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British Telecom Analog (BTA) - Right Hand

British Telecom Analog (BTA) – Right Hand

  • Pin 1 = Sensor output (+/-10V)
  • Pin 2 = GND
  • Pin 3 = Vres (resistance reference)
  • Pin 4 = AutoIDENT (not supported on all sensors)
  • Pin 5 = Power (+5VDC)
  • Pin 6 = Sensor output (0-5V)

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British Telecom Digital (BTD) - Left Hand

British Telecom Digital (BTD) – Left Hand

Pos. Default Motion Detector Photogate Radiation Monitor Rotary Motion
Pin1 DIO0 Echo Input Countinput CCWcount
Pin2 DIO1 Init CWcount
Pin3 DIO2 AutoID
Pin4 PWR
(5.3V)
PWR
(5.3V)
PWR
(5.3V)
PWR
(5.3V)
PWR
(5.3V)
Pin5 GND GND GND GND GND
Pin6 DIO3 X4res.

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Circular DIN Plug - 5 pin

Circular DIN Plug – 5 pin

  1. Pin 1 = Sensor Output
  2. Pin 2 = Not used
  3. Pin 3 = ID Output (not supported on all sensors)
  4. Pin 4 = Power (+5VDC)
  5. Pin 5 = GND
Circular DIN Plug - 8 pin

Circular DIN Plug – 8 pin

  1. Pin 1 = Sensor Output
  2. Pin 2 = Not used
  3. Pin 3 = ID Output (not supported on all sensors)
  4. Pin 4 = Power (+5VDC)
  5. Pin 5 = GND
  6. Pin 6 = +12VDC
  7. Pin 7 = -12VDC
  8. Pin 8 = DAC
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1/4″ Stereo Jack

Pin Assigments for the Phone (RJ-11) Jacks

Pin Assigments for the Phone (RJ-11) Jacks

Pin Letter Pin Port 1 Port 2 AUX8
A ID input/
Digital output
Analog In 10/
Digital Out 2
Analog In 7/
Digital Out 3
Analog In 6
B Ground Ground Ground Ground
C +5 Volts +5 Volts +5 Volts +5 Volts
D Analog input Analog In 9 Analog In 8 Analog In 4
E Digital output Digital Out 0 Digital Out 1 Digital Out 0
F Digital input Digital In 0 Digital In 1  

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