input voltage max TC-2095


I have a gas meter that emit an impulsive + 5V (5: 8 - 5.9V),..., I can take the signal with a scxi module 1000 connected with a t-2095?

(the range is + 0, 2V to + 5.8) or the voltage is too high?

Thank you


Have you ever taken to look at the manual tc-2095 specifications?

Here is the link:

Best regards

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