How many analog inputs are on a 690+?
The 690+ has four analog inputs: two configurable to receive ±10VDC, 0-20V, 0-20mA, or 4-20mA and two configurable receive ±10VDC, 0-20V. All analog inputs have 10-bit resolution (plus sign bit). The inputs are scanned approximately every 10 milliseconds.
Note: The resolution for the analog input can be increased to 12 bit by adding a systems expansion PCB.
How many analog outputs are on a 690+?
The 690+ has three configurable analog outputs: two to output ±10VDC, and one to output 0-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA. The outputs are scanned approximately every 10 milliseconds. The analog outputs have 10-bit resolution (plus sign bit).
How many digital inputs are on a 690+?
The 690+ has eight digital inputs, seven configurable, all rated at +24VDC, 100mA. The inputs are sampled approximately every 10 milliseconds.
How many digital outputs are on a 690+?
The 690+ has three volt free digital output contacts. They are configurable and rated at 3A @ 230VAC.
Note: A system expansion PCB provides the drive with five extra digital in/outputs.
What additional inputs and outputs are available on the 690+ Systems Board?
The 690+ Systems Board has five additional I/O that can be configured as a 24V digital output contacts. An external 24V supply is required (0V to A1, +24V to B1). The Systems Board also has terminations for a Reference Encoder (B2 - B7), a Slave (Feedback) Encoder (C1 - C6), and a Slave Encoder Repeater Output (D1 - D6).