Analog signal conversion transducers for industrial applications

Phoenix Contact's set-point relay and analog-to-frequency transducer measure are designed for industrial applications and have an operating temperature range of -40 to 70 C and a voltage range of 9.3 to 30 V dc.

03/19/2016


Phoenix Contact's set-point relay and analog-to-frequency transducer measure are designed for industrial applications and have an operating temperature range of -40 to 70 C and a voltage range of 9.3 to 30 V dc. Courtesy: Phoenix ContactPhoenix Contact's set-point relay and analog-to-frequency transducer measure have been added to the Mini Pro series and measure 6.2-mm wide. They are designed for industrial applications and have an operating temperature range of -40 to 70 C and a voltage range of 9.3 to 30 V dc. The set-point relay module is a universally configurable limit-value switch with PDT relay output. It has plug-in connection technology for switching analog limit values. With the analog input switching range freely adjustable from 0 to 24 mA and 0 to 12 V. A high-quality form C relay on the output side is good for up to 250 V ac/dc, up to a maximum 6 A. The analog-to-frequency transducer offers conversion of analog signals to a frequency or pulse width modulated (PWM) signal. On the input the ranges are freely adjustable from 0-24 mA and 0-12 V. For the output, frequency signals between 0 and 11 kHz and PWM signals between 0 and 100 percent are possible. In addition, the output can be operated as a switching output, with the two switching thresholds set independently of one another. 

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