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ET200 SP HA

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Hello,
We have the following DI card that can accept 1,2 and 3 wire DI's
( 6DL1131-6BH00-0PH1). We plan on installing this card for use with think top head valve limit switch. From the valve( think top V50) manual it says that connections should be made to pins:
1 and 2 for power supply and
then either pin 4 or 5 for valve indication.

Say for example we are going for pin4 ,my question is can this be wired to the card in the following way

a wire from uv0 ( +) on the card to pin 1 on the valve
a wire from DI.0 on the card to pin 4 on the valve
a wire from 0V ( -) to pin 2 on the valve

Am i correct that this is a 3 wire installation and can be connected up as i have described or is there something i am missing.

Thanks

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