iSMA-B-4TO-H | GC5

MINI series I/O

The product group of I/O modules MINI series has been designed to complement the I/O modules of the MIX series. Unlike the MIX series, the MINI line is dedicated to all the applications where hand operating switches are required. The built-in cooling and heating algorithms make them applicable as the standalone controllers. Additionally, the modules support time relay modes dedicated for present detectors. The modules are factory-equipped with the two most popular open communication protocols: Modbus (ASCII, RTU, TCP/IP) and BACnet (MSTP, IP), which are selected using DIP switches.

iSMA-B-4TO-H

The module iSMA-B-4TO-H has 4xTO (Triac Outputs). TO can direct control 24-230 V AC voltage with max. 0,5 A load.

The module is factory-equipped with the two most popular open communication protocols: Modbus ASCII/RTU and BACnet MSTP, which are selected using DIP switches.

Addressing the modules is via rotary switches, which facilitates and accelerates the process of commissioning the system.

                               iSMA-B-4TO-H

Built-in mini USB allows for initial configuration of the unit without power supply.

Specifications
4x Triac Outputs (4TO)
  • Triac outputs:  0,5 A @ 24 V AC, 0,5 A @ 230 V AC
Platform
  • Cortex-M3
Communication
  • Interface RS485 half duplex
  • Up to 99 devices on the bus
  • Protocols: Modbus or BACnet
  • Baud rate: 2400 to 115200 bps
Power supply
  • 24 V AC/DC
Housing
  • Dimension: 37x110x62 mm (1.457 x4.331×2.441 in)
  • Construction: plastic, self-extinguishing (PC/ABS)
  • DIN rail mounting (DIN EN 50022 norm)
  • Cooling: internal air circulation
Environments
  • Operating temperature: -10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F)
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
  • Relative humidity: 5 to 95%, no condensation
  • Ingress Protection Rating: IP40 – for indoor installation

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