Extension-Board for the MP01 Mediaplayer

The external non-wearing switch board for the MP01 Mediaplayer.

The external non-wearing switch board extends the application possibilities for the MP01 Mediaplayer.
The board is automatically supplied with the correct operating voltage and switching signals, just by plugging it into the player.

The 9 independent switching outputs are controlled via the GP-Out of the player and the programming of the playlist remains the same.
With the individual switching outputs, potential-free voltages of up to 30V and currents up to 3A can be switched. This allows larger loads such as motors, relays and low-voltage lighting to be controlled.
 

 

Technical Data
Power Supply:

12 V DC
Power Consumption max.:
550 mA
Maximum voltage per switched output:
30 V AC oder DC
Maximum current per switched outpu:
3 A
Outputs:
9 x Potential-free switched outputs (Phoenix Socket 2-pole)
Inputs:
10-Pin Port for switched inputs (Phoenix Plug)
2-Pin Port for Power Supply (Phoenix Plug)

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