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Remote Autonomous Zone Node (RAZN)   Input and Output (IO) Terminals

The RAZN is available in many different ways.  Here is a list of all the IO terminal version that have already been created by Raveon. 

Many different IO Terminal Versions

Most all RAZN devices look the sane. But there are many different versions for many different industries.

The large and smart system architecture that the RAZN can run, is shown on this page:    Click Here.
Many RAZN IO Terminals have interface for the Sensors to Monitor.

Raveon’s RV-M55-E Ethernet Interface Data Radio Modem  RV-N55-E Ethernet Radio   can connect Wireless RAZNs  to your network.
Raveon’s long-range data radio can communicate many miles, even up to 50 miles.  All RAZNs have VHF, UHF and ISM band radio options.

Raveon’s RAZN has many Complete Solutions to automatically control things.

This Web Page shows:  All of the IO Terminals and all hardware versions of the RAZN.

Most all RAZNs have two 12-pin IO terminals  referred to as: Terminal A   and   Terminal  B.

Each terminal has pin numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.

And for SCADA communications, commands, and MODBUS messages, each terminal pin is assigned an IO number IO#.
The IO# is used to control, monitor, and communicate to the RAZN so the terminal with an IO# can be managed.
In this web page, the IO# are listed on each Terminal pin number.

A myriad IO terminal features and options are sown on: terminal IO pin options  All of these are available in a RAZN.

The Multifunction Meters are analog inputs to measure either voltage or 4-20mA sensors, or measure current draw.
The AI input and the Isolated IAI inputs are these multifunction meters.

This is Made in America.

Raveon designed this in California, and all RAZN technology, and the RF radios in the RAZN, are made here in America.

RV-N55-3          8 SV outputs    8 Button/Digital Inputs    

This versions can control up to 8 relays, irrigation valves, lights, pumps, sirens, or whatever. DC or AC switched outputs,
And it has 8 digital inputs, with pull-up resistors so buttons and switches can be monitored.

The RV-N55-3  Automated Peripheral Control    Web Page also shows a list of versions available and systems to use this type of RAZN on.

Terminal Port A   (Switched Voltage Outputs) 

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions SV SV SV SV SV SV SV SV VPG VPG VPG EVI
IO# 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Terminal Port B   (Switched Voltage Outputs)

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI BI
IO# 8 9 10 11 12 13 12 13 14 15

 Terminal A    Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 7 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground.
2 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 8 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground.
3 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 9 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the SV outputs.
4 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 10 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the SV outputs. .
5 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 11 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the SV outputs. .
6 SV Switched Voltage Output.  AC or DC Electronic Voltage In EVI pin 12 is outputted here. Share Voltage Ground VPG ground. 12 EVI AC or DC power input.  This input voltage is output on the SV outputs as controlled.

Terminal B     Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 7 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes.
2 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 8 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes.
3 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 9 GND  Ground connection to the RAZN ground.  A button connects to here and a  BI input to trigger an event.
4 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 10 GND  Ground connection to the RAZN ground.  A button connects to here and a  BI input to trigger an event.
5 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 11 GND  Ground connection to the RAZN ground.  A button connects to here and a  BI input to trigger an event.
6 BI Digital input, 2.4K pull-up resistor, Protection diodes. 12 No Place,  Unused. 

Detailed hardware, parameters, and architecture of  the IOs are shown on page:   Terminal Block Descriptions

RV-N55-5         Isolated IOs and 2-Pin Solenoid Drivers    

This versions can control 4 two-pin solenoids for  irrigation valves, lights, pumps, sirens, or whatever.
It has Isolated digital IOs and Isolated analog sensors to monitor input Voltage, Current, and 4-20mA sensors.

The RV-N55-5  Isolated IOs and Latching Terminal Driver    Web Page also shows a list of versions available and systems to use this type of RAZN on.

Terminal Port A   (Switched Voltage Outputs) 

 

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions NC DSD A DSD B DSD A DSD B DSD A DSD B DSD A DSD B VPG VPG EVI
IO# 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Terminal Port B   (Switched Voltage Outputs)

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions IGND OIDO OIDO OIDI LI B LI A LI B LI A IGND IAI IGND IAI
IO# 12 13 14 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11

 Terminal A    Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 NC   No Connect 7 DSD B Solenoid Driver B (#4) .
Positive Pulse for OFF pule
2 DSD A Solenoid Driver A (#0) .
Positive Pulse for ON pule
8 DSD A Solenoid Driver A (#6) .
Positive Pulse for ON pule
3 DSD B Solenoid Driver B (#1) .
Positive Pulse for OFF pule
9 DSD B Solenoid Driver B (#6) .
Positive Pulse for OFF pule
4 DSD A Solenoid Driver A (#2) .
Positive Pulse for ON pule
10 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .
5 DSD B Solenoid Driver B (#3) .
Positive Pulse for OFF pule
11 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .
6 DSD A Solenoid Driver A (#4) .
Positive Pulse for ON pule
12 EVI  Isolated Voltage input to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .

