating (max) Absolute (max) ON State Drop / Point Maximum Load Current Each Point Each Group Per Module Off State Leakage / Point Maximum Loading Each Point 16 in two 8 point groups 19.5 A 0.

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Line Voltage for devices 1 ..... 8 and 17 (MS1) are connected together within the module. Terminals 1 .... 8 (group 1) I9 . Row 3: Terminals 1 ....Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 16 N 1 L 6 15 16 1 1 US1 US1 US2 US2 2 2 MS1 MS1 MS2 3 3 PE PE 4 Row 2: Terminals 1 ....... Row 3: Terminals 9 .... 16 and 18 (MS2) are connected together within the module.. 16 (group 2) Earth ground for field devices Power ground . There is no connection to the module. 8 9 . US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 8 (group 1) 3 4 18 18 MS2 PE Voltage return for 9 .. 8 (group 1) Voltage for devices 9 . Neutral 1 2 2 3 18 17 18 17 L US1 US2 MS1 Module operating voltage. 8 and 17 (US1) are connected together within the module. 34 170 BDI 542 50 Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .... External Fuses L supply: 100 mA fast blow. I8 Input points 1 . Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4... GROUND NEUTRAL Common Connections 115 VAC LINE 4 IN L N PE Row 2: Terminals 9 . 16 17 Connection I1 ... The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow. 16 (group 2) N Module operating voltage. 16 and 18 (US2) are connected together within the module. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. 16 (group 2) Voltage return for 1 ... I16 Input points 9 .

Us (1) Us (2) 1 . Check the US2 source. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination.LED Indicators LED Indicators MB+ ready Us (1) Us (2) LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. but never receives the token.. 16 MB+ 170 BDI 542 50 35 . off US2 voltage is not present. 3 flashes. the node changes to its 1 flash/s mode. off US1 voltage is not present.7 s The node is not detecting any tokens being passed among the other nodes. then off for 2 s The node detects the token being passed among the other nodes. the node attempts to go to its normal operating state. If the duplicate address is not detected for 5 s. then off for 1. green US2 voltage is present. off Input 1 . Check the US1 source. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination.. off The Modbus Plus network is not active. 16 is active (input voltage high level). Check the L voltage source. 6 flashes/s This is the normal operating state for the node.. the node monitors the network and builds a table of active nodes. green US1 voltage is present. 2 flashes.. After being in this state for 5 s.4 s The node has detected a valid message from a node using a network address identical to its own address. then off for 1.. All nodes on a healthy network flash this pattern. It is receiving and passing the network token. indicated by 6 flashes/s. In this state. The node remains in this state for as long as it continues to detect the duplicate address.. 1 flash/s The node is offline just after power-up or after exiting the 4 flashes/s mode. off The module is not ready. green Input 1 . 4 flashes. 16 is not active (input voltage low level). It periodically claims the token but cannot find another node to which to pass it.

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O8 Output points 1 .. 8 (group 1) O9 . Neutral 2 3 3 4 18 17 18 18 L1 N L PE Voltage for field devices. Neutral Module operating voltage. External Fuse L supply: 100 mA 250 V fast blow..... 230 VAC LINE (OUTPUTS) 115 . O16 Output points 9 .. 8 9 . Line Earth ground for field devices Power ground 38 170 BDO 542 50 .....3 A 250 V fast blow. Labeling of Terminals Internal Fuses L1 supply: 6.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages Connecting Field Devices Fuses (behind protective cover) F1 1 F2 Outputs Group 1 1 (Not Used) 1 Outputs Group 2 8 9 16 N L1 N L 1 6 15 16 N N 2 2 3 3 PE PE 4 24 . There is no connection to the module. Total fuses: 2. for each output group. 230 VAC LINE (MODULE) GROUND Common Connections Row 3: Terminals 1 . 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.... NEUTRAL 4 OUT N PE Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4. 17 (N) are connected together within the module... Line Module operating voltage... 16 (group 2) N Voltage for field devices. Row 2 2 2 Terminal 1 . Terminals 1 ... 16 17 Connection O1 ..

green Fuse F1 (group 1 outputs) is OK. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination. 16 MB+ 170 BDO 542 50 39 . off The module is not ready. 6 flashes/s This is the normal operating state for the node. It periodically claims the token but cannot find another node to which to pass it.. 1 flash/s The node is offline just after power-up or after exiting the 4 flashes/s mode. 16 is not active (output voltage low level). the node attempts to go to its normal operating state. off Fuse F1 is not OK. green Fuse F2 (group 2 outputs) is OK. off The Modbus Plus network is not active. then off for 1. then off for 1. 3 flashes. F1 F2 1 .. Check the L voltage source. If the duplicate address is not detected for 5 s... The node remains in this state for as long as it continues to detect the duplicate address. All nodes on a healthy network flash this pattern. 16 is active (output voltage high level). but never receives the token. Check the network for an open circuit or defective termination.LED Indicators LED Indicators MB+ ready F1 F2 LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network.. then off for 2 s The node detects the token being passed among the other nodes. off Fuse F2 is not OK. After being in this state for 5 s. the node monitors the network and builds a table of active nodes..7 s The node is not detecting any tokens being passed among the other nodes. It is receiving and passing the network token. off Output 1 . green Output 1 . 4 flashes. In this state. the node changes to its 1 flash/s mode.4 s The node has detected a valid message from a node using a network address identical to its own address. indicated by 6 flashes/s. 2 flashes.

