Universal IO: The new normal

This white paper explains how Universal Cabinets can become standard parts to reduce automation project risk, with remotely configurable I/O channels to allow modules to be analog or digital and input or output.

By Honeywell October 17, 2014

From the earliest implementations of process automation systems, control functions have been intimately tied to instruments connected to the process. As control systems have evolved into more modular designs, the separation of physical hardware and software functions has become more pronounced.

Download this white paper to learn how universal cabinets can reduce automation project risk.