Terminal B     Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 IGND Isolated Ground for
OID pins 12-14
7 LI B    Isolated digital input, GND  IO# 9
2 OIDI  Optically Isolated Digital Input #12 8 LI A   Isolated digital input voltage.  IO# 9
Digital 0 = no voltage between A and B
Digital 1 = 1-5V between A and B. Polarity does not matter.
3 OIDO  Optically Isolated Output Input #13 9 IGND Isolated analog in IAI #10, (Volts / 4-
2mA)
4 OIDO  Optically Isolated Output Input #14 10 IAI Isolated Voltage Input for IAI #10
Read Voltage, current, or 4-20mA sensors.
5 LI B    Isolated digital input, GND  IO# 8 11 IGND Isolated analog in IAI #11, (Volts / 4-
2mA)
6 LI A   Isolated digital input voltage.  IO# 8
Digital 0 = no voltage between A and B
Digital 1 = 1-5V between A and B. Polarity does not matter.
112 IAI Isolated Voltage Input for IAI #11
Read Voltage, current, or 4-20mA sensors. 

Detailed hardware, parameters, and architecture of  the IOs are shown on page:   Terminal Block Descriptions

RV-N55-6         GPIO and Many High Resolution Multifunction Meters    

This versions has super high resolution analog sensors, and many General Purpose Inputs and Outputs (GPIOs). The ADS inputs use “24-bit”  best-in-the-world  ADC. 

The RV-N55-7  Read Sensors and Control Things    Web Page also shows a list of versions available and systems to use this type of RAZN on.

Terminal Port A   (Switched Voltage Outputs)

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions ADS- ADS+ ADS- ADS+ ADS- ADS+ ADS- ADS+ IDAC1 IDAC1 GND RD
IO# 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6

6

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions NC VIO GND FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO GND
IO# 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Terminal A     Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 7 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured.
2 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 8 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured.
3 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 9 IDAC1  Analog Output. Current Source Output 1.
IO# 5
4 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 10 IDAC2  Analog Output. Current Source Output 2.
IO# 5
5 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 11  GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND
6 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured. 12  RD  Relay Driver.  IO# 7    A MOSFET  outputs this RD  to drive a relay and turn it on or off, whatever you want to do based on any other input of your MODBUS commands.


Terminal B    Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1   Unused 7 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 11  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
2 VIO   Digital voltage used for these Flexible IO (FIO) pins. 8 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 12  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
3 GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND 9 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 13 that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
4 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 8  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 10 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 14  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
5 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 9  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 11 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 15  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
6 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 10  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 12 GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND


Detailed hardware, parameters, and architecture of  the IOs are shown on page: 
 Terminal Block Descriptions

RV-N55-7         GPIO and High Resolution Multifunction Meters    

This versions has super high resolution analog sensors, and many General Purpose Inputs and Outputs (GPIOs). The ADS inputs use “24-bit”  best-in-the-world  ADC. 

The RV-N55-7  Read Sensors and Control Things    Web Page also shows a list of versions available and systems to use this type of RAZN on.

Terminal Port B   (FIO Flexible Inputs and Outputs) 

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions NC VIO GND FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO FIO GND
IO# 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Terminal Port A  (ADS High Resolution Differential Analog Inputs and RD Relay Driver)

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions AVDD AVSS VCC GND IADC IADC ADS+ ADS- ADS+ ADS- GND RD
IO# 1 2 3 3 4 4 7

 Terminal B    Description of the IO Pins on Terminal B

Pin Description Pin Description
1   Unused 7 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 11  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
2 VIO   Digital voltage used for these Flexible IO (FIO) pins. 8 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 12  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
3 GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND 9 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 13 that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
4 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 8  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 10 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 14  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
5 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 9  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 11 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 15  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable.
6 FIO   Flexible Inputs or Outputs (FIO)  IO# 10  that can be configured as digital  in or out.  Capacitors and protection diodes protect these FIO pins so they are safe and reliable. 12 GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND