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Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4. There is no connection to the module. sensor 4 Module operating voltage return 2 3 4 18 3. 3 Terminal 1 1 2 Connection U+ + Voltage input. sensor 1 Constant current out. 5. 10–10. External Fuses UB supply: 1 A fast blow. sensor 2 + Voltage input. sensor 2 Current input. sensor 1 I+ Current input. 3 2 2 14 15 16 17 U– I+ IC MB – Voltage input. Row 3: The following terminals (AG) are connected together within the module: 3.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices (Not used) 1 2 3 (See wiring examples on following pages. 11. sensor 4 Current input. sensor 1 2 2 3 2 3 4. 8.. sensor 3 Constant current to Pt100. 13. Rows 2 and 3: The following pairs of terminals ( I+ ) on both rows are connected within the module: 2–2. and 15–15. sensor 2 Constant current to Pt100. Row 2 3 2. and 16. sensor 3 + Voltage input. 5. sensor 1 Voltage out to sensor 1 + Voltage input. 13. 8. 3 2 2 6 7 8 9 U– I+ IC U+ – Voltage input. sensor 4 Constant current to Pt100. 42 24 VDC 4 170 BAM 096 00 . sensor 4 3 2. 11. 7–7. 5 4 6 IC I U U+ Constant current to Pt100. 16 18 UB AG PE Module operating voltage Analog ground for field devices Earth ground for field devices Row 2: Terminals 12 and 13 ( I ) are connected together within the module.) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 MB UB 2 3 PE 0V Common Connections Labeling of Terminals Row 2: Terminals 4 and 5 ( I ) are connected together within the module. sensor 3 3 2. Terminals 1 . sensor 3 Current input. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. sensor 2 3 2. 3 2 2 9 10 11 14 U– I+ IC U+ – Voltage input.. sensor 1 U– – Voltage input.

Wiring Example: 2-Wire Current Output and Voltage Output Devices IN 1 OUT 1 IN 2 IN 3 OUT 2 IN 4 U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag MB UB Internal Connections Voltage Output from OUT 2 24 VDC Current Output from OUT 1 0V U2 I1 Ag = Analog ground I = Current output to current device U = Positive voltage output to voltage device 170 BAM 096 00 43 .

Wiring Example: Pt100 Sensor Input IN 1 OUT 1 IN 2 IN 3 OUT 2 IN 4 U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag MB UB Internal Connections Ag Ic U+ U– 44 = Analog ground = Constant current output to Pt100 = Positive differential voltage input from Pt100 = Negative differential voltage input from Pt100 170 BAM 096 00 24 VDC Pt 100 0V ϑ .

Wiring Example: 4-Wire Sensor Input IN 1 OUT 1 IN 2 IN 3 OUT 2 IN 4 U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag MB UB Internal Connections Voltage Sensor to IN 2 Ag I U+ U– 0V U2 24 VDC U = Analog ground = Constant current output to sensor = Positive differential voltage input from sensor = Negative differential voltage input from sensor 170 BAM 096 00 45 .

Wiring Example: 2-Wire and 3-Wire Sensor Inputs IN 1 OUT 1 IN 2 IN 3 OUT 2 IN 4 U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag Voltage Sensor to IN 3 = Analog ground (for 3-wire sensors only) = Current input from current sensor = Positive voltage input from voltage sensor = Negative voltage input from voltage sensor 170 BAM 096 00 24 VDC Current Sensor to IN 1 U 0V I 46 Internal Connections U3 I1 Ag I+ U+ U– MB UB .

170 BAM 096 00 47 .Wiring Example: Combination of 3-Wire Sensor Inputs and 2-Wire Output IN 1 U+ I+ U– I+ OUT 1 Ic I Ag U IN 2 I U+ I+ Ag U– I+ IN 3 Ic U+ I+ Ag U– I+ OUT 2 Ic I Ag U IN 4 I U+ I+ Ag U– I+ Ic Ag U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U+ I+ Ic I I U+ I+ Ic U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag U– I+ Ag U Ag U– I+ Ag MB UB Internal Connections U U1 U2 Voltage Sensor to IN 1 Ag I (OUT1) U+ (IN1) U– (IN1) U+ (IN2) U– (IN2) I (OUT2) Voltage Sensor to IN 2 24 VDC U 0V I2 Current Output from OUT 2 = Analog ground = Current output supply to input sensors 1 and 2 = Positive voltage input from input sensor 1 = Negative voltage input from input sensor1 = Positive voltage input from input sensor 2 = Negative voltage input from input sensor 2 = Current output to output device When using the I (OUT1) output to supply the voltage input sensors as in this example. the same output circuit cannot be used to drive an output device.

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20 mA ± 10 V reserved 0 . 20 mA 4 ........Parameters Word B 15 14 13 Module Mode 12 C/F 8 0 0 0 0 0 (not used) 0 = Celsius 1 = Fahrenheit 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 reserved reserved AEG Compatibility (REQUIRED) reserved 7 4 Output Ch 2 Mode 3 Output Ch 1 Mode Ch 2. 20 mA ± 10 V reserved 0 .. 20 mA 4 . 1 Binary Value Output Channel Mode 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Channel Inactive (Default) 0 .... 20 mA 4 . 20 mA ± 10 V reserved reserved reserved reserved 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Output Value on Bus Timeout 0 mA 4 mA 0V 20 mA 20 mA + 10 V Hold Last Value Hold Last Value Hold Last Value Transmitted Words     ..

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off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. Check the UB voltage source. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. red Remote Bus Disabled. green Bus Active. BA RC RD 50 170 BAM 096 00 . green Remote Bus Check. off The module is not ready.

9% of full scale. 30 Vdc 6W None 500 Vdc None Input Specifications Voltage and Pt100 Input Absolute Maximum Input Input Impedance Current Input Absolute Maximum Input Input Impedance Accuracy @ 25_C (Voltage Mode) Linearity Accuracy Drift w/Temperature Common Mode Rejection Update Time Repeatability 50 Vdc >20 MW 25 mA 250 W + 0. + 0. 60 _C 0..2% of full scale Maximum: + 0.35% of full scale + 0..Specifications General Specifications InterBus-S ID Code Number of Channels Module Quiescent Current Power Dissipation Isolation Channel to Channel Channel to Bus Load Fault Detection 0433 hexadecimal 4 input.013% of full scale /_C max + 1 LSB 1 ms to + 0.04 % Typical: Maximum: +/– 0..03% Typical: + 0.5% of full scale @ 25 _C.0025% of full scale / _C +/– 0.005% of full scale / _C > –100 dB @ 50/60Hz 270 ms for all channels (simultaneous update) + 3 counts Output Specifications Accuracy Accuracy Drift w/Temperature Unipolar Ranges Bipolar Ranges Linearity Maximum Settling Time Update Time + 0..003% of full scale /_C typical 0. 0 . 2 output 120 mA @ 20 .005% of full scale /_C max 0.006% of full scale /_C typical 0.1% of the final value 3 ms for all channels (simultaneous update) 170 BAM 096 00 51 .

