The INTERBUS bus terminal module connects the terminals of an Inline station with the INTERBUS network. A copper cable or fiber optic cable can be used to couple it to the INTERBUS remote bus. The connection is made accordingly via an INTERBUS Inline shield connector (copper). The bus terminal module takes on the following functions within an Inline station:
– Termination and refreshing of INTERBUS remote bus signals
– Decoupling the outgoing remote bus or the connected input/output modules using a software command
– Supplying the connected input/output modules using an integrated power supply unit
– Connection to functional earth ground when installed on the DIN rail
The Inline terminals can be labeled using hinged labeling fields. The fields have insert cards that can be labeled individually to suit the application. Additionally, there is the ZB-FM-6... Zack marker strip for labeling the terminal points.
Please note the following when you configure the system:
The total logic current of all terminals connected to an Inline bus terminal module must not exceed the maximum permissible total current of 2 A. Therefore, depending on your configuration, the number of terminals that you can connect may be less than 63.
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