The Allen-Bradley 1403-DMB is a low-voltage display module. The module is used to provide a programming interface to the Allen-Bradley 1403 Master Module. The low voltage status of the 1403-DMB requires that the module is operated at a 12 to 24 Volts AC at a frequency of 50/60 Hertz or 12/24/48 Volts DC. Additionally, the current rating for the 1403-DMB is 0.15 Amps (maximum load). The low-voltage display module is connected to the master module by using a fiber-optic link. When the module is not in use, all the ports should be covered using rubber plugs. Note that between the 1403-DMB and the master module, the fiber-optic cable should not be less than 25 centimeters and not more than 500 meters.
Additionally, to ensure the proper functioning of the fiber optic cable, the inner radius should not fall below 25.4 millimeters at a particular bend. The gasket part (front panel) of the display module has an IP65 protection rating which outlines that the 1403-DMB can and should be operated in a Type 4X indoor setting. To guarantee a safe and an uninterrupted transmission through the fiber-optic cable, the 1403-DMB Display Module provides a strain relief feature and a wire tie so that both the transmit (TX) and the receive (RX) cable combinations are firmly held in place. The operating temperature range for the 1403-DMB low voltage display module is rated at between -20 and 60 degrees Celsius. At a frequency of between 10 and 500 hertz, the 1403-DMB can operate with a vibration of 1G and a shock of 15G. When not in operation, the 1403-DMB can withstand a temperature of between -40 and 85 degrees Celsius, a 2.5G vibration, and a 30G shock.
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