.968 V 2V 2.004 V 10 V 10. + 32000 (4000 / V) + 2 (15 bits) (32000 / 4000) + 2 = 10 V +/– 1 V – 32000 ...119 V +/– 10 V – 10.. 1 V 0..... + 32000 32000 / V (15 bits) + 32000 / 32000 = + 1 V +/– 5 V – 32000 ...2 ..04 V 0V 0....2 (15 bits) (32000 / 40000) + 0.0239 V +/– 5 V – 5.239 V Value (Decimal) – 128 (Underrange) 0 + 16 + 32000 + 32766 (Overrange) 0..0239 V –1 V – 0..0239 V 0 .1968 V 0. 5 V 0 .119 V –5V – 0.0005 V 1V 1. 5 V – 0..005 V 1V 1.....239 V Value (Decimal) – 32766 (Underrange) – 32000 – 16 0 + 16 + 32000 + 32766 (Overrange) 170 BAM 096 00 .002 V 5V 5. + 32000 1600 / mA (14 bits) +32000 / 1600 = + 20 mA Pt100 _F – 3280 ..984 V 1V 1.... 5 V 0. + 32000 32000 / V (15 bits) 32000 / 32000 = 1 V 0 .0025 V 5V 5.. 10 V – 0.2 V 0..... + 32000 3200 / V (15 bits) + 32000 / 3200 = + 10 V 0 . + 32000 6400 / V (14 bits) + 32000 / 6400 = + 5 V +/– 10 V – 32000 ...019 V 1 . 5 V 0 .005 V 10 V 10. + 15620 10 / _F (14 bits) + 15620 / 10 = + 1562 _F Pt100 _C – 5000 .119 V 0 ... 10 V 1. 1 V 0 ...239 V – 10 V – 0.Input Ranges and Values Input Range Input Values (Decimal) Conversion Factor and Resolution Example (Value/Conversion = Input) 0 . 20 mA 0 ........0025 V 5V 5. + 32000 (8000 / V) + 1 (14 bits) (32000 / 8000) + 1 = 5 V 2 .005 V 0V 0. + 32000 1600 / mA (14 bits) 32000 / 1600 = 20 mA 4 .004 V 0V 0........ 10 V 0 .095 V 2 . 20 mA 0 ..005 V 10 V 10. + 32000 3200 / V (15 bits) 32000 / 3200 = 10 V 0. 1 V – 0.2 .19 V Value (Decimal) – 128 (Underrange) 0 + 16 + 32000 + 32766 (Overrange) +/– 1 V – 1. + 32000 (2000 / mA) + 4 (14 bits) (32000 / 2000) + 4 = 20 mA +/– 20 mA – 32000 .0025 V 0V 0. 10 V 0 .. + 32000 6400 / V (14 bits) 32000 / 6400 = 5 V 0 . + 32000 (40000 / V) + 0.02 V 0V 0.....2 = 1 V 1 .005 V 0V 0. + 21250 25 / _C (14 bits) + 21250 / 25 = + 850 _C Input Examples 52 0 . 1 V 0 .2004 V 1V 1.

. ... 20 mA . 4 mA 4.01 20 mA 20..... ..01 mA 20 mA 20.476 mA – 20 mA – 0..1 _F 1 0..38 mA +/– 20 mA –20. .... 20 mA .04 _C –1 0 _F 0 0 _C 0 0... 20 mA .. .005 V + 10 V 0 ... + 32000 ma / 1600 (12 bits) 32000 / 1600 = 20 mA 4 ..476 mA Pt100 Fahrenheit Value (Decimal) Pt100 Celsius Value (Decimal) – 339 _F – 3390 – 206....0 .008 mA 20 mA 20. 0 mA 0.. 20 mA 0 ... 4 mA 4. + 32000 V / 3200 (12 bits) + 32000 / 32000 = + 10 V 0 .01 mA 20 mA 4 ... .. 20 mA ..008 mA 20 mA Value (Decimal) – 32000 – 16 0 + 16 + 32000 170 BAM 096 00 53 .04 _C +1 482 _F 4280 250 _C + 6250 1562 _F 15620 850 _C + 21250 1564 _F 15640 851..005 V 0V + 0.01 mA 0 mA 0. 0 mA 0.... + 32000 (ma / 2000) + 4 (12 bits) (32000 / 2000) + 4 = 20 mA Output Examples +/– 10 V – 10 V – 0.476 mA 4 ...6 _C – 5165 – 328 _F – 3280 – 200 _C – 5000 – 76 _F – 760 – 60 _C – 1500 – 0... 20 mA 0 ..2 _C + 21280 (Overrange) (Underrange) (Overrange) Value (Decimal) – 32766 (Underrange) – 32000 – 16 0 + 16 + 32000 + 32766 (Overrange) (Underrange) Output Ranges and Values Output Range Output Values (Decimal) Conversion Factor and Resolution Example (Value/Conversion = Output) +/– 10 V – 32000 ..1 _F –1 – 0.

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each point 16 discrete input points 24 V dc 4.170 BDI 346 00 Interbus–S TIO 24 VDC 16 Input Module Module Type Nominal Input Voltage Nominal Input Current.2 mA Front View Interbus–S incoming bus Interbus–S outgoing bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDI 346 00 55 .

