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RYG15A, RYG19B Reference Guide

11/08/09

Audio-Visual Annunciator
The RYG-19B
Red-yellow-green annunciator with user programmable audio tone sequences

User Programmable Tone Sequences
The RYG-19B can save 38 user programmable tone sequences. The tone sequences are made up of the Morse code letters A-Z, numbers 0-9 and 2 special characters. Photo 1. J3 configured to modify tone rate

This reference guide covers the RYG-15A four channel relay module and the RYG-19B Red-yellowgreen indicator module with integrated beep tone generator.

To program the tone sequences: 1. 2. 3. 4. Take off the RYG-19B front cover by removing the four Philips head screws from the back of the unit. Locate J3 (shown above), pull the two-pin jumper from its storage location, and place the jumper across the pins labeled B7. Momentarily press the configuration button located near J3. Each press of the button will cycle the unit to the next tone sequence. When the desired tone sequence is heard, press and hold the button until the lights on the unit flash, and the desired tone sequence is replayed. The tone sequence is now programmed into the unit. Replace the two-pin jumper back in its storage location, so the unit can not be accidentally programmed. Replace the front cover.

Programmable Audio Tones and Audio Rates
Traditional RYG annunciators are visual indicators that use green, yellow, and red lights to show processes that are on time, running out of time, and over time, respectively. Any audio indication in these units is usually implemented using a simple beeper. The RYG-19B breaks this tradition by adding 38 uniquely programmable audio tone sequences whose rate, or tone length, can be programmed to one of 16 different settings.

Remote Speaker Driver
In addition to the internal speaker, the RYG-19B has the ability to drive a remote speaker through the attached cable.

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Flexible Connections
There are two ways to connect to the RYG-19B, through a modular four-conductor crossover telephone cord to an RJ-11 connector, or through CAT5 to an RX422 connector. The RJ-11 connector provides a standard way to connect between our counters and timers while the RX422 connector provides an optically isolated input to allow communicating with the unit over much longer distances.

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Table of beep sequences
0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 : 11 ; 12 period 13 = 14 RT 15 ? 16 @ 17 A 18 B 19 C 20 D 21 E - Short tone 22 ----23 .---24 ..--25 ...-26 ....27 ..... 28 -.... 29 --... 30 ---.. 31 ----. 32 ---... 33 -.-.-. 34 .-.-.35 -...36 -.-37 ..--.. 38 .--.-. 39 .40 -... 41 -.-. 42 -.. 43 . - Long tone F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z RS ..-. --. .... .. .---..-.. --. --.--. --..-. ... ......--..-.---.. .-....

Table 1. Programmable Tone Sequences

User Programmable Tone Lengths
The RYG-19B can save 16 user programmable tone lengths. The tone lengths sequence from fast to slow. To program the tone length: 1. 2. 3. 4. Take off the RYG-19B front cover by removing the four Philips head screws from the back of the unit. Locate J3 (shown above), pull the two-pin jumper from its storage location, and place the jumper across the pins labeled B6. Momentarily press the configuration button located near J3. Each press of the button will cycle the unit to the next tone length. When the desired tone length is heard, press and hold the button until the lights on the unit flash, and the desired tone length is replayed. The tone length is now programmed into the unit. Replace the two-pin jumper back in its storage location, so the unit can not be accidentally programmed. Replace the front cover.

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