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For easier wiring terminal connector ships with labels on it.
|1||“-” line (common) of 24V|
|2||“+” line of 24V|
|3||Isolated gnd for LAN/WAN cable shields|
|4||Relay #1 N.O.|
|5||Common wire for relays #1,2|
|6||Relay #2 N.O.|
|8||RS-485 signal ground|
|9||Data - (B) RS-485|
|10||Data + (A) RS-485|
Switching capacity for relays (SSR) - max. current 100mA ~/=, max. voltage - up to 30V.
When using shielded Ethernet cable its shield will connect to GND terminal, which in his turn recommended to wire to ground for better noise protection.
Voltage input 24V +/- 10% (15%).
Connector for external WiFi antenna is RP-SMA (male) type jack. It is compatible with many other available antennas.
WiFi antenna has SMA (female) plug.
It is possible to connect various USB2.0 devices like RS-485, RS-232 ports, USB hubs, 3G and 4G modems, etc. Max load is 5V 500mA.