I/O modules cut costs, save space

Five new Snap I/O modules from Opto 22 include Snap-AIMA-32 thirty-two channel current input module; the Snap-AIV-32 thirty-two channel voltage input module; and the Snap-IAC-16, Snap-IAC-A-16, and Snap-IDC-16 isolated sixteen-channel digital input modules.

04/02/2007


Machine Control

Five new Snap I/O modules from Opto 22 include Snap-AIMA-32 thirty-two channel current input module; the Snap-AIV-32 thirty-two channel voltage input module; and the Snap-IAC-16, Snap-IAC-A-16, and Snap-IDC-16 isolated sixteen-channel digital input modules. The increased density of each—up to eight times more than standard four-channel Snap modules—can reduce system per-point costs by a factor of up to 400% and significantly reduce required panel space. They connect to and communicate with sensors, actuators, instrumentation, and equipment in industrial applications involving digital on/off control or the monitoring and acquisition of analog temperature, humidity, pressure, flow, and other types of data. The I/O modules are part of the redesigned and simplified suite of hardware and software recently introduced by the company. The new offerings are intended to be easier to understand, simpler to select and configure, and less expensive to install. The more than 20 revamped products include project, simulation, and connectivity software; I/O processors, modules and racks; and the Snap Motion Control Subsystem.

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