CueServer 2 provides up to eight low-voltage digital outputs. These outputs are designed for connecting LED indicators, small relays, buzzers, pilot lights, and most anything that can be powered from a small DC voltage.

Each digital output can be turned on or off as a response to any of the available CueScript actions and/or rules.

Each output is a TTL “short-to-ground” output. When the output is “on”, its pin shorted-to-ground. When an output is “off”, its pin is an open connection. This means that the output is used to make a complete circuit through the connected accessory device (like an indicator or relay) to ground; the other side of the accessory needs to be connected to a positive voltage.

For convenience, an auxiliary 5VDC output is provided with the digital outputs. This voltage source can optionally be used to provide power to LED indicators, small relays, etc. The maximum current available at the Aux +5VDC Output is 200mA.

Specifications

CS-900 CS-920 CS-940/950
Digital Outputs 8 2 8
Connector 10-Position Pluggable Terminal Block 8-Position Pluggable Terminal Block
(shared with other I/O)
12-Position Pluggable Terminal Block
(shared with RS-485 port)
Pinout 1 = Aux +5VDC Output
2 = Output 1
3 = Output 2
4 = Output 3
5 = Output 4
6 = Output 5
7 = Output 6
8 = Output 7
9 = Output 8
10 = Common (Ground)
1 = Contact 1
2 = Contact 2
3 = Common (Ground)
4 = RS-232 Transmit
5 = RS-232 Receive
6 = Aux +5VDC Output
7 = Output 1
8 = Output 2
1 = RS-485 “A”
2 = RS-485 “B”
3 = RS-485 Common
4 = Output 1
5 = Output 2
6 = Output 3
7 = Output 4
8 = Output 5
9 = Output 6
10 = Output 7
11 = Output 8
12 = Aux +5VDC Output