PS-24V

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Wiring a Terminal Base
You can wire a terminal base prior to installing an electronics module.
1/11/2019
5/25/2018
5/3/2018
5/3/2018
Powering Up a Device
You perform the following steps to power up a device.
3/3/2018
Power Budget
Use the power budget to calculate the maximum number of devices that the power supply can supply. If more devices are used, additional power supplies must be added to the I/O bus.
10/12/2017
I/O Bus Parts
The I/O bus consists of the following parts:
10/12/2017
I/O Bus Restrictions
The I/O bus imposes restrictions on the number of devices that can be connected to the bus and what type of devices that are allowed on certain positions.
10/12/2017
I/O Bus
The I/O bus is a common bus that delivers power, address information, and communication to all devices connected to the bus. The I/O bus is provided to the devices through the backplane in the terminal bases. The term I/O bus also denotes the chain of devices that are connected together.
10/12/2017
Device Addressing
Each device can detect its order in the chain of connected devices and assigns itself an address accordingly. This auto-addressing feature is provided by the terminal base backplane.
10/12/2017

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