The IM02 (MediaBox) communication module allows extending the range of interfaces of the PUE CY10 weighing terminal and 5Y-series balances.
In its standard design, IM02 has such communication interfaces as RS232, 4IN/4OUT and Virtual Com that can be enriched with one extension module, which eventually results in six design variants:
Standard design: RS232, 4 We/Wy and Virtual Com
In the standard design, you obtain 4 outputs (solid-state relays) and 4 inputs controlled with a voltage of 12-24V. To be able to use the IN/OUT interface, you can use the external supply of 12-24V or DC OUT connector. The voltage of DC OUT connector corresponds to the voltage used to supply the IM02 module. If you need more than 12-25V of voltage from the PUE CY10 terminal, you can supply the module with a voltage of up to 24V via an optional power connector – DC 2.1/5.5.
The standard variant also includes a USB-B connector (as in the printer) which can be used to connect the IM02 module to the PC USB port as a virtual RS232 interface. You can use the connector for future applications, such as configuration, PC update or use of IM02 communication module as an independent product connected to PC.
In further designs, together with additional extension modules, relevant connectors are supported:
Second design: standard design + analogue output 4-20mA
In the second design, we have added a current loop board marked as 636R2109 4-20mA with +L-L terminals on signal ports. The loop requires an external supply of 12-36V which is often built into the loop receiver (PLC controller). If you do not have your own source of power, you can use a DC OUT output of the IM02 module; there is a voltage used to supply the module, that is 12-15 for PUE CY10 or 12-24 for external feeder.
Third design: standard design + Profibus
In the third design, we have added a Profibus module and its signals are routed to signal connectors (ports). Next to these connectors are switches: 1 and 3 (activates polarisation) and 2 (activates terminator).
Fourth design: standard design + RS485
In the fourth design, we have added an extension board marked as RS485 309Rxxxx, while signals are routed to signal connectors (ports). Next to these ports is a DIP switch.
Fifth design: standard design + Ethernet/IP
In the fifth design, we have added an Ethernet/IP module with an RJ45 connector output.
Sixth design: standard design + Profinet
In the sixth design, we have added a Profinet module with an RJ45 connector output.