To wire the input/output cable through the back of the transmitter:
- Cut off as much of the seal on the transmitter base as is needed to fit your cable through the opening.
- Lead the cable through the cut in the seal.
Nest the cable inside the groove on the back of the transmitter as shown in Figure 1,
and attach strain relief as needed.
CAUTION To preserve the IP rating of the transmitter, the back of the transmitter must rest flat on the installation surface. Always nest the cable inside the groove on the back, so that the cable does not push the back of the transmitter off the installation surface.
- If you wire only through the back, plug or seal the other lead-through on the bottom.
To wire the input/output cable through the rubber lead-through on the bottom:
- Push the input/output cable through the lead-through.
- The lead-through provides strain relief and holds the cable in place. Tightening is not required.
The recommended cable diameter for wiring through the rubber lead-through is 7 ... 8 mm. If you use a different cable size, test that the strain relief works as intended.