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RSM610

RSM610
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Control module

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The RSM610 freely programmable control module has the same technology as the UVR16x2 and UVR610 controller. It can be used as an extension or as an independent device.

The module is programmed using the TAPPS2 software. All the function modules of the UVR16x2 controller are available in a maximum program configuration of 44 functions. The RSM610 can be operated via the UVR16x2 oder UVR610 controller, via CAN-MTx2 or via the C.M.I. interface. These devices are likewise used to transfer function data and to update the firmware.

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6 inputs of the types:

PT1000, KTY(1kΩ, 2kΩ), PT100, PT500, Ni1000TK5000, Ni1000, NTC, room sensor, radiation sensor, humidity sensor, rain sensor, max. pulse 10 Hz, voltage up to 3.3V, resistance 1-100kΩ, digital,

Input 4, 5: 0-10V
Input 6: pulses max. 20 Hz (S0 pulses)

10 outputs:

  • 6 relay outputs, one of which can be a potential-free changeover contact
  • 4 multi-function outputs, optionally 0-10V, PWM, relay (e.g. with HIREL22)

Interfaces:

  • DL-Bus, CAN-Bus

Own power supply via integral power supply unit. Simple installation by dividing into controller section and connecting base, suitable for top- hat rail installation. For convenient transfer of function data, the SK-RSM mounting base is available with 230 V and CAN connections.

TAPPS2

The TAPPS2 programming and planning software enables the creation of a logic diagram and the parameterisation of all x2 units (and the UVR1611).

Linux:

Two methods of installation are supported:

  • Debian package (.deb) (e.g., Debian, Ubuntu, Mint)
  • RPM package (.rpm) (e.g., Fedora, openSUSE, Mageia)

For both methods, a menu entry is added to GNOME or the KDE menu, with which the program can be launched. Root authorization is required for installation.

Debian package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i tapps2-1.12-amd64.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

RPM package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program rpm in a terminal window:

rpm -i tapps2-1.12-x86_64.rpm

To update the program (when an older version is already installed), -u should be use instead of -i.

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

TA-Designer

End users operate the system via simple user interfaces. With the TA-Designer, you can create these interfaces to suit your project.

Linux:

Two installation methods for Linux are supported:

  • Debian package (.deb) (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, Mint)
  • RPM package (.rpm) (e.g. Fedora, openSUSE, Mageia)

Both methods add a menu entry to the GNOME or KDE menu with which the programme can be started. For the installation root permissions are required.

Debian package

The package can basically be installed simply by double-clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done with the command line programme dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i ta-designer-1.26-amd64.deb

For the installation, root permissions are required. To do this, either enter su before executing the command, followed by the corresponding password prompt, or precede the command with sudo and enter the password when prompted.

RPM package

In principle, the package can be installed simply by double-clicking on it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done with the command line programme rpm in a terminal window:

rpm -i ta-designer-1.26-x86_64.rpm

To update the programme (an older version is already installed), -U should be used instead of -i.

For the installation, root permissions are required. To do this, either enter su before executing the command, followed by the corresponding password prompt, or precede the command with sudo and enter the password when prompted.

Winsol

Winsol enables the recording and evaluation of the data recorded by the data logger (C.M.I., BL-NET or D-LOGG).

Attention: The firmware of the datalogger might have to be updated to use it with the current version of Winsol!

Supported dataloggers:

  • C.M.I. - version 1.25 and above
  • BL-NET - version 2.17 and above
  • D-LOGG /BL232 - version 2.9 or above

Linux:

Three methods of installation for Linux are supported:

  • Debian package (.deb) (e.g., Debian, Ubuntu, Mint)
  • RPM package (.rpm) (e.g., Fedora, openSUSE, Mageia)
  • Raspberry Pi (.deb) version 3 and above

A menu entry is added to GNOME or the KDE menu, with which the program can be launched. Root authorization is required for installation.

Debian package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i tapps2-1.12-amd64.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

Note: When using Ubuntu 18.04, the package "libcurl4" might need to be installed to execute Winsol (sudo apt-get install libcurl4).

RPM package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program rpm in a terminal window:

rpm -i tapps2-1.12-x86_64.rpm

To update the program (when an older version is already installed), -u should be use instead of -i.

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

Raspberry Pi package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i winsol-2.21-armhf.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

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