|Dimensions:||5" W x 7" H x 1.5" D|
|Max. Switching Current:||1A DC/AC|
|Max. Switching Voltage:||60 VDC/120 VAC|
|Mounting:||wall, frame or rack.|
|Power Input:||21ma @ -48 VDC |
42ma @ -24 VDC
A 120 VAC wall mount transformer is supplied with the -24 VDC unit.
|Interface:||RS 232 |
|Operating Temperature:||32°-140° F (0°-60° C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% non-condensing|
|Discrete Control Module DCM (Dial-up) 16 controls, 2 opto isolated alarm inputs. Relays operate momentary or latch/release. Relay and alarm status displayed on LEDs. Includes 1200 baud internal modem (TRIP protocol), craft port, T/DCM software and cable. DCM may work in conjunction with a DPM to "Echo" alarms via a dial link.|
|Discrete Control Module DCM (Dedicated) As above, for dedicated DCPF facility. Communications interface determined by "docking module" on line port. Specify desired interface with dash number, per note below.|
|DB37 Wire Wrap Block - One or Two 1 ft connectors, Pre-wired DCM: A block that is used to make Wire Wrap connections to a DPM or DCM RTU. Features two alarmed fused inputs, panel/wall mountable, and clear plastic cover. This model is perfect for connecting to single DPM or DCM on a 19"/23" rack mount panel.|
|DCM Interrogator Software Module (1-Port or Multi-Port): Allows the IAM alarm management systems to communicate with devices that use the DCM protocol (MAT's and CPM's).|
|The DCM normally communicates with an alarm master, such a The T/Mon NOC or IAM alarm management system, via a telecom network that may include several other DCM's and other remote devices. It can also report to a PC running T/DCM software.||In an echo application the DCM communicates directly with a DPM, which is its complement with 16 alarm inputs and 2 control relays. The DCM control relays operate when the DPM detects an alarm, providing 16 hard, contact-closures that follow the alarm inputs point-for-point.|
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