Features

The Informer Sensor Interface Unit (CS-SIU) enhances notification capabilities by connecting to and controlling external devices and third-party equipment.  An Informer CS-SIU automatically initiates predefined SmartMsg alerts by sensing changes in dry contact closure status resulting from a panic button or alarm system activation, PLC equipment failure, motion-sensor detection, pre-designated temperature-sensor settings, etc. Opto-isolated inputs enable each CS-SIU to sense and monitor 16 different external devices simultaneously.  Upon activation, predefined SmartMsg alerts assigned to each relay input can be sent to notify individual users or groups.

CS-SIUs provide the ability to simultaneously control and activate up to four devices or equipment through  receipt of a SmartMsg alert or activation of the relay through SmartMsg CenterPoint software.  The four output relays, which provide normally open or closed contacts, support tasks ranging from turning lights on/off to activating alarm systems, strobe lights, sirens, door locks and a host of other devices and equipment.

An CS-SIU also enables SmartMsg users to be instantly notified of changes in the status of equipment and devices at local and remote locations.  A single SmartMsg alert can activate multiple SIUs in support of multi-site notifications, thereby making it the ideal solution for large industrial complexes, healthcare facilities, schools and university campuses and office buildings.

Specifications

Power Requirements 8 - 30VDC, supplied with a 9VDC 108 - 128VAC, 60Hz wall transformer
Operating Current <360mA @ 12VDC
SIU Output 4 N.O/N.C relays with Maximum courage
250VAC/30VDC maximum current 10A
Wire size 16-24 AWG
SIU Input 16 _ surge protected, optically-isolated inputs
Wire size 16-24 AWG
Physical Dimensions 1.7" (H) x 14.0" (W) x 6.4"(D)
43.5mm x 355.6mm x163.6mm
Weight 2.5 lbs
Shipping Weight 4 lb
Operating Temperature Minimum -22 °F
Operating Temperature Maximum 140 °F
Humidity Range 0-95%, non-condensing

Resources

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