Datalogger & VBus®-accessories
VBus® converter heat quantity to impulses
Article-no: 180 008 20 | Price bracket B 142,00 € Add to wish list
The number of VBus® accessories that can be connected to one controller depends on the sum of their current consumption and on the current supply of the controller VBus®.
|Device||Maximum current consumption|
|VBus®/PWM interface adapter||6,5 mA|
|VBus®/USB interface adapter||6,5 mA|
|VBus®/LAN interface adapter||6,5 mA|
|Datalogger DL2||1,5 mA|
|Datalogger DL3||VBus® 1-5: 10 mA
VBus® 6: 0.5 mA
|KM1 Communication module||1,5 mA|
|Smart Display SDFK||25 mA|
|Smart Display SD3||17,5 mA|
|GA3 Large Display||1 mA|
|AM1 alarm module||16,5 mA|
|EM/EM HP||1 mA|
|WMZ G1||35 mA|
The VBus®-Repeater amplifies the VBus® signal of a controller and supplies a current of 200 mA in total to modules connected.
The STA-W Module is an interface designed for the exchange of heat quantity measurement values between RESOL devices and external appliances. It can be connected to a RESOL controller or a calorimeter via the VBus®. Whenever the heat quantity increases by 1 kWh, the module operates a potential-free contact which is connected to the central building management system. The total number of operated contacts can be visualised as heat quantity by the software of the central building management system.
Power supply: RESOL VBus®
Data interface: RESOL VBus®
Housing: plastic, PC-ABS and PMMA
Mounting: wall mounting
Indication/Display: 1 LED
Ingress protection: IP 20, mit Dichtung IP 22 (DIN 40050)
Ambient temperature: 0 ... 40 °C
Dimensions: Ø 139 mm, depth 45 mm
Max. frequency: 5 Hz
Ingress protection: Protection type: IP 20, with insulation IP 22 IEC 60529
Product photosSTA-W (9882 kB)
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