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10. Clean the top side of the device and seal it with the supplied sticker, observing the orientation. 2.2 Device Connection(Cable) The electrical connection of the device is described below. When working on electrical equipment, observe the 5 safety rules of electrical engineering. Always make sure that you are working in a de-energized state. 1. Take the supplied connection cable and connect it to the M12 plug connection of the device. 2. Connect the cables to the system control system ac-cording to the following connection overview. Connect the device to the power supply according to the specifications (16-32 VDC). Once the start-up phase of the device is over, the status LED indicates the current alarm status: » : Device is ready. Green Ensure that the machine is in its normal operating condition (i.e., operating parameters such as temperature or oil pressure should be within the intended normal range). 2.2.1 Digital / Analog Outputs The device provides three digital (DO1, DO2, RPM) and two analog output signals (AO1, AO2), which can be connected to a customer controller. This makes it possible to transmit signals such as transmission status to the customer control. The default configuration can be found in the table below and adjusted via the AIQ App: DO1, Do2: 24 V DC / 200 mA RPM Output: 24 V, 20 mA (High Speed Output) AO1, AO2: 0-20 mA Pin Assignment Nr. Signal Color Front view of the device 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Analog Output 1 +24VDC Analog Output 2 Digital Output 1 RPM Output Digital Output 2 GND Digital Input 1 white brown green yellow grey pink blue red Pin Assignment Nr. Signal Color Front view of the device 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AO1 (Temp. 0...20mA) +24VDC AO2 (vRMS 4...20mA) DO1 (Status) RPM Output DO2 (Oil Temp. Status) GND Analog Input white brown green yellow grey pink blue red Flender Mechanical Power Transmission Couplings available from jbj Techniques 11 #DriveLineHarmony ! i