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PCS45/PCL45USB CONFIGURATOR FOR MTL CONVERTERS
The PCS45/PCL45USB configurator allows MTL converters to be configured from a standard PC running a Microsoft® Windows® operating system. It comprises PC software, provided on a CD (PCS45), and an ATEX certified interfacing link (PCL45USB). Converters can be configured from the safe area, while on-line, and configurations can be saved to disk and printed out when required. It is suitable for use with MTL4000, MTL4500, MTL5000 and MTL5500 series products.
Pc side: USB B(F) socket
Converter side: cable with 3.5mm jackplug, 3-pole for MTL4500 and MTL5500 series converters. An adapter cable is provided for other earlier MTL converters.
Converter side (fitted): 1.5m
USB cable A(M) to B(M) (supplied): 2m
Ambient temperature limits
–10°C to +60°C operating
–20°C to +70°C storage
5 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
PcS45 configuration software
Compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows 7
Consult MTL for operation with any other operating system,
e.g. Windows Vista™.
PCS45 supplied on CD
Updates are available at www.mtl-inst.com
Recommended minimum Pc configuration
Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows 7
20MB of available hard disc space
CD ROM drive
Available USB port
Printer (local or network)
MTL5991 24V Dc POWER SUPPLY
A DIN-rail mounted unit for locations where a dc supply is not readily available. The wide input power supply range makes this unit universally applicable and the 24V dc, 2A output will drive a useful number of MTL5000 and MTL5500 series modules.
85 to 264V ac 47 to 63Hz
Power dissipation within unit
7.2W @ 2A
35mm DIN (top hat) rail
24V dc nom (23.64 min/24.36 max)
2A maximum (1.7A with <105V ac input)
Green: Power indication
Operating temperature –10°C to +50°C
Storage temperature –40°C to +85°C
Cage clamp type accommodating conductors up to 2.5mm2, stranded or single-core
Note: Segregation between hazardous and safe area wiring must be maintained.
Contact Person: Ms. Steven