The MAXIM III Controller is a state of the art digital processing system that has the capability of controlling various types of industrial, commercial and domestic systems. The MAXIM III can operate as a standalone device, using its own universal inputs and analogue and digital outputs to receive information and control external equipment, or as part of a network of devices that support Global NetComms.
MAXIM III Controllers are designed for mounting inside a control cubicle and offers a varierty of inputs and outputs enabling it to monitor and control all types of external plant and equipment. Although the MAXIM III is flexible, it is primarily designed for the air conditioning and building automation industry.
The MAXIM III's configuration program is developed on a computer using a Windows based program. This allows the user to configure the internal processes of the MAXIM III by using a graphical programming tool. The user places various process blocks and interconnecting lines to design the required control algorithm for the system.
The configuration program can be downloaded to the Maxim III with an RS485 serial link, using the connector on the right side of the case to link to the computer via a 485/232 converter, or with an optional Ethernet link, using the RJ45 connector on the bottom right side of the case. These links may also be used to upload logged data or the program back out of the controller for modification or debugging purposes.
||24VAC ± 10% @ 50/60 Hz.
24VDC ± 10%.
Transformer nominal rating of 10VA.
||Storage 0 to 50°C non-condensing.
Operating 0 to 40°C non-condensing.
20 Universal Inputs, configurable via software to either:
12 Digital Outputs:
8 Analogue Outputs:
Type CR-2032 Lithium
Nominal voltage 3 Volts
Shelf life ~5 Years, dependant on ambient temperature
Rectangular case made from flame retardant ABS plastic in accordance with IEC695-2-1 (HD444-2-1) as of EN6335-1, A2 and IEC707 (AS/NZS2420) listed under UL94
Dimensions (max): 224mm(w) x 115mm(h) x 72mm(d)
Data Logging can be assigned to hardware and software points
Up to 300,000 time stamped readings
2 Mbyte non-volatile flash RAM
All logged data points can be extracted by using the MAXtract Software tool