SICAM A8000 RTU: Depending on the power requirements of your system, there are appropriate power supply modules available. The base device (master module) can be used as a stand-alone unit or expanded with additional modules. These modules include external power supply options with power ratings of 12 W and 45 W. For more information on the advantages of using the SICAM A8000 RTU, please refer to the benefits of using SICAM A8000.
In I/O rows, the power supply is integrated into the I/O remote modules (7W output power). If required, external power supply modules can also be used. Here is the overview:
SICAM A8000 RTU Total Power Consumption
SICAM A8000 RTU External power supply modules:
- PS-8620 Power Supply 24-60VDC 12W
- PS-8622 Power Supply 110-220VDC 12W
- PS-8640 Power Supply 24-60VDC 45W
- PS-8642 Power Supply 100-240VDC o. VAC 45W
SICAM A8000 RTU I/O Remote modules with integrated power supply for I/O rows:
- CI-8530 SICAM I/O Remote 24-60VDC el.
- CI-8531 SICAM I/O Remote 24-60VDC F/O
- CI-8532 SICAM I/O Remote 110-220VDC el.
- CI-8533 SICAM I/O Remote 110-220VDC F/O
To select the appropriate power supply, you must determine the power requirement of the base device and, if applicable, each I/O row. To do this, add up the power consumption of all SICAM A8000 modules and any modems that may be included.
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|Modules||Available Power I/O Modules||Available Total Power|
|PS-8620, PS-8622||7 W||12 W|
|PS-8640, PS-8642||8 W||45 W|
|CI-8530, CI-8531, CI-8532, CI-8533||7 W||7 W|
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