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Key Allocation; Indicator Lamps - Siemens SIMATRIX NEO V2 Configuration Manual

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5.6.2

Key allocation

5.6.3

Indicator lamps

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Security Products
Status display
Meaning
(examples)
30.11.04 Std
Temp Powersuppl:
Power supply temperature
+45°C
The power supply could be overloaded if a temperature higher than 70°C is
displayed. If this occurs, a qualified electrician should check all system
voltages.
Temp Mainboard:
Mainboard/internal temperature in the SIMATRIX NEO
+35°C
A temperature in excess of 70°C indicates insufficient housing ventilation.
Supply Voltage:
Supply voltage on the +6V branch line
U1: 5.9V
6V nominal value. 5V to 7V acceptable range
Supply Voltage:
Supply voltage on the -6V branch line
U2: -6.1V
-6V nominal value. -5V to -7V acceptable range
Supply Voltage:
Supply voltage on the 12V branch line
U3: 12.5V
12V nominal value. 10V to 17V acceptable range
A voltage measurement below the acceptable range and close to zero may be
indicative of a short-circuit or a system overload. If much higher values appear, a
parasitic voltage from an external source in the system may be reaching the
device.
The information described above can be called up successively using the two
arrow keys .The Menu and Enter keys have no function.
The indicator lamps (LEDs) on the front panel light up in the following colours to
indicate system condition:
yellow: immediately after switching on, as the system boots up
green: indicates a successful system start
Total system with full options
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