Sensor Hub

POE-SEN


specifications for adding third-party devices

CONNECTING THIRD-PARTY DEVICES TO THE NETWORK

The sensor hub allows for nearly any 0-10 volt or 4-20 mA analog input and open collector or dry contact input to be used with the system. The peripherals connect to our Sensor Hub which connects to our POE Light Node Assemblies, easily adding the new devices to the light control network.

   0-10 VOLT INPUT
Linear dimming with analog input from a legacy dimming station. Environmental monitoring with analog 0-10 sensor.

   4-10 mAmp INPUT
Environmental monitoring with 4-20 milliamp analog sensor.

   DRY CONTACT INPUT
Control or event monitoring with dry contact or open collector signal

 

 


 

SKU: POE-SEN Category:

Product Details

Ordering Information

PRODUCT

APPLICATION

POE-SEN-4A
Sensor Hub

AAAA 0-10V Digital/Dry Contact Devices

AABB 0-10V Digital/0-10V Analog Devices

BBBB 0-10V Analog Devices

CCCC 4-20mA Devices

Sample: POE-SEN-4A-CCCC

specifications

Maximum Output Current

Channel and Model Dependent 100- 2000mA, DC 1 to 4 Channels Nominal Maximum Output Current as Supplied.

Peripheral Communication Bus

2-twisted pairs 18-24 AWG Stranded or Solid wire 1 Pair – 1 Mbps differential data pair – CAN 2.0 (ISO 11898-2) 1 Pair – +12 VDC @ 500mAmps Maximum

sensor hub applications

AAAA

Control Devices, Contact Sensor, On/Off

AABB

2 Contact Sensors, 2 Voltage Sensors (0-10V)

BBBB

Voltage Sensors (0-10V)

CCCC

Current Sensors (4-20mA)

environmental specifications

Safety Compliance

Compliant with UL 924 & UL 2108

ROHS

Compliant

DLC

DesignLights Consortium networked lighting controls systems qualified product.

Normal Operating Temperature and Altitude (Density Altitude)

-5°C to +45°C (+23°F to +113°F), up to 5000ft (1500m)

-5°C to +40°(+23°F to +104°F), up to 10,000ft (3000m)

Min ambient temperature for cold start is 0°C (+32°F)

Relative Humidity

10% to 95%, noncondensing

Storage Environment

Temperature: -40°C to +70°(+40°F to +158°F)

Location

For use in dry locations.

downloads

Data Sheet
Cabling and Connector Considerations