MultiTek Transducer Trip Relay

M200-TAU DC volts or mA under trip
M200-TAO DC volts or mA over trip
M200-TAC DC volts or mA combined trip

The M200 DC transducer trips have endless applications. As the name implies they are designed to accept inputs from transducers and transmitters, and provide a relay operation when the transducer signal deviates outside a pre-set limit.
Any of the M100 series transducers can be used with the transducer trip. A typical application is to control power using a M100-WA5 with a 4-20mA signal fed to a M200- TAO. For example the output goes above a pre-set limit of 80%, the TAO relay will close, setting off an alarm or shutting down a process.
Either DC voltage or DC current inputs can be used. As is common with all the M200 relays, on over units the relay energises when the input signal exceeds the trip point and on under units the relay de-energises when the input signal goes below the trip point.
A red LED indicates the state of the relay, while a green LED indicates the condition of the power supply.

1. Adjustable time delay max 30 seconds
2. AC auxiliary in the range 57.7 to 480 volts
3.Calibration at nominal Hz 35…..450Hz
4.Calibration at temperature other than 23º C
Rated value In 0<20mA or 4- 20mA
Voltage drop 1 volt
Rated value Un 1<50 volt or 1-5 volt
Impedance 10k Ohm / Volt
Overload 2xIn 1.5x Un continuous
10x In 2x Un for 3 seconds

Range Over Adjustable 40% to 120% for both
voltage and current input.
Range Under Adjustable 0% to 80% for both voltage and current input.
Repeatability Better than 0.5% of full span
Time delay Adjustable 200 ms to 10 seconds
Differential Fixed 5%

AC Voltage 115/230/400 V
± 25% / 45-65Hz / 2VA
DC voltage 24 volt (± 20% / galvanically isolated)
<3 watt

Single units Approx. 0.4kg. 55mm case
Combined unit Approx. 0.6 kg. 100mm case

Product Code Input Vn or In Aux Freq
M200-TAC 1mA 110v 50Hz

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