Intelligent distributed I/O modules

San Diego, Calif.—I/O Pak family consists of three product series. The C-Series is broadly classified as 100 Hz, 16-bit analog measurement devices with Modbus-RTU, Profibus-DP, and simple ASCII communications options. They are solutions for distributed data acquisition systems, SCADA projects, and standalone applications that go beyond the capabilities of Action's signal conditioner...

04/01/2002



San Diego, Calif .-I/O Pak family consists of three product series. The C-Series is broadly classified as 100 Hz, 16-bit analog measurement devices with Modbus-RTU, Profibus-DP, and simple ASCII communications options. They are solutions for distributed data acquisition systems, SCADA projects, and standalone applications that go beyond the capabilities of Action's signal conditioners and alarm modules. K-Series modules are classified as 1,000 Hz, 19-bit analog measurement devices, configurable as Modbus or ASCII protocol slaves. When used with the optional EGATE-01 Data Concentrator, throughputs of 100,000 samples/sec can be achieved on a 12 Mbit/sec Profibus network. The DL Series intelligent data logging modules come with Modbus, Profibus, and ASCII serial interface, and can log data from their on-board I/O channels, as well as from other C-Series modules. www.actionio.com Action Instruments







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