The bus stops here -- turn fieldbus i/o into
There are many fieldbus systems or
automation systems consisting of communications and network I/O devices. Here
is how you convert network I/O into power I/O.
These pictures include:
Allen-Bradley Point I/O, Sixnet IO, Action I/O, National Instruments FieldPoint
I/O, IPIO, and PicoServ IO. All of these are directly compatible with the
Power-IO family of products.
These are many other companies who
also manufacture excellent network I/O products. The pictures that are shown
here are for example only. All trademarks are the property of their respective
Power-io leads the industry in
these network applications for the following reasons:
- Power-io's "ultra low
current-input requirement" (3 - 9 mA) means that the network product, PLC or
PC's control signal can activate one or more units without any
- The I/O modules offer the
industry's best flexibility since you can install exactly what you need.
Install 1 or 100 without wasting any space or without any concerns about a
shared mother-board failing.
- The small SSRs provide a variety
of amperage and voltage choices to match your needs.
- The din rail units can be
installed edge-to-edge on the same din rail, without de-rating, for the
highest density installations in the industry.
- The high amperage 50, 75, or 100
amp din rail units include a built-in, replaceable I²T fuse, resulting in
faster installations that require less panel space.
- 4000 volt isolation between
input, output, or adjacent points ensures a high level of safety for personnel
or machinery, while reducing ground loop problems.
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Power-IO's family of i/o products, please visit:
Full product specifications,
pricing, and online ordering capabilities are available on those