Terminal A     Description of the IO Pins on Terminal A

Pin Description Pin Description
1 AVDD    This AVDD positive voltage  in the high resolution ADC used, so you can access it if desired. 7 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured.
2 AVDS    This AVDD negative voltage  in the high resolution ADC used, so you can access it if desired. 8 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 3   Terminal pins 7 and 8 are this differential analog input that is measured.
3 VCC   Voltage used to power the RAZNs, and this output can be used to get this DC power also. 9 ADS+  Differential Analog Input. This is + (Positive).     IO# 4   Terminal pins 9and 10 are this differential analog input that is measured.
4 GND  Ground for the RAZN and any device that needs a GND connection. 10 ADS-  Differential Analog Input. This is – (Negative).      IO# 4   Terminal pins 9 and 10 are this differential analog input that is measured.
5 IADC  Isolated current output   #1  to drive low current out 40-20mA>  11  GND  Ground for these FIO terminals and also used for the RAZN product  GND
6 IADC  Isolated current output   #2  to drive low current out 40-20mA>  12  RD  Relay Driver.  IO# 7    A MOSFET  outputs this RD  to drive a relay and turn it on or off, whatever you want to do based on any other input of your MODBUS commands.

Detailed hardware, parameters, and architecture of  the IOs are shown on page:   Terminal Block Descriptions

RV-N55-9         Isolated IOs and 3-Pin Solenoid Drivers    

This versions can control 2 solenoids for  irrigation valves, lights, pumps, sirens, or whatever.
It has Isolated digital IOs and Isolated analog sensors to monitor input Voltage, Current, and 4-20mA sensors. 
The RV-N55-9D version sets up all the SV outputs to drive 3-Pin Latching Solenoids.

The RV-N55-9  Isolated IOs and Latching Terminal Driver    Web Page also shows a list of versions available and systems to use this type of RAZN on.

Terminal Port A   (Switched Voltage Outputs) 

 

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions GND AI AI DA DA SV SV SV SV VPG VPG EVI
IO# 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Terminal Port B   (Switched Voltage Outputs)

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Functions IGND OIDO OIDO OIDI IGND LI IGND LI IGND IAI IGND IAI
IO# 12 13 14 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11

 Terminal A    Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 GND  Ground for AI and LI, and this
Product’s ground is this GND also
7 SV    AC or DC output  (#5) .  Power in from EVI  will  be sent out this terminal.
2 AI Analog Input #0, from GND 8 SV    AC or DC output  (#6) .  Power in from EVI  will  be sent out this terminal.
3 AI Analog Input #1, from GND 9 SV    AC or DC output  (#7) .  Power in from EVI  will  be sent out this terminal.
4 DA Digital Input #2, from GND 10 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .
5 DA Digital Input #3, from GND 11 VPG  Isolated Voltage Power Ground connection to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .
6 SV    AC or DC output  (#4) .  Power in from EVI  will  be sent out this terminal. 12 EVI  Isolated Voltage input to share with the devices using the DSD outputs. .

Terminal B     Description of the IO Pins on this Terminal

Pin Description Pin Description
1 IGND Isolated Ground for
OID pins 12-14
7 IGND  Isolated Ground for #9
2 OIDI  Optically Isolated Digital Input #12 8 LI   Digital input #9
3 OIDO  Optically Isolated Output Input #13 9 IGND Isolated analog in IAI #10, (Volts / 4-
2mA)
4 OIDO  Optically Isolated Output Input #14 10 IAI Isolated Voltage Input for IAI #10
Read Voltage, current, or 4-20mA sensors.
5 IGND  Isolated Ground for #8 11 IGND Isolated analog in IAI #11, (Volts / 4-
2mA)
6 LI   Digital input #8 12 IAI Isolated Voltage Input for IAI #11
Read Voltage, current, or 4-20mA sensors. 

Detailed hardware, parameters, and architecture of  the IOs are shown on page:   Terminal Block Descriptions

As you have seen, the Remote Autonomous Zone Nodes (RAZNs) that Raveon created for long-range wireless communications and management has many IO Terminal features.

The details about all IO terminal hardware and operations are listed on web page RAZN IO Terminals       There are Many great SCADA features to Autonomously keep a system very safe.
This web page shows the   RAZN System Architecture 

There are many new Modern High Technology features built into this Remote Zone Node that can Autonomously do what you need to be safe, and it can control these IO terminals on this page, the way you want.

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