Amplicon’s new Ethernet I/O range delivers major cost savings to customers that want to monitor and control devices over an IP network. The Moxa ioLogik E1200 series have an Ethernet switch built-in and are priced as one of the most cost-effective new ranges of Remote I/O products on the market today.
Engineers that have used RS485 wiring on serial networks are familiar with daisy chain connections between remote I/O devices, but Ethernet I/O typically requires one or more switches to build a network. The inclusion of a built-in switch in the ioLogik E1200 series, removes a significant additional expense and keeps wiring schemes very simple.
Suitable for new or existing installations, the ioLogik E1200 series feature user defined Modbus TCP/IP addressing for easy replacement of existing devices. They also include support for the unique Active OPC server software which is available free of charge for up to 250 tags. The following variants are now available:
ioLogik E1210 - 16 digital input channelsioLogik E1211 - 16 digital output channelsioLogik E1212 - 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputsioLogik E1214 - 6 digital inputs and 6 relays
ioLogik E1240 - 8 analogue inputs
John Hayward, Product Manager for Measurement and Control at Amplicon commented:
“In a market populated with products that offer little to distinguish one from another, the new ioLogik E1200 series delivers a step change in functionality. The inclusion of an integral Ethernet switch makes installation much easier and significantly reduces the total project cost.”
For further details please visit: http://www.amplicon.com/mandc/product/Remote-Distributed-ioLogik-4020.cfm