BK9105 Bus Coupler support Ethernet/IP

Beckhoff Automation The BK9105 Bus Coupler from Beckhoff Automation makes the comprehensive Beckhoff Bus Terminal I/O system of over 200 different signal types fully available to EtherNet/IP users. It is ODVA-certified and follows the producer and consumer model for I/O data. Developed using the most advanced industrial Ethernet technology, but costing just $318, it provides users with a dramat...

04/01/2007



Beckhoff Automation

The BK9105 Bus Coupler from Beckhoff Automation makes the comprehensive Beckhoff Bus Terminal I/O system of over 200 different signal types fully available to EtherNet/IP users. It is ODVA-certified and follows the producer and consumer model for I/O data. Developed using the most advanced industrial Ethernet technology, but costing just $318, it provides users with a dramatic price-to-performance ratio. Equipped with 12 LEDs for diagnostic information, without additional tools, including: simple voltage displays, Ethernet port status and a wide range of information regarding established connections and EtherNet/IP communication status. www.beckhoffautomation.com





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