Opto Isolated Superverter
0315-0188 Rev. E
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The Model 245 Opto Isolated Superverter provides for a complete full-duplex conversion from RS-232 to RS-422 or RS-485, while electrically isolating the different interfaces. Isolation is an important consideration if the systems to be connected use different power sources, have noisy signals, or must operate at different ground potentials.
Conforms to CCITT V.24 and RS-232. Pins 2 and 3 Transmit and Receive Data (switch selectable); Pin 4 ( RTS) tied to Pin 5 (CTS); Pins 6 (DSR), 8 (DCD) and 20 (DTR) are connected together; Pin 7 RS-232 Signal Ground.
Pins 2 and 14 Transmit Data; Pins 3 and 16 Receive Data; Pin 7 RS-422 Signal Ground.
RS-232 = DB-25M,
Isolation: 1000 V
Data Rate: 0 to 128 KBPS
Indicators: Four LED's
RS-232 TD and RD
Power: Four Options
245 = 110 VAC, 60 Hz
DTE/DCE, SW1 and SW2, four-position Dip switches.
Environment: 0 to 50 C, 0% to 95% RH.
The Model 245 is designed to interface RS-232 equipment with either RS-422 or RS-485 devices. When configured for RS-485, the Model 245 can be set to sense when data is being transmitted by the RS-232 side to enable the RS-485 transmitter. Alternatively, either RTS or DTR can be used to control the transmitter.
The user also has the ability to enable a 220-Ohm
terminator when the Model 245 is configured for RS-485 two-wire.
To configure the unit to a particular mode select the option
from the chart that follows.
X = User option
SW2A = 220-Ohm Terminator. Use only if required in RS-485 two-wire.
SW2D is not used.
OFF = Switch up
ON = Switch down
In addition to the two four-position Dip switches, the user must also determine if the Model 245 will behave as a DTE or DCE device. When connecting the Model 245 to a DTE device (e.g., a PC) configure the unit for DCE. When connecting to a DCE device (e.g., a modem) the Model 245 is configured for DTE.
When the Model 245 is configured as an RS-232 to RS-422 interface, the unit performs full-duplex conversion of TD and RD signals. On the RS-422 side Pins 2 and 14 are Transmit Data while 3 and 16 are Receive Data. When the RS-232 data is negative (mark state) the RS-422 Transmit Data (Pin 2) will be low-logic "zero," while Pin 14 will be a high or logic "one" (when referenced to Signal Ground, Pin 7).
In four-wire mode the Model 245 Receiver is always ON and the Transmitter can be controlled in one of two ways. Firstly, the transmitter can be enabled when the RTS or DTR are enabled or go high (depending on the mode selected). Secondly, the user may turn the Transmitter ON when data is applied to the Model 245 from an RS-232 device.
The RS-485 two-wire mode uses one twisted pair to transmit and receive data. The Model 245 is normally in receive mode or waiting for data from RS-485 equipment. When a device initiates transmission it uses RTS, DTR or data from the RS-232 to enable its transmitter, depending on the mode set for the Model 245. The Model 245 uses Pins 2 and 14 for its connections to an RS-485 device.
The Model 245 can be ordered with three different power configurations: 110 VAC, 220 VAC, -24 VDC. See the following diagram for the DC power connector.
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