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AXL F RTD4 1H 2688556 PHOENIX CONTACT Axioline F temperature module, 4 inputs for connecting resistance temp..

AXL F RTD4 1H

2688556

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Axioline F temperature module, 4 inputs for connecting resistance temperature detectors (including bus base module and connectors)

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Product description

The module is designed for use within an Axioline F station.

It is used to acquire signals from resistive temperature sensors.

The module supports all common platinum and nickel sensors according to DIN EN 60751 and SAMA. Cu10, Cu50, Cu53 sensors as well as various KTY8x sensor types are also supported.

Dimensions

Width35 mm
Height126.1 mm
Depth54 mm
Note on dimensionsThe depth is valid when a TH 35-7.5 DIN rail is used (according to EN 60715).

Ambient conditions

Ambient temperature (operation)-25 °C ... 60 °C
Ambient temperature (storage/transport)-40 °C ... 85 °C
Permissible humidity (operation)5 % ... 95 % (according to DIN EN 61131-2)
Permissible humidity (storage/transport)5 % ... 95 % (according to DIN EN 61131-2)
Air pressure (operation)70 kPa ... 106 kPa (up to 3000 m above sea level)
Air pressure (storage/transport)70 kPa ... 106 kPa (up to 3000 m above sea level)
Degree of protectionIP20

Connection data

DesignationAxioline F connector
Connection methodPush-in connection
Note on connection methodPlease observe the information provided on conductor cross sections in the “Axioline F: system and installation” user manual.
Conductor cross section solid min.0.2 mm²
Conductor cross section solid max.1.5 mm²
Conductor cross section flexible min.0.2 mm²
Conductor cross section flexible max.1.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG min.24
Conductor cross section AWG max.16
Stripping length8 mm

General

Net weight144 g
Note on weight specificationswith connectors and bus base module
Mounting typeDIN rail

Interfaces

DesignationAxioline F local bus
Connection methodBus base module
Transmission speed100 MBit/s

Axioline potentials

Communications power UBus5 V DC (via bus base module)
Current consumption from UBusmax. 140 mA
Supply for analog modules UA24 V DC
Current consumption from UAmax. 17 mA

Analog inputs

Number of inputs4 (for resistance temperature detectors)
Input nameAnalog inputs
Description of the inputInputs for resistive temperature sensors
Connection methodSpring-cage connection with direct connector-in method
2, 3, 4-wire (shielded)
Sensor types (RTD) that can be usedPt, Ni, KTY, Cu sensors
Linear resistance measuring range0 Ω ... 500 Ω
0 kΩ ... 5 kΩ
Nominal value of the current sources1 mA (Pt 100, Ni 100, RLin 500 Ω; pulse current, the specification is valid during the sampling phase)
Measured value representation16 bits (15 bits + sign bit)
Resolution A/D24 bit
Protective circuitShort-circuit protection, overload protection of the inputs
Data formatsIB IL, S7-compatible
PrecisionSee Tables under tolerance values
Input filter time40 ms

Datasheet - PDF

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PHOENIX CONTACT-2688556-AXL F RTD4 1HEnglish200 KbytesPHOENIX CONTACT-2688556-AXL F RTD4 1H

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