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#1 jTRAN

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Posted 23 September 2005 - 06:11 PM

Hi,

Please help me with 84060001 application notes in detail. How it works...

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John Tran

#2 Ronnie Haiduk

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Posted 24 September 2005 - 04:14 PM

Hi John, the 84060001 is used in conjunction with Crouzet's GN series DC input solid state relays. It monitors the input and output and tells you if you have problems. It will tell you if the output is shorted or open (no load connected). One thing to remember is that the input to the SSR has to be grounded. Some applications switch the negative terminal on the input to turn the relay on and off. The 84060001 will not work properly if this is done. You will also need a seperate DC voltage for the smart module with the grounds tied together. You can use the same voltage that you use on the relay but it needs to be on all the time for the module to work properly. Click here to get the spec sheet.



#3 rplecha

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 11:38 AM

Hi Ronnie,
We us alot of the 84060001s and lately have been having a bunch of failures in the solid state alarm output circuit. The failed units all have alarm output voltages of 3.3V when they should be "high" which is characteristically 22-23V when "high" on a good unit. We are trying to figure out if it's something that we are doing which is causing the problem. At this time we are going to test each unit as it comes in and will have better data as to the as-received status soon. Would it be possible to get an internal schematic of the 84060001?

Rich
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#4 Ronnie Haiduk

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 08:20 AM

Hi RIch, no we do not give out schematics for our parts. If you would like to find out what failed you need to contact the distributor you bought them from and ask for a RMA with a failure analysis report.






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