SS-02-24 light signalization Karosa
The light signaling function is described using a flowchart. Signaling serves to inform the driver and passengers of the need to stop the car (emergency, stroller, invalid, stop).
The light outputs are rated for the power loads listed below. If the above values are exceeded (eg short circuit), the overloaded circuits are disconnected separately.
Button input circuits are designed to trigger the required function by connecting the corresponding input to the vehicle's body frame (to the negative terminal of the battery).
Canceling the selected functions will cause a door level or impulse signal.
Level signal: closed door ... disconnected or grounded input
Open door ... + 24V
Impulse signal: closed door ... disconnected or grounded input
Open door ... descending edge + 24V> 0V
The unit works in three user modes:
Repeat Mode Active DIP No.4 ON
Confirmation mode active DIP no. 3 ON
Mode 1 or 4 output per 1 lamp DIP no. 2 ON Output on connector no.4
Lamp output to 4 bulbs OFF
Acoustic signaling is provided by an internal loudspeaker