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VeriColor Spectro alarm output testing

Stack light or other alarm connected to VeriColor Spectro is not functioning properly.Verify wire connections and manually test outputs.

Using Discrete Interface Cable (PN SE108-EUR-5M)
#1 – Pass(white)
#2 – FAIL(brown)
#3 – Output Comm(green)
#4 – CH-E 16 / ‘Action’(yellow)
Connecting a stack light or other 24VDC 2A max alarm.
VeriColor Spectro stack light wire diagram

Using ToolCrib or other serial port connection software connect to the serial port the VeriColor Spectro is on.
To check stack light:
  1. To manually send commands to turn on different lights.
  2. Type "0100io" (zero, one, zero, zero, letter I and letter o) in the command line of Tool Crib then click Send.  Close contact for green light. (Close contact Pin 3 to Pin 1 on VS410 Discrete I/O cable)
  3. Type "0200io" (zero, two, zero, zero, letter I and letter o) in the command line of Tool Crib then click Send.  Close contact for yellow light. (Close contact Pin 3 to Pin 4 on VS410 Discrete I/O cable)
  4. Type "0400io" (zero, four, zero, zero, letter I and letter o) in the command line of Tool Crib then click Send.  Close contact for red light. (Close contact Pin 3 to Pin 2 on VS410 Discrete I/O cable)
  5. Type "0000io" (zero, zero, zero, zero, letter I and letter o) in the command line of Tool Crib then click Send.  Open contact for no light.
Fourth wire from stack light should be supplied with negative DC voltage and the Pin 3 on VS410 Discrete I/O cable should be supplied with positive DC voltage.

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