tM-AD4P2C2 CR

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    € 94,45 Excl. btw We versturen binnen : 2-3 weken
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    I/O Module/Modbus RTU/4 AI/2 DO/2DI

    • Interface: RS-485
    • Protocol: Modbus RTU / DCON
    • 4-channels analog inputs (Current/Voltage)
    • 2-channels digital inputs (dry contact) with 16-bit Counter
    • 2-channels open-Collector digital outputs
    • +/-120 Vrms Overvoltage Protection
    • DIN-Rail installation
    • Free configuration utility included
    • Input voltage range: 10-30 VDC

    The tM-AD4P2C2 is a multifunction module that includes 4 analog input channels, 2 digital input channels and 2 digital output channels. The module provides a programmable analog input range that includes 2 voltage input channels (±1 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, and ±10 V) and 2 current input channels (±20 mA, 0 ~ 20 mA and 4 ~ 20 mA). The analog inputs provide a high overvoltage protection of 120 VDC and an adjustable sampling rate. The module supports sink-type digital output with short circuit protection and the digital outputs can be used as voltage input limit alarms. The digital inputs are source-type and all digital input channels can be used as 16-bit counters. There are options for confi guring power-on and safe digital output values. 4 kV ESD protection and 2500 VDC intra-module isolation are also provided. The tM-AD4P2C2 supports the DCON, Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII protocols, which can be configured via software.


    tM-AD4P2C2 CR
    tM-AD4P2C2 CR
    tM-AD4P2C2 CR
    € 109,83
    € 94,45
    Excl. btw
    tM-AD4P2C2 CR
    tM-AD4P2C2 CR
    We versturen binnen : 2-3 weken
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