Neon Key Card Switch

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Neon Key Card Switch

Item Number: 626N-WH

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Qty UoM EAN Colour



Range of product

PDL 600 Designer Series

Product brand



Device presentation

basic element

Switch function



key card

Number of poles


Fixing mode

by screws

Local signalling


[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Rated current

  • 20 A
  • 16 AX, fluorescent lamp
    • Marking

      without marking


      AS/NZS 3133


      Package 1 Weight

      0.1 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Can the blank mechs in the 626N be removed and replaced with other 600 series mechs?

      YES -  those blank mechs are standard blanks and are removable and replaceable with other 600 series mechs.

      How to wire the built in analog input of the M221 to a Dwyer 626 pressure transmitter?

      How to wire the built in analog input of the M221 to a Dwyer 626 pressure transmitter?

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      Somachine Basic, wiring, analog input



      The Dwyer 626 is a 3wire connection which will require it's own power.  The - (negative of M221) goes to the common and + (positive of M221) goes the white.  See below for more information. 

      Dwyer pressure transmitter:

      The receiver would be the M221 in this case.


      What registers is the IP address of a PM8 with PM8ECC stored?

      Where can one find the IP address of an PM8 if communicating over RS485?

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      The IP address of the Ethernet Option Module is stored in registers 622 and 623.
      Register format:
      1st Register High byte: IP Address 1st Octet
      1st Register Low byte: IP Address 2nd Octet
      2nd Register High byte: IP Address 3rd Octet
      2nd Register Low byte: IP Address 4th Octet

      Range: to

      In this example we are assuming that the PM800 we are reading has a current IP configuration of

      1. Read registers 622 and 623

      2. Convert the register data into binary format:
      Register 622: 2728 dec = 101010101000 bin
      Register 623: 24593 dec = 110000000010001 bin

      3. Convert the binary data into High and Low bytes for each register:
      Register 622: 1010 10101000
      High byte = 1010 = 00001010
      Low byte = 10101000

      Register 623: 1100000 00010001
      High byte = 1100000 = 01100000
      Low byte = 00010001

      4. Convert the High and Low Bytes back to decimal format:
      Register 622:
      High byte = 00001010 bin = 10 dec
      Low byte = 10101000 bin = 168 dec

      Register 623:
      High byte = 01100000 bin = 96 dec
      Low byte = 00010001 bin = 17 dec

      IP address =

      Note: You can use the same procedure to determine the IP Subnet Mask and IP Router Address which are contained in the following registers.
      IP Subnet Mask: 624 and 625
      IP Router Address: 626 and 627