The fault monitoring module is used to evaluate and report group errors from the fault monitoring system and to monitor the supply voltages. The error is reported via an N/O contact. Spring-cage connection, standard configuration.
The MINI MCR-SL-FM-RO-(SP) fault monitoring module is used to evaluate and report group errors from the fault monitoring system.
It can be used to monitor the supply voltages of a MINI MCR-SL-PTB-FM-(-SP) power terminal block (Order No. 2902958, 2902959). It also offers the option of detecting and reporting errors from MINI Analog measuring transducers which support fault monitoring and are connected to the fault monitoring module via the ME 6,2 TBUS-2 DIN rail connector (Order No. 2869728). Drawing off the supply is also possible. The error message is reported via an N/C contact. A maximum of 80 measuring transducers can be monitored as a group.
Ambient temperature (operation)
-20 °C ... 65 °C
Ambient temperature (storage/transport)
-40 °C ... 85 °C
Degree of protection
Description of the input
Voltage input for redundancy monitoring
Voltage input signal
9.6 V DC ... 30 V DC
Voltage output signal
8.8 V DC ... 29.2 V DC
Max. output current
Maximum switching voltage
30 V AC/DC
Max. switching current
Supply voltage range
9.6 V DC ... 30 V DC (The DIN rail bus connector (ME 6,2 TBUS-2 1,5/5-ST-3,81 GN, Order No. 2869728) can be used to bridge the supply voltage. It can be snapped onto a 35 mm DIN rail according to EN 60715))
Max. current consumption
< 5 mA (at 24 V DC)
< 120 mW (at 24 V DC)
Conductor cross section solid min.
Conductor cross section solid max.
Conductor cross section AWG min.
Conductor cross section AWG max.
Conductor cross section flexible min.
Conductor cross section flexible max.
Maximum temperature coefficient
< 0.01 %/K
Yellow LED (switching output active), red LED (error)
Basic insulation according to EN 61010
Rated insulation voltage
50 V AC/DC
Test voltage input/output
1.5 kV AC (50 Hz, 1 min.)
Conformance with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 61000-6-2 When being exposed to interference, there may be minimal deviations.