Regarding your single dry contact RJ-45 sensor, when this is used as an output, the documentation says that Pin 2 (I/O) can source up to 20mA, so how much current can be taken from Pin 1 ? the 5V supply and how much current will Pin 2 sink?

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We recommend 200mA of current can be taken from Pin 1 with the 5V supply. A: Pin 2 will sink 20mA of current.

AKCPRegarding your single dry contact RJ-45 sensor, when this is used as an output, the documentation says that Pin 2 (I/O) can source up to 20mA, so how much current can be taken from Pin 1 ? the 5V supply and how much current will Pin 2 sink?

Regarding your single dry contact RJ-45 sensor, can you please confirm the pin-out information for a dry contact that connects to one of the dry contact ports, also which pin supplies power (pin1, 5v,)?

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Here is the pin-out for the dry contact sensor. The RJ-45 the combination is: White/orange, orange, white/green, blue, white/blue, green, white/brown, brown. On the sensor on the black wire: white/green … Read More

AKCPRegarding your single dry contact RJ-45 sensor, can you please confirm the pin-out information for a dry contact that connects to one of the dry contact ports, also which pin supplies power (pin1, 5v,)?

I am sure that all settings for the Digital Voltmeter sensor are correct, but it seems to have error in the reading. How can I correct this error?

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The Digital Voltmeter and 4-20mA sensors have an input as analog signal which will be converted to digital using an A/D converter. Normally, the A/D converter is calibrated in production … Read More

AKCPI am sure that all settings for the Digital Voltmeter sensor are correct, but it seems to have error in the reading. How can I correct this error?