Citroën 2CV "Elektra"
I also dont know, but i think, J1 and J2 determine the position of the decimal point. Test it by connecting11-12 ; 12-13 ; 14-15 ; 15-16either every point has its own pinor they are binary coded.......I dont think, that this display has afloating decimal pointThe voltage input connectors seemclear, minus or gnd to COM,Your voltage is over 100V so connect it to terminal 4.Power 9-30V at 1 and 2 is clear.9 and 10 are obviously for currenttransmitters, this is only needed when measuring current. This is normallya low impedance input with currentsensitivity, maybe 0-100mA ????Be careful with this input!!!!Dont apply a direct voltage!!!!!!use a resistor and put in a few mA......
oh.......forget almost everything i told before.......especially about pins 11 - 16 and 9-10!!!!!go to the forum or use this linkhttp://www.lightobject.info/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=157#p311and download the manual.everything is explained there!The input is clearThe pins 11 to 16 are relay outputs for configurable alerts.That's good!Pin 9 an 10 is a current output 0 - 20 mAor 4-20mA ...wow!!!!You can use this to transmit data to other componentsFranz
Yes Franz, this is the way to solve this little mystery.Last night I also found the download and was working on it. I made a little video today, while I was testing.Thanks for working with me (us)..)But not every question is already answered..