Ethernet fieldbus coupler

Wago Corp.’s new 750-352 ECO Ethernet Fieldbus Coupler enables the transition from centralized PAC/PLCs to flexible, decentralized networks. The ECO Coupler supports protocols such as Modbus TCP/IP and EtherNet I/P, and accommodates 64 I/O modules. Said to be ideal for applications with medium I/O counts, the 750-352 allows integrators to reduce costs via economical distributive controls.

01/01/2010


 

Wago Corp.

Wago Corp.’s new 750-352 ECO Ethernet Fieldbus Coupler enables the transition from centralized PAC/PLCs to flexible, decentralized networks. The ECO Coupler supports protocols such as Modbus TCP/IP and EtherNet I/P, and accommodates 64 I/O modules. Said to be ideal for applications with medium I/O counts, the 750-352 allows integrators to reduce costs via economical distributive controls. The DIN-rail mount, UL listed ECO Coupler ensures reliable data transmission and high-speed communication via 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet port. The ECO Coupler’s compatibility with the 300+ analog, digital, and specialty modules within the Wago-I/O-System provides customization of distributive control applications. Cage clamp spring pressure connection technology is used for all terminations. The ECO Coupler can also expand the performance and usability of Allen-Bradley RSLogix 5000 systems with Wago’s free add-on instructions. The no cost download allows selection of applicable instruction(s) for inserting into the program.

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