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|Ethernet/Power||10/100 Mbps Ethernet RJ-45 port for LAN (uplink) connection. Supports PoE (802.3af). Draws power from either spare line or signal line.|
|Secondary Power||24 VDC (16 – 48 V) secondary power is provided from an external adapter.|
|Relays||There is one Double Throw relay contact with 60W switching power. COM, NO, NC contacts are provided. Max: 250VAC/220VDC, 2A, 60W|
|Input/Output||6 general purpose I/Os are available. Each I/O can be configured as either input, output, or LED driver.|
|Audio Line Out||A balanced 600 ohm audio line out with induction loop signal|
- When the Turbine Kit is connected to the network, its IP address is automatically obtained from a DHCP server or an IP address in the range 169.254.x.x will be assigned.
- To make the kit speak its IP address:
- - connect a speaker to the speaker output
- - connect a button to input 1
- - press the button after startup
The Turbine Compact Kit supports Power over Ethernet (PoE, IEEE 802.3 a-f) where power can be drawn from either the spare line or signal line. If PoE is not available, the Turbine Compact Kit can be connected to a 24 VDC local power supply.
There is one RJ-45 port located on the Turbine Compact Kit that is used for PoE/LAN Ethernet connection.
There are 6 I/O connection options for the Turbine Compact Kit. These connections can be used to interface with external I/O devices. The connections are typically used as digital input (eg. from a closing contact), digital output (5V), or LED driving (20mA max) for connecting sensors, indicators or integration to other systems.
See also Turbine Compact Board Connectors