Analog input modules for temperature data collection

Wago's I/O 750-450 4-channel and 750-451 8-channel RTD analog input modules are designed for a wide range of temperature data collection tasks in factory automation, motor and process control applications.

02/16/2015


Wago's I/O 750-450 4-Channel and 750-451 8-channel RTD analog input modules are designed for a wide range of temperature data collection tasks in factory automation, motor and process control applications. Courtesy: Wago

Wago's I/O 750-450 4-channel and 750-451 8-channel RTD analog input modules directly connect to Pt and Ni resistance sensors and are designed to provide accurate reading of sensor data. They are configurable for multiple sensor types or potentiometers and feature a red status LED that indicates sensor errors (short circuit, wire break, or out-of-measurement range). They have a compact 12 mm profile saving cabinet space and areavailable with 2-, 3- or 4-wire connection technology. The 750-450/451 is designed for a wide range of temperature data collection tasks in factory automation, motor and process control applications.

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