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    Ethernet I/O Module/Modbus TCP/16DO/-40°C

    -40 to +75°C operating temperatur
    ModbusTCP/UDO protocol
    built-in webserver
    optional multiplex function
    16x digital outputs
    1x Ethernet port

    Climate phenomena and extreme temperature conditions - ICPDAS is well prepared for these scenarios. The new UT variants of the familiar ET-7000 series enable safe operation even at temperatures of -40°C to +75°C. The modules are especially for harsh environmental requirements in various applications.

    The ET-7042 module is connected to higher-level systems via ModbusTCP/UDP protocol. The integrated web server allows a comfortable and simple parameterization of the module. This enables, for example, that the power-on values or the setting of the safe values can be carried out conveniently via a browser.

    The PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) module variants considerably reduce material and installation costs, as the power supply is provided directly via Ethernet cable. In addition, the user can create a flexible field multiplexer with the "I/O Pair Connection" function. In this way, the information of a digital input can be directly mirrored from one module to a specific digital output of another module.

    Additional safety is provided by overvoltage protection and open wire detection. With 16 digital outputs, ICPDAS launches the new module series and is working on a gradual expansion of the product portfolio.


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