Digital I/O modules add flexibility

Allen-Bradley Point I/O modules are designed to increase system flexibility and reduce total cost of ownership. Products include Series C 17734-OB2 (2-channel), -OB4 (4-channel), and -OB8 (8-channel). All are standard feature (non-diagnostic), 24 V dc protected output modules that can be integrated into existing systems.

05/01/2005


Machine Control & Discrete Sensors





Allen-Bradley Point I/O modules are designed to increase system flexibility and reduce total cost of ownership. Products include Series C 17734-OB2 (2-channel), -OB4 (4-channel), and -OB8 (8-channel). All are standard feature (non-diagnostic), 24 V dc protected output modules that can be integrated into existing systems. Each module is rated for 1 A per output and 3 A per module. The 1734-ARM is a single-slot 12-mm-wide smart slot filler for the Point I/O backplane. The Address Reserve Module helps OEMs and end-users reuse previously developed applications. The 1734-CTM and -VTM single-slot 12-mm-wide modules provide easy-to-use common and voltage terminations for two- and three-wire field devices. www.rockwellautomation.com Rockwell Automation





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