Connect Sensor Data to Ethernet

Nov. 5, 2009
The vendor’s latest BusWorks Ethernet I/O module is designed to simplify the task of interfacing data from virtually any analog sensor to a Modbus TCP/IP network. 
The 958EN model has 16 analog input channels and a quick-connect DB25 port to capture isolated and amplified sensor signals directly from a full panel of industry-standard 8B signal conditioners. This analog input module performs fast, 16-bit A/D conversions to make the temperature, frequency, strain gage or other sensor data available to any control device via Ethernet. Industrial-grade models feature -40°C to 70°C extreme temperature operation, integration/totalization capability, and are designed for UL/cUL Class 1 Division 2 ABCD (Zone 2) sites.Acromag Inc.www.acromag.com248.295.0880

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