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3.5" (8.89 cm) H x 19" (48.26 cm) W x 10.75" (27.31 cm)
0° C to 50° C
Front-panel "remote/local" button for suspending the generation of command output; power, status, line LED indicators; MIC to audibly monitor remote location.
100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz; 15W
DB9; serial communication at 19.2kbps
DB37; open collector, 30VDC, 250mA maximum, clamped, momentary or latching, latching duration programmable 0.1–25.5 seconds
DB37; input impedance greater than 100kOhms, unbalanced during measurement; >10MOhms, unbalanced, quiescent (nonsampling); 0–10VDC and -5 to 5VDC nominal; 2.44mVDC resolution (12-bit resolution over 10V range); input limits not to exceed -16VDC or 16VDC; RFI immunity at 70dB at 1MHz, 140dB at 100MHz, 170dB at 500MHz
DB37; 16 binary (low/high) channels; input impedance > 24kOhms; input voltage range -30–30VDC continuous; toggle threshold low-to-high with pull-down at 2.5VDC (CMOS compatible), high-to-low with pull-up at 1.5VDC (TTL compatible); RFI immunity 70dB at 1MHz, 140dB at 100MHz, 170dB at 500MHz
RJ-11 connector for telephone line
Audio from the telephone line can be routed to this output for possible use as emergency audio feed to transmitter.
Allows external audio (such as off-air monitor) to be fed to the phone line.
DB9; serial communication at 19.2kbps.
Embedded microprocessor-based design with battery backed real-time clock.
CMOS Static RAM / Flash EPROM (non-volatile memory).
Standard toll-grade telephone circuit or dedicated two or four wire interconnection with toll grade performance; FCC registered; Automatic answering.