Ethernet Module produces pneumatic pressures.

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Model ENETCPM control pressure module can supply pneumatic pressures or relay logic on demand, based on commands sent via Ethernet or Internet. It has eight digital circuits controlled by onboard microprocessor: three are for internal solenoid valves, and five circuits are available for lights, switches or valves. Communication is 10BaseT via TCP/IP protocol. Its embedded web server communicates over Ethernet LAN or via Internet.



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Ethernet Module with Digital Circuits & Embedded Web Server


The model ENETCPM Ethernet Control Pressure Module can supply pneumatic pressures or relay logic on demand. It can also be used to provide pneumatic control pressures to analog ZOC and digital DSA pressure scanners.

The model ENETCPM contains a total of eight digital circuits controlled by an onboard microprocessor. Three of the circuits are used for the internal solenoid valves, and five addition circuits are available for the user. The additional circuits can be used for lights, switches, valves, etc. The solenoid valves and digital circuits can be easily configured to operate independently or as part of a group.

Communication is 10BaseT via TCP/IP protocol. It has an embedded web server than communicates over an Ethernet LAN or over the Internet. This communication versatility makes it possible to configure and monitor a process through a Web browser from anywhere in the facility, or the world.
A LabView Driver is also available.

The ETETCPM Digital Module has a stainless steel enclosure that is rugged and splash resistant. All pneumatic fittings are 1/4 inch Stainless Steel Swagelok compression fittings. The power requirement is 24Vdc.

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