9610 Push Button Station
The 9610 is a discrete input/output push button panel that features sixteen switches and sixteen tricolor light emitting diodes.
Each of the sixteen membrane switches control a reed relay and can be independently configured as a momentary push-button, a push-on push-off selector switch, or a push to latch switch.
Sixteen tricolor Light Emitting Diodes (LED) can be independently configured to follow the state of the associated optical coupler input or relay output. The on and off color is specified for each LED. The entire configuration for the 9610 is accomplished through the keypad by enabling setup utilities via DIP switches accessed through the rear cover.
Slip in legend tags allow the LEDs and switches to be customized for a particular application.
4¼" wide, 6¼ high, 2" deep
All configuration to the 9610 is accomplished through the keypad using three setup utilities enabled via DIP switches. Configuration information is stored in EEPROM memory allowing it to be changed when your application changes.
An individual LED can be configured to follow the state of its associated input number, associated output number, or disabled. When
a LED is enabled you also specify the color displayed for the off state and on state of the controlling input or output. You can also specify if the LED will light steady or flash.
An individual switch can be configured to function as a momentary push button, a push-on / push-off selector switch, or a push to latch switch.
Momentary Push Button:
Pressing the switch will cause the associated relay output to close. It will remain closed until the switch is released.
Pressing the switch will cause the associated relay to change state. The relay is unaffected when the switch is released.
Push to Latch:
Pressing the switch will cause the associated relay to close. The relay is unaffected when the switch is released. If the associated input has not been configured to unlatch the relay then it will remain closed until power is removed from the 9610. The associated input can be configured to unlatch the output when it changes state, Off-to-On or On-to-Off. While the relay is open the state changes on the associated input are ignored.
Removable terminal blocks simplify wiring.