16 17 18 Connection I1 . Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 MB UB 6 15 16 1 1 UB1 UB2 M1 M2 UB1 UB2 2 2 M1 3 3 PE PE 4 Common Connections 0V 24 VDC 4 IN + – PE Row 2: Terminals 1 . 8 Voltage for devices 9 .. 16 4 18 PE Earth ground for field devices ..... devices 9 . 16 MB Module operating voltage return UB Module operating voltage 2 2 3 3 17 18 17 18 UB1 UB2 M1 M2 Voltage for devices 1 . 8 Voltage return.. 8 and 17 (UB1) are connected together within the module.. There is no connection to the module. The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow.... 8 and 17 (M1) are connected together within the module.... 16 and 18 (M2) are connected together within the module.. Row 3: Terminals 9 . 16 and 18 (UB2) are connected together within the module.. Row 2: Terminals 9 ...... devices 1 . UB1 and UB2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. Terminals 1 .. 16 Voltage return.. External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. 56 170 BDI 346 00 Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 . 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.. Labeling of Terminals Row 3: Terminals 1 .. I16 Input points 1 .

green Remote Bus Check. green UB2 voltage is present. 16 is active (input voltage high level). 16 170 BDI 346 00 57 . off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network. green UB1 voltage is present. Check the UB1 source. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal... BA RC RD UB(1) UB(2) 1 . off UB2 voltage is not present.. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. 16 is not active (input voltage low level). Check the UB voltage source.. off UB1 voltage is not present. Check the UB2 source. off Input 1 . red Remote Bus Disabled. off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled.. green Input 1 . green Bus Active. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly.. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready UB (1) UB (2) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. off The module is not ready.

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.3 ms Response OFF – ON 16 100 mA @ 20 . 30 Vdc ON – OFF 3 ms (max) Internal Resistance Input Protection Isolation Group to Group Group to Bus Fault Detection Fusing Internal External 5.6 k Resistor limited 170 BDI 346 00 +15 ...9 mA 30 Vdc 56 Vdc decaying pulse 3 ms (max) None 500 Vac rms for 1 minute None None User discretion 4A max per group . +5 Vdc 2... +30 Vdc –3 .4 mA 0.      Specifications 58 InterBus-S ID Code 0102 hexadecimal Number of Input Points Module Quiescent Current Operating Voltages and Currents Guaranteed ON (voltage) Guaranteed OFF (voltage) Guaranteed ON (current) Guaranteed OFF (current) Absolute Maximum Input Continuous 1..

5 A Front View InterBus–S incoming remote bus InterBus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDO 346 00 59 . each point 16 discrete output points 24 V dc 0.170 BDO 346 00 InterBus–S TIO 24 VDC 16 Output Module Module Type Nominal Output Voltage Nominal Output Current.

16 17 18 O1 . The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow... Terminals 1 ... 16 17 18 Connection Not used MB Module operating voltage return UB Module operating voltage 2 2 2 2 1 ... 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. 16 Earth ground for field devices Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4...... devices 1 . O16 US1 US2 Output points 1 .. O8 O9 ... 8 Voltage for devices 9 . 60 16 1 1 170 BDO 346 00 . There is no connection to the module.. 16 3 4 18 18 M2 PE Voltage return. 16 Voltage for devices 1 . 18 (M2) are connected together within the module.... External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 MB UB US1 1 US2 6 15 16 2 2 M2 M2 M2 3 3 PE PE 4 0V 24 VDC 24 VDC 4 OUT – PE Common Connections Labeling of Terminals Row 3: Terminals 1 .. 8 9 ..... US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices.. 8 Output points 9 .

16 lower row 170 BDO 346 00 61 . green Bus Active.. off The module is not ready. green Remote Bus Check. off US1 voltage is not present.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready US (1) US (2) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. 16 is not active (output voltage low level). off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled.. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. red Output 1 . The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. Check the UB voltage source.. green US2 voltage is present... off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network... Check the US1 source. off US2 voltage is not present. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly.. off Output 1 . 16 has an error condition (overload or short circuit). off Output 1 . 16 is active (output voltage high level).. green US1 voltage is present. BA RC RD US(1) US(2) 1 .. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. 16 upper row 1 . Check the US2 source. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. green Output 1 . 16 is operating normally.. red Remote Bus Disabled..

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3 ms decaying voltage pulse 0.. 30 Vdc 56 Vdc for 1. 30 Vdc 19.2 .5 Vdc @ 0..  Specifications InterBus-S ID Code Number of Output Points Module Quiescent Current Voltage (Output) Operating (max) Absolute (max) ON State Drop / Point Maximum Load Current Each Point Each Group Per Module Off State Leakage / Point Maximum Surge Current Each Point Maximum Loading Each Point Load Capacitance Maximum Response Time OFF – ON ON – OFF Module Protection Input Protection Output Protection Isolation (Input and Output) Group to Group Group to Bus Fault Detection Input Output Fusing Input Output 0101 hexadecimal 16 100 mA @ 20 . electronically protected External – User discretion 62 170 BDO 346 00 .2 W @ 10 cycles/hr. inductive 1..5 A 4A 8A 0. resistive 12 W @ 1000 cycles/hr. lamp 50 µf 1 ms (max) 1 ms (max) Resistor limited Electronically protected None 500 V None Red LED indicator for each output Internal – None External – User discretion Internal – None.4 mA @ 30 Vdc 5 A @ 500 µs duration (no more than 6 per minute) 12 W @ 100 cycles/hr..5 A 0.

2 mA 0. in 1 group 16 discrete output points. each point Maximum Output Current.5 A Front View InterBus–S incoming remote bus InterBus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDM 346 00 63 .170 BDM 346 00 InterBus–S TIO 24 VDC 16 Input / 16 Output Module Module Type Nominal Operating Voltage Nominal Input Current. in 2 groups of 8 points 24 V dc 4. each point 16 discrete input points.

