What is the meaning of E-Line RIO – Leds & status specifications

FAQ #101998

Following modules have status visible directly on the device and in the symbol.

This Faq does explain the meaning of each status. This is valid for the following modules. 


1.1 Analog inputs

1.1.1 LED signalization

 

 

                                    LEDs State

Input Mode

OFF

ON

Blink

0…10V

0…325mV

0.325…10V

> 10V

+/-10V

-325mV…325mV

-10…-0.325V

0.325…10V

< -10V

> 10V

0…2k5

-

Value in range

>2k5 or open        *

0…7k5

-

Value in range

>7k5 or open        *

0…300k

-

Value in range

>300k or open      *

Pt 1000

-

Value in range

< -50°C                 *

> 400°C or open   

Ni 1000

-

Value in range

< -50°C                 *

> 210°C or open   

Ni 1000 L&S

-

Value in range

< -30°C                 *

> 140°C                

*) To avoid error indication (blinking LED) unused inputs should be configured in voltage range (default).

 

 

1.1.2     Status register

 

The analog input status registers are updated cyclically when the firmware read the inputs.
Each register contain 4 analog input states, one byte by channel.

Below for example the AnalogueInputStatus0_3:

The state register has 2 bits for information about overflow & underflow and the 6 others are reserved

 

The status is cleared when the input has again a correct value.

 

1.2  Analog outputs

1.2.1    LED signalization

 

                                    LEDs State

OFF

ON

Blink

0…325mV

0.325…10V

-

 

 

 

1.3 Digital input

1.3.1    LED signalization

 

                                    LEDs State

OFF

ON

Blink

0…5V

15V…24V

-

 

 

1.4 Relay output

1.4.1    LED signalization

 

                                    LEDs State

OFF

ON

Blink

Low

High

-