Sharing Sequence of Event Alarms with Annunciator

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The Maxiflex M1760A 32 SOE Sequence-of-Events Module monitors 32 Digital Inputs and creates time-stamped events to a resolution of 0.2ms upon change of state. The terminal board now comes with Omni16 ribbon headers to provide simple repeat the inputs to an Omni16C Alarm Annunciator, enabling alarming on all your SOE inputs!

The Maxiflex M1760A 32 SOE Sequence-of-Events Module monitors 32 Digital Inputs and creates time-stamped events to a resolution of 1ms upon change of state.

The 32 SOE module is connected to the field wiring through a multicore cable (Model C1467B) connected to a remote terminal board (Model C6332B). This has the advantage of providing compact field termination in the most convenient location in the wiring cubicle saving panel wiring cost, space and construction time.  The terminal board also provides ribbon header outputs to repeat the input status to an Omni16C Annunciator/Remote Display via a ribbon cable (Model C1432-2).

By using multiple 32 SOE modules with the Maxiflex P3 CPU, powerful Sequence-of-Events systems can be constructed with up to 480 Time-Stamped inputs per system. Multiple systems can be linked and time synchronised for larger distributed systems.

The 32 inputs can be used as regular digital inputs within the P3 processor as well as independently generating change-of-state events on the module.

A buffer of up to 1000 events on each module ensures that avalanche conditions in the application cannot overflow the module.

Events from all 32 SOE modules in a single system are sorted by the P3 CPU into correct time order, and then passed to the event logging computer for display and storage.

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