18 (M) are connected together within the module.. 18 are connected together within each bus bar.. 16 17 18 Connection I1 ... Use row 6 for PE wiring connections.... 16 Voltage return for field devices Earth ground for field devices External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. and PE field wiring.. 16 (group 2) 3 4 5 6 18 18 18 18 M UB1 M PE Voltage return for field devices Voltage for inputs 1 ... O16 US1 US2 Output points 1 . Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 . UB1. and use the bus bar terminals for UB1. 5.. There are no internal connections to the module.. 8 (group 1) Output points 9 . Use row 5 for M wiring connections... I16 Input points 1 ... The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 6.... 16 (group 2) Voltage for outputs 1 .. 64 Labeling of Terminals 170 BDM 346 00 ..3 A fast blow. 16 17 18 O1 .. 2 2 2 2 1 .. and 6: Install an external 3-row bus bar at row 4.. 8 9 . M.. 8 (group 1) Voltage for outputs 9 ... IN + – PE OUT – PE External Bus Bar Connections Row 4. 16 M Module operating voltage return UB Module operating voltage Terminals 1 . Use row 4 for UB1 wiring connections.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 M UB 6 8 16 1 1 16 US1 US2 1 14 16 M M 2 2 M 3 3 UB1 UB1 UB1 4 4 M M 5 5 PE PE 6 PE Common Connections 0V 24 VDC 6 Row 3: Terminals 1 .. O8 O9 . US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices.

red Remote Bus Disabled. green US2 voltage is present. 16 center row 1 . off Input 1 . 16 has an error condition (overload or short circuit). 16 lower row 170 BDM 346 00 65 . The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. green Input 1 . green Remote Bus Check.. BA RC RD Us(1) Us(2) 1 . The module is transmitting data messages on the network.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready US (1) US (2) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. 16 is not active (output voltage low level).. 16 upper row 1 .. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. red Output 1 . off US2 voltage is not present. off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. off The module is not ready.. off Output 1 . green Output 1 .. 16 is active (input voltage high level).. 16 is active (output voltage high level).. Check the UB voltage source. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled.. Check the US1 source.. off Output 1 . off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. off US1 voltage is not present. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. 16 is operating normally.. 16 is not active (input voltage low level)..... off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network. green Bus Active..... Check the US2 source. green US1 voltage is present.

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3 ms decaying voltage pulse 0..4 mA @ 30 Vdc 5 A @ 500 µs duration (no more than 6 per minute) Load Capacitance Maximum 12 W @ 100 cycles/s.5 A 0. resistive 12 W @ 1000 cycles/h.5 Vdc @ 0. inductive 1..2 W @ 8 cycles/s.5 A 4A 8A 0.2 . 30 Vdc 56 Vdc for 1. lamp 50 µf Response (Output) OFF – ON ON – OFF 1 ms max (resistive load) 1 ms max (resistive load) 170 BDM 346 00 67 .Specifications (Outputs) Number of Output Points Voltage (Output) Operating (max) Absolute (max) ON State Drop / Point Maximum Load Current Each Point Each Group Per Module Off State Leakage / Point Maximum Surge Current Each Point Maximum Loading Each Point 16 in two 8 point groups 19.

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..... 8 DC/AC voltage for relay outputs 1 .... External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow.. Terminals 1 ... 4 DC/AC voltage for relay outputs 5 . 8 are connected together within the module.. 4 2 2 2 3 13 . 16 and 18 (M4/N4) are connected together within the module... 16 17 18 1 .... 8 Earth ground for field devices .230V AC/DC OUTPUTS 1 4 Row 1 terminal 16 (UB1) and Row 2 terminals 1 . 8 O5 . UB1 3 3 Row 1 terminal 15 (M1) and Row 3 terminals 1 .. 70 170 BDM 346 30 UB1 12 16 M M M PE PE 4 0V 24 VDC RETURN OUTPUTS 2 24V..Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 1 14 M1 UB1 M UB US3/ US4/ L3 L4 M3/ M4/ N3 N4 PE Row 3: Terminals 9 .... I8 Input points 1 ... The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 8 A fast blow. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. 8 are connected together within the module..... 8 2 2 Common Connections 5 1 1 IN + – PE OUT – PE Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .... US3/L3. 8 M1 Voltage return for input devices UB1 Voltage for input devices 1 1 2 2 17 18 1 ..... There is no connection to the module.. 8 9 . 4 DC/AC voltage return for outputs 5 ... US4/L4 supplies: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 12 and 17 (M3/N3) are connected together within the module. Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4..... O8 US3/L3 US4/L4 M1 Relay output points 5 .. 12 M UB UB1 O1 .230V AC/DC OUTPUTS 2 RETURN OUTPUTS 1 24V. Row 3: Terminals 13 . O4 Module operating voltage return Module operating voltage Voltage for input devices Relay output points 1 . 8 15 16 Connection I1 . 8 Voltage return for input devices 3 3 4 17 18 18 M3/L3 M4/L4 PE DC/AC voltage return for outputs 1 ..

green Bus Active. 16 lower row 170 BDM 346 30 71 . 16 is active (output voltage high level).. green UB1 voltage is present.. red Remote Bus Disabled. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. 18 is not active (input voltage low level). Check the UB voltage source. 8 upper row 9 .. 16 is not active (output voltage low level). Check the UB1 source.... off The module is not ready. off Input 1 . off Output 9 . off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. 18 is active (input voltage high level). green Remote Bus Check. off UB1 voltage is not present. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. green Output 9 .. off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network.. green Input 1 . The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. BA RC RD UB(1) 1 ... and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready UB (1) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network.. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly..

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000 (Resistive load @ max voltage and current) Form A None 1780 Vac rms for one minute 1780 Vac rms for one minute 2500 Vdc for one minute 170 BDM 346 30 73 .Relay Contact Life Mechanical Operations Electrical Operations Relay Type Contact Protection Isolation Channel to Channel Field to Bus 10.000 200.000.

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170 BDI 356 00 Interbus–S TIO 24 VDC 32 Input Module Module Type Nominal Input Voltage Nominal Input Current. each point 32 discrete input points 24 V dc 4.2 mA Front View InterBus–S incoming remote bus InterBus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDI 356 00 75 .

5. 16 17 18 17. I32 UB1 UB2 M2 Input points 17 .... 18 1 .. 18 1 ... and use the bus bar terminals for UB2... 16 M2 Module and devices voltage return UB Module operating voltage 2 2 2 3 1 .. I16 Input points 1 ..... 18 are connected together within each bus bar.. 4 IN + – PE External Bus Bar Connections Row 4... M2. Terminals 1 . 16 Voltage for devices 17 .. and 6: Install an external 3-row bus bar at row 4... 32 Module and devices voltage return 4 5 6 1 . There are no internal connections to the module. Use row 4 for UB2 wiring connections.... Use row 5 for M2 wiring connections. The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow. Use row 6 for PE wiring connections.. UB1 and UB2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 16 17 18 Connection I1 . 16 (UB1) within the module.... 76 170 BDI 356 00 Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 . External Fuses UB supply: 200 mA fast blow. 18 I17 . 18 UB2 M2 PE External bus bar –– UB2 wiring External bus bar –– M2 wiring External bus bar –– Earth ground . and PE field wiring.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 M2 UB 6 16 1 1 1 16 UB1 UB2 M2 M2 15 2 2 UB1 3 3 UB2 UB2 4 4 M2 M2 5 4 PE Common Connections PE 0V 24 VDC 6 Row 2 and 3: Row 2 terminal 17 (UB1) is connected internally to Row 3 Terminals 1 . 32 Voltage for devices 1 .

. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal.. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. 16 is active (input voltage high level)... off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. 32 is active (input voltage high level).LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready UB (1) UB (2) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. off The module is not ready. red Remote Bus Disabled. 32 is not active (input voltage low level)... off UB1 voltage is not present. green Remote Bus Check. green UB2 voltage is present.. green UB1 voltage is present. off UB2 voltage is not present. 16 green Input 17 . 16 green Input 1 . green Bus Active. Upper row off Input 1 .. Check the UB2 source. BA RC RD UB(1) UB(2) 170 BDI 356 00 77 . off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network. 16 is not active (input voltage low level). 1 .. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. Lower row off Input 17 . The module is transmitting data messages on the network. Check the UB1 source... Check the UB voltage source. 1 ..

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9 mA 30 Vdc 56 Vdc decaying pulse 3 ms (max) None 500 Vac rms for 1 minute None None User discretion. 30 Vdc ON – OFF 3 ms (max) Internal Resistance Input Protection Isolation Group to Group Group to Bus Fault Detection Fusing Internal External 5..3 ms Response OFF – ON 32 100 mA @ 20 .      Specifications 78 InterBus-S ID Code 0202 hexadecimal Number of Input Points Module Quiescent Current Operating Voltages and Currents Guaranteed ON (voltage) Guaranteed OFF (voltage) Guaranteed ON (current) Guaranteed OFF (current) Absolute Maximum Input Continuous 1.4 mA 0.6 k Resistor limited 170 BDI 356 00 +15 . +5 Vdc 2. 4A max .... +30 Vdc –3 ...

each point 32 discrete output points.170 BDO 356 00 InterBus–S TIO 24 VDC 32 Output Module Module Type Nominal Output Voltage Nominal Output Current.5 A Front View InterBus–S incoming remote bus InterBus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDO 356 00 79 . in 2 groups of 16 points 24 V dc 0.

.. 32 4 18 PE Earth ground for field devices UB supply: 200 mA fast blow... 18 (M2) are connected together within the module.... 80 170 BDO 356 00 .. The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow. Terminals 1 . O16 Output points 1 ... 16 17 18 Connection O1 . Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.. US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices.... 16 (group 1) M Module operating voltage return UB Module operating voltage External Fuses 2 2 2 3 1 ... devices 1 . There is no connection to the module. 32 (group 2) Voltage return. Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .. 16 (group 1) Voltage for devices 17 .... 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.. 16 17 18 18 O17 ..Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 Connecting Field Devices 1 16 M UB 6 16 1 1 US1 1 US2 15 16 2 2 M2 M2 M2 3 3 PE PE 4 0V 24 VDC 24 VDC 4 OUT – PE Common Connections Row 3: Terminals 1 . 32 (group 2) Voltage for devices 1 . O32 US1 US2 M2 Output points 17 .

. Check the US1 source. 16 center row 1.. 4. 9: Outputs 9 . off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. 16 is active (output voltage high level)... 9: Outputs 9 .. The module is transmitting data messages on the network... 10 14 lower row 170 BDO 356 00 81 .. 16 is not active (output voltage low level). 6. off Terminal Row 2 Output Group is operating normally. off Terminal Row 1 Output 1 . The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. off US1 voltage is not present.. 12. 5. 5: Outputs 5 . red Remote Bus Disabled.. green Terminal Row 1 Output 1 .. 13: Outputs 13 . or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal. 16.... off US2 voltage is not present. BA RC RD US(1) US(2) 1 . off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network. Check the UB voltage source.. green Remote Bus Check. 12. green US2 voltage is present. off Terminal Row 2 Output 1 .. 16 is active (output voltage high level)... 16 is not active (output voltage low level). 8.... Check the US2 source.... 13: Outputs 13 .. 5: Outputs 5 . off Terminal Row 1 Output Group is operating normally. green Terminal Row 2 Output 1 .. 16.. 4. red Error condition (overload or short circuit) in Terminal Row 1 Output Group: 1: Outputs 1 . off The module is not ready. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. 8. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. 9 13 lower row 2. 16 upper row 1 . green US1 voltage is present. green Bus Active..LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready US (1) US (2) RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. red Error condition (overload or short circuit) in Terminal Row 2 Output Group: 1: Outputs 1 .

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lamp 50 uf 30 V 500 V Red LED indicator for each output None User discretion ..4 mA @ 30 Vdc 5 A @ 500 µs duration (no more than 6 per minute) 1 ms (max) 1 ms (max) Transient voltage suppression 12 W @ 100 cycles/s.5 A 0.. inductive 1. resistive 12 W @ 1000 cycles/h.5 A 8A 16 A 0.2 W @ 8 cycles/s.  Specifications InterBus-S ID Code 0201 hexadecimal Number of Output Points Module Quiescent Current Output Voltage Operating (max) Absolute (max) ON State Drop / Point Maximum Load Current Each Point Each Group Per Module Off State Leakage / Point Surge Current Maximum Each Point Response (Resistive Loads) OFF – ON ON – OFF Output Protection (internal) Maximum Loading Each Point 32 in two 16 point groups 100 mA @ 20 .2 .4 Vdc @ 0.. 30 Vdc Load Capacitance Maximum Isolation Group to Group Output to Bus Fault Detection Fusing Internal External 82 170 BDO 356 00 19. 30 Vdc 56 Vdc for 1.3 ms decaying voltage pulse 0..

