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OZD Profi 12M P12 PRO
Interface converter electrical/optical for PROFIBUS-field bus networks; repeater function; for plastic FO; short-haul version
Port type and quantity
2 x optical: 4 sockets BFOC 2.5 (STR); 1 x electrical: Sub-D 9-pin, female, pin assignment according to EN 50170 part 1
Measuring outputs "Optical input power"
3-pin terminal block, screw mounting
5-pin terminal block, screw mounting
Multimode fiber HCS (MM) 200/230 µm
400 m 8 dB link budget at 660 nm and transmitting power default A = 8 dB/km, 2 dB reserve
Multimode fiber POF (MM) 980/1000 µm
50 m 15 dB link budget at 660 nm and transmitting power reduced 80 m 20 dB link budget at 660 nm and transmitting power default A= 0.2 dB/m, 2 dB reserve
max. 200 mA
Input voltage range
-7 V ... +12 V
18 ... 32 VDC, typ. 24 VDC
HIPER-Ring (ring structure), redundant 24 V infeed
Output voltage/output current (pin6)
5 VDC +5%, -10%, short circuit-proof/90 mA
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
35 x 156 x 119 mm
EU Conformity, AUS Conformity Australia
Safety of information technology equipment
ISA 12.12.01 Class 1 Div. 2, ATEX Zone 2
Scope of delivery
device, 4 optical BFOC ST plugs, start-up instructions
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