Analogic Remote Interface Subd 15 pin

  • Only available ON REQUEST (for compatibility with 2000-2011 models).
  • Old standard Remote (0-10V), it was supplied with all products.

Overview of Analogic Remote Interface Subd 15 pin

Pin Signal Description of the Signal Direction
1 Local/Remote Control 0V = Remote mode, Open = Local mode Input
2 Inhibit Control Activated by a TTL or a CMOS signal (3.3 to 18V) Input
3 Current Monitor * 0 to 10 V = 0 to 100% of output current Output
4 Voltage Monitor * 0 to 10 V = 0 to 100% of output voltage Output
5 HV On Control Produced by a fleeting closure to ground Input
6 Interlock Monitor 0V = opened, 15V – 10mA max = closed Output
7 Fault Monitor 0V = fault, 15V – 10mA max = normal mode Output
8 HV Off Control Produced by a fleeting opening to the ground Input
9 Ground Reference For analogic signals Output
10 HV On Monitor 0V = HV off, 15V - 10mA max = HV on Output
11  End of Charge Monitor
(CCR series)

Regulation Mode Monitor
(SR series)
15V – 10mA max = End of charge
(CCR series)
0V = I Reg , +15V, 10mA Max = U Reg
(SR series)
Output
12 Voltage Setting 0 to 10 V = 0 to 100% of output voltage Input
13 Ground Reference For logic signals Output
14 +10V Reference + 10.00V, 5mA max Output
15 Current setting 0 to 10 V = 0 to 100% of output current Input

This is an example of remote control