170 BDI 546 50 InterBus–S TIO 115 VAC 16 Input Module Module Type Nominal Input Voltage Nominal Input Current. in 2 groups of 8 points 115 V ac 10 mA Front View Interbus–S incoming remote bus Interbus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Lug for ground wire Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDI 546 50 83 . each point 16 discrete input points.

The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow... 8 (group 1) Voltage for devices 9 .... 16 17 Connection I1 .... 16 (group 2) Voltage return for 1 . 8 and 17 (MS1) are connected together within the module. US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices.. Row 3: Terminals 1 . Terminals 1 ..... 16 (group 2) N Module operating voltage.. External Fuses L supply: 100 mA fast blow. 16 and 18 (MS2) are connected together within the module..... 16 (group 2) Earth ground for field devices Power ground . 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar...Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 16 N 1 L 6 15 16 1 1 US1 US1 US2 US2 2 2 MS1 MS1 MS2 3 3 PE PE 4 Row 2: Terminals 1 .. 8 (group 1) 3 4 18 18 MS2 PE Voltage return for 9 . 8 9 .. GROUND NEUTRAL Common Connections 115 VAC LINE 4 IN L N PE Row 2: Terminals 9 . 8 and 17 (US1) are connected together within the module.. Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4..... I16 Input points 9 . 84 170 BDI 546 50 Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .. Neutral 1 2 2 3 18 17 18 17 L US1 US2 MS1 Module operating voltage. There is no connection to the module. 16 and 18 (US2) are connected together within the module... Line Voltage for devices 1 . I8 Input points 1 . Row 3: Terminals 9 . 8 (group 1) I9 .

. off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. BA RC RD 1 . off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. green Input 1 . Check the UB voltage source.. off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network.. red Remote Bus Disabled. 16 170 BDI 546 50 85 .. green Remote Bus Check. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal.. off Input 1 . green Bus Active. 16 is not active (input voltage low level)..LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. off The module is not ready. 16 is active (input voltage high level). and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal.

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63 Hz 74 Vac 20 Vac 10 mA 2 mA 132 Vac 156 Vac 200 Vac 276 Vac Min: 4..3 ms Max: 12.      Specifications InterBus-S ID Code 0102 hexadecimal Number of Input Points Module Quiescent Current Input Voltage and Currents Ranges Voltage 16 in two 8 point groups 40 mA @ 85 .5 Vac Current Input Frequency Absolute Maximum Input Continuous 10 s 1 cycle 1.9 ms Max: 0.3 ms Response OFF – ON ON – OFF Isolation Input to Input Group to Group Input to Bus Fault Detection Fusing Internal External Guaranteed ON: Guaranteed OFF: Guaranteed ON: Guaranteed OFF: 47 .. 264.75 line cycle Min: 7...3 ms All inputs in a group must be from the same phase of line input voltage 1780 Vac rms for 1 minute 1780 Vac rms for 1 minute None None User discretion      .

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in 2 groups of 8 points 230 V ac 6 mA Front View Interbus–S incoming remote bus Interbus–S outgoing remote bus Label for identifying field wiring connections LED area Mounting slots for terminal strip connectors Lug for ground wire Mounting slot for bus bar connector 170 BDI 746 50 87 . each point 16 discrete input points.170 BDI 746 50 InterBus–S TIO 230 VAC 16 Input Module Module Type Nominal Input Voltage Nominal Input Current.

. External Fuses L supply: 100 mA fast blow... 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.... 8 and 17 (MS1) are connected together within the module. 8 (group 1) 3 4 18 18 MS2 PE Voltage return for 9 .. Terminals 1 . US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices. 16 (group 2) Voltage return for 1 .... 16 and 18 (MS2) are connected together within the module. Line Voltage for devices 1 ... Row 3: Terminals 1 . Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 16 N 1 L 6 15 16 1 1 US1 US1 US2 US2 2 2 MS1 MS1 MS2 3 3 PE PE 4 Row 2: Terminals 1 . 8 9 . Neutral 1 2 2 3 18 17 18 17 L US1 US2 MS1 Module operating voltage.. 88 170 BDI 746 50 Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .. 8 (group 1) Voltage for devices 9 .. There is no connection to the module... 16 (group 2) N Module operating voltage. I8 Input points 1 . The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow. 16 and 18 (US2) are connected together within the module. Row 3: Terminals 9 .. 8 and 17 (US1) are connected together within the module.. 16 (group 2) Earth ground for field devices Power ground ... GROUND NEUTRAL Common Connections 230 VAC LINE 4 IN L N PE Row 2: Terminals 9 ......... 8 (group 1) I9 . I16 Input points 9 . 16 17 Connection I1 ..

. The module is transmitting data messages on the network.. off The incoming bus is not connected correctly. off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. off The module is not ready.. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. green Bus Active. green Input 1 . 16 is not active (input voltage low level). 16 170 BDI 746 50 89 . Check the UB voltage source. off Input 1 .. off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network... red Remote Bus Disabled. green Remote Bus Check. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC ready RD LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. 16 is active (input voltage high level). The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly. BA RC RD 1 .

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. 16 (group 2) N Voltage for field devices..... 8 9 . Internal Fuses L1 supply: 8 A 250 V fast blow.. Neutral 2 3 3 4 18 17 18 18 L1 N L PE Voltage for field devices. 24 ..... Terminals 1 . Line Module operating voltage.. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. O16 Output points 9 . Neutral Module operating voltage. There is no connection to the module. 230 VAC LINE (OUTPUTS) 115 ..Field Wiring Connections Connecting Operating Voltages Connecting Field Devices Fuses (behind protective cover) F1 1 F2 Outputs Group 1 1 (Not Used) 1 Outputs Group 2 8 9 16 N L1 N L 1 6 15 16 N N 2 2 3 3 PE PE 4 Row 3: Terminals 1 . Total fuses: 2. 8 (group 1) O9 ... O8 Output points 1 .. External Fuse L supply: 100 mA 250 V fast blow. Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.. 230 VAC LINE (MODULE) GROUND Common Connections NEUTRAL 4 OUT N PE Labeling of Terminals Row 2 2 2 Terminal 1 . 16 17 Connection O1 . for each output group.. 17 (N) are connected together within the module.. Line Earth ground for field devices Power ground 92 170 BDO 946 50 ...

