Connections JSi

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AccessoriesJoystick JSiElectrical installationConnections JSi

 

The joysticks are fitted with a connection cable that can be connected to the corresponding terminals at the series 400 Panel PCs and series 500 Thin Clients.

 

The cable of the JSi-1-PS2 joystick is connected to the X9 Keyboard/Mouse/Trackball/Joystick terminal block of the HMIs.

The cable of the JSi-2-USB-... joystick is connected to the X6 USB2 terminal block of the series 4x6 / 5x6 or at the X12 terminal block of the series 4x7 / 5x7 devices.

 

 

Click to expand or collaps information.  JSi-1-PS2

Joystick

Connection cables

HMI device

Signal

+5 V

Data

Clock rate

Earth

Shielding

 

OI-TBi_JSi_Cable_Pining

Colour coding

Signal

X9 Pin

Yellow

VCC

1

Brown

MSDAT

4

White

MSCLK

5

Green

GND

6

Green / yellow

Shielding

Equipotential bonding

 

Cable

HMI-Device

 

 

Fgr_TBi_JSi_Cable

 

Wire-

colour

Signal

Pin

X9

Yellow

VCC

1

Brown

MSDAT

4

White

MSCLK

5

Green

GND

6

Green/ Yellow

Shield

PE

 

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Notice

Devices where the ground of the USB interface is identical with the equipotential bonding connection, the shielding can be connected together with the USB ground in one terminal.

 

They must then be both clamped into the same core end sleeve.

 

Click to expand or collaps information.  JSi-1-USB

Cable

HMI-Device


Fgr_TBi_JSi_Cable

Wire-

colour

Signal

Pin

X6 (xx6)

X12 (xx7)

Yellow

VCC

1

Brown

USB-

2

White

USB+

3

Green

GND

4

Green/ Yellow

Shield

X6.5 / PA

 

Symb_Caution1_30x30

Notice

Devices where the ground of the USB interface is identical with the equipotential bonding connection, the shielding can be connected together with the USB ground in one terminal.

 

They must then be both clamped into the same core end sleeve.

 

Warnhinweis

Warning

Loss of Ex-certification.

The shielding connection (green/yellow cable) must be connected to the equipotential bonding of the HMIs. This is part of the Ex-certification.

 

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