COMNET 8-Channel Supervised Contact Closure Multimode Fiber Receiver (Non-Latching, 10 mi)

BH #COFDC80NLRM1 • MFR #FDC80NLRM1
COMNET 8-Channel Supervised Contact Closure Multimode Fiber Receiver (Non-Latching, 10 mi)
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$900.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

COMNET 8-Channel Supervised Contact Closure Multimode Fiber Receiver (Non-Latching, 10 mi)

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COMNET FDC80NLRM1 Overview

The ComNet FDC80 series contact closure transmitter and receiver units provide transmission of up to eight independent supervised or unsupervised dry switch or relay contact closures over a single optical fiber, or any two-wire RS-485 copper circuit. Microprocessor-based logic transmits the contact closure information in packets that are ordered and encoded, ensuring extremely robust and reliable transmission.

Key Features

  • Indicating LEDs for monitoring power, contact closure status, and summary fault
  • Automatic resettable solid-state current limiters
  • Microprocessor-based logic and latching relays in the receiver unit
UPC: 845770008296

COMNET FDC80NLRM1 Specs

General
Device TypeContact closure extender
Form FactorExternal
Networking
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Max Transfer Distance9.9 miles
Status IndicatorsPower, fail, link/activity
FeaturesHot swap module replacement, over-current protection
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces8 x contact closure (output) - terminal block
1 x network
Miscellaneous
MTBF100,000 hours
Compliant StandardsFCC Part 15, RoHS, cULus, NEMA TS-2, NEMA TS-1
Power
Power Consumption Operational3 Watt
Dimensions & Weight
Width5.3 in
Depth6.1 in
Height2.2 in
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - lifetime
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature-40 °F
Max Operating Temperature167 °F
Humidity Range Operating0 - 95% (non-condensing)
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