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Detailed technical specifications of ComNet FDC10M1(A), one of over 113 Analogue Transmission from ComNet
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ComNet FDC10M1(A) contact closure transceiver

Fully compliant with environmental requirements, the ComNet FDC10M1(A) analogue transmission is a solution designed for Building Automation and Environmental Control Systems. Plus, the plug-and-play design of this bi-directional contact closure transceiver makes installation easy requiring no electrical or optical adjustments. The ComNet FDC10M1(A) analogue transmission has two relay outputs and one relay input, whose positions are indicated by separate bi-color indicators for each relay. The Red indicator for Carrier Detect and the Green one for Relay closed. This bi-directional contact closure transceiver also protects from power surges and voltage transient events, as its power and signal input/output lines have Voltage transient protection.
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ComNet FDC10M1(A) CCTV transmission system
Model CodeFDC10M1(A)
Transmission typeFibre Optic
Alarm Inputs1 ~ 3
Transmission Range m16,000
Number of Fibres1
Physical SpecificationsWeight g: 500
Dimensions mm: 104 x 95 x 27
Electrical SpecificationsPower Consumption: 80 mA
Voltage: 8 ~ 15 V DC
Environmental SpecificationsOperating Temp oC: -40 ~ +75 C (-40 ~ +167 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
Model InfoComNet FDC10M1(A) contact closure transceiver provides bi-directional transmission of contact closure over one multimode optical fiber. The bi-directional contact closure module has two relay outputs and one relay input. One relay output follows the “relay input” at the remote end. When the remote “relay input” is shorted, the local relay output is closed and vice-versa. The second relay output is closed when “carrier” is detected from the remote end, this indicates that the optical fiber is connected and that the remote end has power and is operating.

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