The module’s outgoing bus is disabled. off The module is not transmitting data messages on the network. red Remote Bus Disabled. green Output 1 . off Fuse F2 is not OK. 16 is active (output voltage high level). F1 F2 BA RC RD 1 . off The incoming bus is not connected correctly.. green Bus Active. 16 170 BDO 946 50 93 . Check the UB voltage source. green Remote Bus Check. off The module is not ready. green Fuse F2 (group 2 outputs) is OK... off The module’s outgoing bus is enabled. green Fuse F1 (group 1 outputs) is OK.LED Indicators LED Indicators BA RC RD ready F1 F2 LED Status Meaning ready green The module is ready to communicate on the network. or the bus master device is sending a bus reset signal.. The module is transmitting data messages on the network. off Fuse F1 is not OK.. and the bus master device is not sending a bus reset signal. The module’s incoming bus is connected correctly.. off Output 1 . 16 is not active (output voltage low level).

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A .1.2 Configuration Register ! !" " ! " # "#" $#  #"#" #! 4F001 hex –– Outputs Holdup Time    !! " #"  " "" #"#"! %    " # " !""  "'   " #" '  % #! #!  "   "#" $# ! & !!  #"!   !! %"  # !" $#    !!  &# $#     !!  #" $# !   ! .

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reserved for station management commands (always 0)..00.. 4FC20 hex –– ASCII Header Block " !"#!" #  ! . seconds 0 . words 1 . 6000 4FC01 . 4F806 ASCII header block length. units of 10 milliseconds 30 . 1 for output module 4F803 Quantity of module output bytes 1 for input module.1.. 2 for output module 4F804 Reserved 4F805 Module revision number Format: XR where: X = upper 4 bits . 60 4F809 Remaining outputs holdup time.. 32 4F807 Last node address to communicate with this module 1 .. 64 4F808 Remaining write reservation time.. Example: 200 hex shows revision 2.3 Status Registers 4F801 ... 4F809 hex –– Status Block " !"#!" !% !# $# # $" !%" %  $!!#  !# !#!"  &!" ! $" # # # $" "##$" Ref (hex) Meaning Contents 4F801 Length of status area 9 4F802 Quantity of module input bytes 2 for input module. R = revision number.A .....

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2." #!& #&( %$ $ ! !   $"'!! # $ ( )& & "")! ""! #$& !' $% Part Number Description 042244899 Capacitive Discharge Terminal. DIN Rail Capacitive Discharge Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 DIN Rail Grounding Clip 7 8 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 75 mm 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 45 mm 53 mm DIN Rail B .2 nf 042249007 Grounding Clip..2.2 AC Line Filters .

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16 and 18 (US2) are connected together within the module... The maximum allowable fuse rating is: 4 A fast blow...3 170 BDI 542 50 –– 115 VAC Input Connecting Operating Voltages 1 8 9 Connecting Field Devices 16 N 1 L 6 15 16 1 1 US1 US1 US2 US2 2 2 MS1 MS1 MS2 3 3 PE PE 4 4 IN L N PE 115 VAC LINE NEUTRAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Capacitive Discharge Terminal PE Ground Wire connection Minimum wire size 2...... External Fuses L supply: 100 mA fast blow.. 16 and 18 (MS2) are connected together within the module... 8 (group 1) Voltage for devices 9 ..... Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.. I16 Input points 9 . 8 (group 1) 3 4 18 18 MS2 PE Voltage return for 9 .. Terminals 1 ... There is no connection to the module. Labeling of Terminals Row 1 1 1 Terminal 1 .B ... 8 9 . 16 (group 2) N Module operating voltage. Row 3: Terminals 1 .. 8 (group 1) I9 . 16 (group 2) Voltage return for 1 . 8 and 17 (MS1) are connected together within the module. 16 (group 2) Earth ground for field devices Power ground US1 and US2 supply: Select a fuse that meets the total supply requirement of the connected devices.. Line Voltage for devices 1 . 16 17 Connection I1 .2 nf Row 2: Terminals 9 . Row 3: Terminals 9 . Neutral 1 2 2 3 18 17 18 17 L US1 US2 MS1 Module operating voltage. 104 CE Compliance 890 USE 104 00 .. Capacitive Discharge Terminal (Part Number 042244899): 2...5 sq mm Maximum wire length 25 cm 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Common Connections Capacitive Discharge Terminal Row 2: Terminals 1 ... I8 Input points 1 . 8 and 17 (US1) are connected together within the module.. 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar.

... Schaffner EMC Filter Series FN670 or equivalent: 10 A 250 V... Terminals 1 . for each output group. There is no connection to the module. Row 2 2 2 Terminal 1 . O16 Output points 9 . 18 (PE) are connected together within the external bus bar. O8 Output points 1 .... 8 9 . Neutral External Fuse 2 3 3 4 18 17 18 18 L1 N L PE L supply: 100 mA 250 V fast blow. Total fuses: 2.... Internal Fuses Labeling of Terminals L1 supply: FF 8 A 250 V fast blow. 8 (group 1) O9 .. 230 VAC LINE (OUTPUTS) IN OUT NEUTRAL Common Connections AC Line Filter Row 3: Terminals 1 . 230 VAC Output Connecting Operating Voltages Connecting Field Devices Fuses (behind protective cover) F1 1 F2 Outputs Group 1 1 (Not Used) 1 Outputs Group 2 8 9 16 N L1 N L 1 6 15 16 N N 2 2 3 3 PE PE 4 4 OUT N PE AC Line Filter 115 . 230 VAC LINE (MODULE) IN OUT NEUTRAL AC Line Filter 24 . 16 (group 2) N Voltage for field devices...4 170 BDO 542 50 –– 24 . Line Module operating voltage.B .... Line Earth ground for field devices Power ground 890 USE 104 00 CE Compliance 105 .. 16 17 Connection O1 . Voltage for field devices.... Row 4: Install an external bus bar at row 4.. 17 (N) are connected together within the module. Neutral Module operating voltage.