CO 112
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General features DATA SHEET CO CO2 transmitter Configurable intermediary ranges 0-10 V active output, power supply 24 Vac/Vdc (3-4 wires) ABS V0 housing, IP65 (depending on model), with or without display *All the accuracies indicated in this technical datasheet were stated in laboratory conditions, and can be guaranteed for measurements carried out in the same conditions, or carried out with calibration compensation. Range from 0 to 5,000 ppm • "A turn" system mounting with wall-mount plate • Housing with simplified mounting system Features of the housing Material Protection Height of digits Cable gland only for duct model Weight ABS V0 as per UL94 Duct model: IP65 Ambiant model: IP20 LCD 10 digits. Size: 50 x 17 mm Value: 10 mm; Unit: 5 mm For cables 08 mm maximum Ambiant model: 150 g Duct model: 162 g Part number Example: CO112-ANA CO2 transmitter, 0-10 V or 4-20 mA active transmitter, without display and with duct probe. Important note: The duct model is available only without display.

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Technical specifications Active 0-10 V or 4-20 mA (power supply 24 Vac/Vdc ±10%), 3-4 wires Common mode voltage <30 VAC Maximum load: 500 Ω (4-20 mA) or 1 kΩ (0-10 V) Output / Power supply Consumption 3 VA (0-10 V) or 3 VA (4-20 mA) 2014/30/EU EMC 2014/35/EU Low voltage 2011/65/EU RoHS II 2012/19/EU WEEE European directives Electronic board and measuring element fixed to the front panel of the sensor, allowing you to leave your installation intact to configure or calibrate your instruments. 4 fils Air and neutral gases 4 fils 1. Infrared sensor + + 2. Inactive switch 3. Active switch V V 4....

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Settings and use of the transmitter To configure the transmitter, it must not be energized. Then you can make the required settings thanks to the DIP switches as shown on the drawing below. When the transmitter is configured, you can power it up. To configure the transmitter, unscrew the 4 screws of the housing then open it. DIP switches allowing the different settings are accessible. Active switch On-off switch ■ □ Setting of output Setting of measuring range Off On Measuring range setting To set a measuring range, put the on-off switches 2, 3 and 4 as shown below: Measuring ranges...

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Mounting To mount the transmitter, mount the ABS plate on the wall (drilling: 06 mm, screws and pins are supplied). Insert the transmitter on the fixing plate (see A on the drawing beside). Rotate the housing in clockwise direction until you hear a "click" which confirms that the transmitter is correctly installed. Ambient model has not any fixing plate. 4 fixing holes are inside the back housing. Use them to install the transmitter on the required location. Positioning of the probe For duct model For duct models, the positioning of the probe is important to get accurate measurements: the...

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