D3-16TR

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16 Point, 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module

D3-16TR

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16 Point, 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module

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Product Description

Automation Direct's 16 Point, 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module was made by Koyo and PLC Direct. For every 8 points on the module, there is an isolated output common. The output type of the module is a SPST 16 form A. The device weighs 8.5 ounces. There is a removable terminal that gives the module the ability of remote use. There is a logic side status indicator that allows the user to get notified of the issues within the system.

The operating voltage of the 16 Point, 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module ranges from 5 to 30 VDC and from 5 to 265. The peak input voltage of the device is 30 VDC and 265 VAC. The max current is 2 amps per resistive point and 8 amps per common. The maximum leakage current is .01 mA at 220 VDC. The AC frequency of the module volleys between 47 an 63 hertz.

The maximum inrush current for the 16 Point , 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module is 2 amps. The off/on and on/off response for the device has a 12 millisecond limit. The minimum load of the device is 5 mA at 5 volts. The base power requirement of the module is a 9 volt power supply with a 480 mA maximum or a 24 volt power supply.

The searchable product number of the 16 Point, 2 Common Relay Powered Output Module is D3-16TR. The product number of the instruction booklet is the D3-USER-M manual. Call us now to get pricing quotes and information about our warranties.

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