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Logic Signal Inverter connects incompatible signals.

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March 25, 2014 - Supplied in package that measures <½ in. wide, DIN rail-mountable XNPNPNP logic signal inverter provides solution for hooking together sensors and controllers with incompatible DC signals. Product converts sensor I/O signals from positive logic (PNP) to negative logic (NPN) devices and vice versa. Featuring IEC DIN rail-mount terminal blocks, product aids machine builders or systems integrators requiring flexibility in selection of I/O devices.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.

4700 Westport Drive, Suite 500, Mechanicsburg, PA, 17055, USA

Original Press Release

Logic Signal Inverter Makes the Connection

Press release date: March 21, 2014

Automation Systems Interconnect Inc. (ASI) offers an easy resolution when PLC and sensor signals are mismatched. The XNPNPNP compact DIN rail mountable logic signal inverter provides an easy, convenient solution for hooking together sensors and controllers with incompatible DC signals. It is one component that should be a stand backup in manufacturing and packaging plants where sometimes the sensor signal is unknown and needs replaced.

The logic signal inverter converts sensor input/output signals from positive logic (PNP) to negative logic (NPN) devices and vice versa.  It is packaged in a narrow housing (less than one-half inch wide) for compact assembly, along with standard IEC DIN rail mount terminal blocks and sells for just a fraction of the cost of replacing a typical I/O module on a PLC.  It is an ideal, low cost accessory to have on hand for the machine builder or systems integrator needing maximum flexibility in the selection of I/O devices.

For additional information on the DIN rail mountable Logic Signal Inverter, please contact ASI at P.O. Box 1340, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055, by calling 1-877-650-5160, or by visiting their website at www.asi-ez.com.

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