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How to How to 10/20/2021
Products: AD v3
Functionalities: Hardware
Product version: 3.3

Connecting AD v3 to an Automation Server and a 24 VDC Power Supply

You connect AD v3 to an automation server in order to communicate with the automation server over a wired (USB) connection. You connect AD v3 to a 24 VDC power supply in order to supply AD v3 with power. You use the Y-shaped cable (SXWADUSBC10002 or SXWADUSBC10003) to connect AD v3 to both the automation server and the power supply.

Notice

USB DEVICE DAMAGE

Do not use the Y-shaped cable to power any USB devices other than AD v3.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in USB device damage.

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AD v3 uses a wired (USB) connection to communicate with automation servers and the device must be powered by a 24 VDC power supply.

AD v3 has a screw hole on the back cover and the device is delivered with a screw and a washer (M4 x 10 mm Phillips pan head machine screw with external tooth washer) for connection of an earth ground wire.

Communication over a Wired (USB) Connection

The preinstalled USBnet driver enables AD v3 to communicate with automation servers over a wired (USB) connection.

24 VDC power supply

AD v3 must be powered by a 24 VDC power supply. The Y-shaped cable (SXWADUSBC10002 or SXWADUSBC10003) enables data communication and power supply over a single cable. Only cables designed for AD v3 must be used. The required cables can be ordered from Schneider Electric.

Notice

USB DEVICE DAMAGE

Do not use the Y-shaped cable to power any USB devices other than AD v3.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in USB device damage.

Notice

LOSS OF DATA OR POWER

  • Use only cables ordered from Schneider Electric.

  • Use only cables that are designed for AD v3.

  • Do not use cables that exceed 3 m (10 ft).

Failure to follow these instructions can result in loss of data or power.

Wired (USB) connection to an automation server and power from a 24 VDC power supply

Wired (USB) connection to an automation server and power from a 24 VDC power supply

To connect AD v3 to an automation server and a 24 VDC power supply
  1. Insert the USB Type-A connector (male) of the Y-shaped cable from AD v3 into the USB host port (female) on the automation server.

  2. Insert the 3-pin terminal block (female) of the Y-shaped cable into the intended male connector on the 24 VDC power supply.

    Note:

    The Y-shaped cables are delivered with a 3-pin mating (male) connector.

    Wire Color

    Function

    Red

    Positive (+)

    White

    Negative (-)

    Black

    Ground (GND)

You can now turn on AD v3.

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