Germantown, WI 53022
Fieldbus Connector works in automation systems.
ECO Fieldbus Coupler, for applications with reduced I/O requirements has small, 8-bit microcontroller format, yet includes diagnostic and communications capabilities of 16-bit I/O SYSTEM 750 Series version. Coupler can be used with I/O nodes that have maximum 32 byte data sizes, including analog and specialty I/O modules.Read More »
Terminal Blocks fit into small spaces.
880 Series are 5 mm wide, and are suitable for front entry wiring when DIN rail space is limited. 4-conductor blocks, part numbers 880-831-834 and -832, are available without shield contact; are UL-rated at 600V, 20A; and have separate test openings for test plugs. Also available are 2 and 3-conductor through terminal blocks, with or without shield contact. Additional features include separate...Read More »
Programmable Field Controller offers distributed control.
Programmable Field Controller (PFC) combines fieldbus coupler functionality with that of PLCs. Users can store and execute programs locally, while still communicating I/O signals to and from network. Program execution continues, even if fieldbus connection is lost. Using IEC-1131-3 programming standards, programmers have access to all fieldbus and I/O data. PFC is available for Ethernet,...Read More »
Terminal Blocks are available in unlimited variations.
X-COM Series 769 includes base receptacle terminal blocks with 2 connections for either 2 plugs or 1 plug/1 cage clamp and 2-way jumping. Cage Clamp technology provides vibration-proof connections. Blocks are also available in disconnect, diode and LED versions. Variety of printed circuit board headers and chassis mount connectors allow greater usage of pre-assembled modules while being able to...Read More »
Sensor Terminal Block provides vibration-proof connection.
Series 270, with CAGE CLAMP connection, is suitable for control panels or junction boxes where limited space and persistent vibration are present. Front-entry wiring facilitates assembly for 3- and 4-wire sensors. Jumper slots accommodate non-insulated, push-in jumper bar, protecting against accidental contact. Jumpers are available in 2-way through 17-way versions for power distribution. Options...Read More »
Test Plug Adapters are designed for small terminal blocks.
Modular test plugs with cage clamp connection can be adapted to configuration of terminal strip, making them suitable for testing factory wired rail assemblies. Test plug contact is made in integral jumper slot of terminal blocks and connection is possible once push-in type jumper bars have been inserted. Spacers allow terminal blocks to be skipped so that test plugs can be adapted to design of...Read More »
Industrial Ethernet Switch handles harsh environments.
Five-port Model 758-500 automatically determines and remembers where Ethernet device is located and routes messages only through appropriate port. This minimizes network loading and enables true deterministic communications over Ethernet. Switch works over temperature range of -40 to 85-ºC, and runs directly on dc power already available in control cabinets, eliminating need for ac outlet...Read More »
Plug-in Transducers reduce installation time.
786 Series transducers can convert 0-10 V or 4-20 mA signals into isolated 0-10 V, 0-20 mA, or 4-20 mA signal with isolation rating of 4kV. It can be plugged directly onto terminal block assembly using base receptacle blocks that are 15, 20, or 25 mm wide. Modules are protected against mismating and can be replaced in single operation during maintenance without affecting wiring. Touchproof test...Read More »
Process Control System supports fieldbus protocols.
AirLINE system is based on I/O modules that support 11 fieldbus protocols including Profibus DP/FMS, DeviceNET, Ethernet and CANopen, plus IEC 61131 programming standard. DIN rail-mounted I/O modules require less space and provide easier connections and greater remote programmable control than using separate PLC and valve systems. I/O modules available include digital, analog, power switching,...Read More »