Raise/Lower to Analogue Module




The AUD converts a floating point signal into a linear analogue output. There are Two inputs on the AUD, one to increase the analogue output and one to decrease the analogue output.
The output of the AUD is stable when the inputs are both off.
A contact closure or voltage signal to either input will cause the output of the AUD to begin to ramp either up or down depending on which input was activated. If both inputs are “ON” the output will reset to the lowest valve of the selected range.



Supply Voltage:                        24…35Vdc or 21.6…28Vac 50/60Hz.

Supply Current:                        208mA max.

Signal Source:                            Relay contact closure, transistor, or triac

Signal Trigger Level:               Normal Mode: 5 to 26.4 VDC

                                  24 to 26.4 VAC

Triac Mode:        24 to 26.4 VAC

Range Rates of Change:       45, 60, 120, 240 seconds

Voltage Preset Ranges:        Dip Switch Selectable: 0…1Vdc, 1…2Vdc, 0…4Vdc,

 1…5Vdc, 0…10Vdc, 1…11Vdc, 0…13Vdc, 1…14Vdc.

Voltage Ranges:                         Adjustable 0…20Vdc

Voltage Output Load:            3300 ohms minimum at 20 Volts ± 10%

 400 ohms minimum at 10 Volts ± 10%

Current Preset Ranges:        Dip Switch Selectable: 0…16mA, 4…20mA

Current Ranges:                        Adjustable 0…20mA

Current Output Load:            0 to 750 ohms maximum.

Accuracy:                                       +/- 3% of span for adjustable ranges

Resolution:                                    256 steps (all ranges)

Power Output (for user):      24 VDC (+/- 10%), 48mA maximum

Dimensions:                                  3.75” L x 2.25” W x 1.15” H

Mounting:                                       DIN rail mounted

Operating Temp.:                       0…70°C

Storage Temp.:                            –20…80°C

Operating Humidity:               10% to 95% non-condensing

Weight 107 g
Specification Guide