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Andrew Hall
post Oct 21 2009, 08:54 AM
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Please tell me what the difference is between 81 532 104 and 81 532 102 sub-bases. It's not clear to me from the catalog information.

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post Oct 21 2009, 09:33 AM
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Hello Andrew.

Sub-base 81 532 104 can be either a single sub-base or an end base. Sub-base 81 532 102 is an associable sub-base

If you are using only one logic element, you do need to use sub-base 81 532 104.

If you are placing and/or connecting several logic elements on the same physical place you can do it by using one end sub-base and a associable sub-base per each additional elements. That way, you will have just one supply port connection that will run through all the sub-bases. Also, you can configure the connection from one sub-base to the next one by using the selector that comes with sub-base 81 531 102.

For example, if you have 2 timers and 2 AND elements and you want to connect them together you can do it using one 81 532 104 and three 81 531 102. That simplifies the connections and allows you to maximize your space.

Hope this is clear.

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