AT605 4044 WLC OPAC KIT

Emission measurement devices

AT605 4044 WLC OPAC KIT


Functions

  • This setup is used for replacement of cable interconnection between an opacimeter and a PC.
  • This replacement does not need any other steps but setting “Wireless version” in the AT605 “Configuration“.
  • The modules are equipped with two indication LEDs:
    • Red for on/off indicati
    • Blue for indication that the interconnection between modules is active

Technical parameters

  • Modules of Power Class 1 are used
  • If there is direct visibility between the modules, the maximum range of the interconnection is 100 m
  • The PC module is supplied with power form the USB connector with the maximum current consumption of 250 mA
  • The Opacimeter module is supplied with power form the Opacimeter connector with a D.C. voltage of 12 V and the maximum current consumption of 250 mA

Set

AT605 4044 WLC OPAC KIT

AT605 4044 - WLC OPAC KIT / PWR-RS232
  • This setup is used for replacement of cable interconnection between an opacimeter and a PC.
AT605 4040 - BT adapter OPAC/PWR
  • bluetooth module with power supply for Opacimeter
AT130 4001 - BT adapter PC-RS232
  • Bluetooth module for PC

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AT605 4044 WLC OPAC KIT (set)



Connection

AT130 4001 – BT adapter PC-RS232


  • The PC module (1) is connected to a PC via two connectors.
  • USB (1a) only supplies the module with power.
  • RS232 (1b) communicates with the PC via an RS232 interface

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AT1310 4001 – BT adapter PC-RS232



Connection

AT605 4040 – BT adapter OPAC/PWR


  • The Opacimeter modules (2) is connected to the AT605 opacimeter (smoke-opacity meter) with two bolts (commonly used for the stand fixation).
  • Both the communication (2b) and power-supply (2a) connectors are set up following the Figure shown below.
  • The module further contains the wall-socket power-supply cable (2c) and power switch (2d).

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AT1310 4001 – BT adapter PC-RS232




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Last page update: November 8, 2018