The Protege DIN Rail 16 Zone Input Expander provides the interface of up to 16 inputs to the Protege integrated access control, security and building automation system, an advanced technology security product providing seamless and powerful integration. The Protege DIN Rail 16 Zone Input Expander provides extensive hardware advancements that allow flexible input programming and configuration.
The Protege DIN Rail 16 Zone Input Expander operates from a 12VDC input. Ultra low current requirements ensuring cost effective power distribution.
Expanding the Protege System with local inputs from the Protege DIN Rail 16 Zone Input Expander allows convenient cost effective expansion:
Single RS-485 communication interface port used for all network communication functions and interconnects to other modules.
Utilizing the latest flash technology and high performance communication mediums the firmware of the Protege DIN Rail 16 Zone Input Expander can be updated using the ICT Loadit utility over the Protege system module network.
|DC Input Voltage||11-14VDC|
|DC Output Voltage||10.83-14.0VDC 0.7A (typical) electronic shutdown at 1.1A|
|Operating Current||80mA (typical)|
|Total Combined Current*||3A (max)|
|Low Voltage Cutout||8.7VDC|
|Low Voltage Restore||10.5VDC|
|Inputs||16 High Security Monitored Inputs(10ms to 1hr input speed programmable)|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||156.8 x 90 x 60mm (6.17 x 3.54 x 2.36")|
|Operating||0°-50°C (32° - 122°F)|
|Storage||-10°- 85°C (14° - 185°F)|
|Humidity||0%-93% non condensing, indoor use only (relative humidity)|
* The Total Combined Current refers to the current that will be drawn from the external power supply to supply the Input Expander and any devices connected to the Expander's outputs. The Auxiliary outputs are directly connected via electronic fuses to the N+ N- input terminals, and the maximum current is governed by the trip level of these fuses.