Paperless recorder SUP-R4000D
universaldisplayalarm

paperless recorder
paperless recorder
paperless recorder
paperless recorder
paperless recorder
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Characteristics

Type
paperless
Measured physical value
universal
Applications
display, alarm
Number of channels
16-channel

Description

To ensure quality, starting from the core: In order to ensure that each paperless recorder can be long-term stable operation, we carefully selected materials, the use of cortex-M3 chip Security, to avoid accidents: wiring terminals and power wiring are used to protect the back cover to protect the equipment is not damaged due to wiring. Silicone buttons, long life: Silicone buttons to carry out 2 million tests confirmed its long service life. Features Inputs channel: Up to 16 channels of universal input Power supply: 220VAC Output: alarm output, RS485 output Dimensions: 144(W)×144(H)×220(D) mm Product - Paperless recorder Model - SUP-R4000D Display - 5.6 inch TFT display screen Input - Up to 16 channels of universal input Relay output - 250VAC(50/60Hz)/3A Weight - Approx 4.0Kg( without Optional Accessories) Communication - RS485, Modbus-RTU Internal memory - 6 MB Power supply - 220VAC Outer dimensions - 144(W)×144(H)×220(D) mm DIN panel cutout - 137*137mm Description To ensure quality, starting from the core: In order to ensure that each paperless recorder can be long-term stable operation, we carefully selected materials, the use of cortex-M3 chip; Security, to avoid accidents: wiring terminals and power wiring are used to protect the back cover to protect the equipment is not damaged due to wiring; Silicone buttons, long life: Silicone buttons to carry out 2 million tests confirmed its long service life.

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