Wiring - INDIGO300

Indigo300 User Guide

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  • Cables as required by your application
  • Crimping tool and wire ferrules
  • Small crosshead screwdriver for the screw terminals
  • Utility knife
  • Suitable tools for tightening the cable glands, conduits and/or plugs required by your application
WARNING Only licensed experts may install electrical components. They must adhere to local and state legislation and regulations.
WARNING Make sure that you prepare and connect only de-energized wires.

Safety requirements for power supply


Always choose a power supply unit that conforms to the local standards and requirements.

In North America, only power the device with one of the following:

  • An approved/certified Class 2 power supply. The output of the power supply may not exceed 100 VA, with operating voltage not more than 30 Vrms, 42.4 Vpeak, or 60 V DC.
  • An approved/certified Limited Power Source (LPS) (CAN/CSA‑C22.2 No. 60950-1 or UL 60950‑1).
CAUTION Make sure to use the power supply unit only in its specified environmental conditions.
If you are using a 24 V AC power supply for the transmitter, make sure to use separate cables for the AC power and the analog outputs to ensure that the EMC requirements are fulfilled.