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alarm intergrator, ywa10

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Often in the design of a control system the requirement to provide a "common" alarm signal to say drive an audible alarm or signal a BMS system is required. However, it is sometimes required that after an alarm input signal is received the output relay is cancelled, thus say silencing an audible even if the alarm input is still present, but also with an alarm contact still to remain to give silent indication. The YWA10 achieves this function. The YWA10 is only available in 24VACDC input voltage. In all cases the input signals must be derived from the same source, with AC versions also derived from the same phase. The integral electronics ensures that each input is electrically isolated from each other, thus preventing feedbackfrom occurring between inputs

10 INPUT, TWIN OUTPUT, MUTABLE & REPEATABLE alarm module YWA10
YWA9, YWA15, Alarm Integrator, ywricd

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Often in the design of a control system the requirement to provide a "common" alarm signal to say drive an audible alarm or signal a BMS system is required. Alarm integrators are single modules available in a number of input ways. The integral electronics ensures that each input is electrically isolated from each other, thus preventing feedback from occurring between inputs. This construction enables a single unit to effectively monitor many different circuits and/or sensors and provide a common alarm output. Indicator lamps may also be connected to each input to show and display the alarm source. To increase the number of alarm ways units can be linked together to facilitate this, the alarm output contacts will require to be wired out in parallel from each unit. The alarm output is a volt free relay output. The YWRICD is a 1C/O output, whilst the YWA9 and YWA15 is a 1N/O output. The alarm integrators are available in various input voltages. However, a mix of input voltages on one unit is not possible and in all cases the input signals must be derived from the same source, with AC versions also derived from the same phase. The alarm integrators use very high voltage tolerant components, such as avalanche diodes. Avalanche diodes are especially suitable for withstanding high voltage as the construction is a diode and varistor combined.

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11wa8, Alarm Integrator,

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Often in the design of a control system the requirement to provide a “common” alarm signal to say drive an audible alarm or signal a BMS system is required.
Alarm integrators are single modules available in a number of input ways. The integral electronics ensures that each input is electrically isolated from each other, thus preventing feedback from occurring between inputs. This construction enables a single unit to effectively monitor many different circuits and/or sensors and provide a common alarm output. Indicator lamps may also be connected to each input to show and display the alarm source. To increase the number of alarm ways units can be linked together to facilitate this, the alarm output contacts will require to be wired out in parallel from each unit.
The alarm output is a volt free relay output. The 11WA8 has 1N/O output.
The alarm integrators are available in various input voltages. However, a mix of input voltages on one unit is not possible and in all cases the input signals must be derived from the same source, with AC versions also derived from the same phase. The alarm integrators use very high voltage tolerant components, such as avalanche diodes. Avalanche diodes are especially suitable for withstanding high voltage as the construction is a diode and varistor combined.
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Alarm Integrator, ywa5

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Often in the design of a control system the requirement to provide a "common" alarm signal to say drive an audible alarm or signal a BMS system is required. However, it is sometimes required that after an alarm input signal is received the output relay is cancelled, thus say silencing an audible even if the alarm input is still present. The YWA5 achieves this function. The YWA5 is available in various input voltages. However, a mix of input voltages on one unit is not possible and in all cases the input signals must be derived from the same source, with AC versions also derived from the same phase. The integral electronics ensures that each input is electrically isolated from each other, thus preventing feedback from occurring between inputs. The YWA5 use very high voltage tolerant components, such as avalanche diodes. Avalanche diodes are especially suitable for withstanding high voltages

REPEATING ALARM INTEGRATORS . ywa5