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      I-7016D CR

      Product description

      I/O Module/DCON/2AI/Strain Gauge/4DO/1DI/LED

       
      • 2-channel Strain Gauge Measurement
      • High Resolution: 16-bit
      • Excitation Voltage Output: 0 ~ +10 V
      • 50 Hz Event Counter (Digital Input)
      • High/Low Alarm (Digital Output)
      • Linear Mapping Function
      • 3000 VDC Intra-module Isolation
      • Dual Watchdog
      • Wide Operating Temperature Range: -25 to +75°C

      In the industrial environment, there are numerous examples where force needs to be converted into a measurable electrical output. In most cases, a strain gauge or a load cell can be used. But the question is, how do we then deal with these electrical output measurements? In this situation, the I-7016 is definitely the No. 1 choice. Not only can the module process data from a load cell or a strain gauge, it also features linear mapping that can be used to directly convert the resulting data into weight via a user-defined correspondent table. The I-7016 supports full-bridge strain gauges and provides 2 Analog Input channels, 1 excitation voltage output channel, 2 Digital Input channels and 2 Digital Output channels. The module provides a programmable input range (±15 mV, ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, and ±2.5 V) and each Analog Input channel can be individually configured. Excitation voltage output can be in the range of 0 ~ +10 V, with a 40 mA driving efficiency. Digital Output channels can also be set as high or low alarm outputs. The M-7016 supports both the Modbus RTU and DCON protocols, which can be configured via software, and all hardware specifications are the same as the I-7016.

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      Article number
      I-7016D CR
      I-7016D CR
      € 265,83
      € 223,83
      Excl. tax
      I-7016D CR
      I-7016D CR
      2-3 weeks
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