I/O and Terminal Blocks

This Month's RoundUps Are Our Guide to the Good Stuff

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Acromag' BusWorks XT Series Ethernet I/O modulesMULTI-PROTOCOL ETHERNET I/O
The new BusWorks XT Series Ethernet I/O modules interface discrete I/O signals directly to an EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP or Profinet measurement and control system network. They feature dual Ethernet ports, removable, front-facing terminal blocks and support for a rail power bus. Two models offer 16 digital I/O channels, supporting any combination of inputs and outputs.
Acromag
248-295-0880
www.acromag.com

 

Siplus Extreme ET200SP distributed I/O systemEXTREME I/O
Siplus Extreme ET200SP distributed I/O system combines easy-to-use features with high efficiency even in harsh environments. The I/O requires approximately 50% less space than conventional I/O modules, and operates from -40 °C to +70 °C. It’s resistant to harmful gases, is protected against condensation, and operates at elevations from -1000 m to +5000 m.
Siemens Industry Inc.
www.siemens.com/siplus

EP9214 power distributor boxPOWER BOX
The new EP9214 power distributor box enables the local distribution and switching off of the power supply, and can supply up to four NEC Class-2 circuits via typical M8 plug connectors. It has complete diagnostics and control functionality for up to eight 24 VDC branches per power box. Equipped with 7/8-in. plug connectors, it maintains a total current of 16 A for each control.
Beckhoff Automation
952-890-0000
www.beckhoffautomation.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

TopJob double-deck fuse and disconnect terminal blocksDOUBLE-DECKER TERMINAL BLOCKS
Just 5.2-mm to 6.2-mm wide, TopJob double-deck fuse and disconnect terminal blocks are up to 24% more compact than existing designs. They support process measurement applications requiring a common profile for feedthrough, disconnect/test and fusing of analog signals. They have four jumper slots per block and a 6.2-mm wide double-deck, fuse-disconnect model.
Wago
800-346-7245
www.wago.us

 

 

 

 

G11 Series AS-interface I/O modulesSIMPLIFIED CONNECTIVITY
Three G11 Series AS-interface I/O modules simplify connectivity, and deliver the fastest analog-to-digital conversion available. Two modules offer two analog outputs each; one for 0-20 mA operation for flat-cable connectivity, and one for 0-20 mA operation with an M12 round connector. The third module offers four analog outputs of either 0-20 mA or 0-10 V for flat-cable connectivity.
Pepperl+Fuchs
330-486-0001
www.pepperl-fuchs.us

 

 

 

 

Konnect-It single-level terminal blocks handleLOW-COST TERMINAL BLOCKS
Konnect-It single-level terminal blocks handle currents up to 175 A, accept a wide range of wiring sizes from 26 AWG to 2/0 AWG, and have a 100kA SCCR rating. Double-level terminal blocks come in 20 A and 30 A versions and a variety of colors. Konnect-It triple-level terminal blocks handle up to 24A, and accept a wide range of wiring sizes from 24 AWG to 12 AWG.
Automation Direct
770-889-2858
www.automationdirect.com

 

 

MX-Series multiplexers16-CHANNELS, NO PROGRAMMING
MX-Series multiplexers have 4-20mA, 0-10Vdc, contact closures and RS-232/485 I/O module selections. The base unit connects directly to the fiberoptic cable. Power is supplied through an external 24-VDC power supply. Each base unit has a duplex optical port configured for use with 1300 nm wavelength and single- or multi-mode optical fiber. No programming is required.
Ultra Electronics, NSPI
512-434-2800
www.ultra-nspi.com

 

 

NX-Series modular I/O ETHERCAT MODULAR I/O
NX-Series modular I/O uses distributed clock functions of the EtherCAT machine network to achieve high-speed deterministic control and real-time performance with microsecond accuracy and with nanosecond resolution. Digital I/O units range from two to 16 input or output points in just 12-mm width. A full range of analog I/O is available, with two to eight signals per unit.
Omron Automation and Safety
866-88-OMRON
www.omron247.com

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