The system is targeting process control, machine control, OEM, manufacturing, SCADA/RTU, building and facilities, and IIoT applications. Commercial, retail, warehousing, and distribution customers will also find that the system opens a wide variety of new options for tracking, storing, and visualizing data-all essential to developing more efficient operations.
- UL Hazardous Locations approved and ATEX compliant
- Wide -20 to 70 °C operating temperature range
- Stainless-steel chassis with 4, 8, or 16 I/O modules
- I/O module density of up to 24 channels per module
- Multi-featured analog input with voltage, current, and loop sourcing in single module
- Analog input resolution of 20 bits at 0.1% accuracy over span
- DC outputs with load switching at 0.4 A per channel @ 70 ºC
- AC outputs with load switching at 0.5 A per channel @ 70 ºC; blown-fuse detection
- AC/DC mechanical relay output at 5 A per channel @ 70 ºC
- Channel-to-channel isolation available
- Multiple power supply options including AC, DC, and pass-through
- Dual, independent Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces
- Fully compatible with the SNAP PAC System
- All products made in the U.S.A.
Industry 4.0: The Industrial Internet of Things
Explore the current state of the production, processing, and manufacturing industries and discover what it will take to achieve re-industrialization of the former industrial powerhouses that can counterbalance the benefits of cheap labor providers dominating the industrial sector. This book explores the potential for the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), and Smart Factory technologies to replace the still largely mechanical, people-based systems of offshore locations.
Industry 4.0: The Industrial Internet of Things covers Industry 4.0, a term that encapsulates trends and technologies that could rewrite the rules of manufacturing and production.
- Discover the Industrial Internet and Industrial Internet of Things
- See the technologies that must advance to enable Industry 4.0 and learn what is happening today to make that happen
- Observe examples of the implementation of Industry 4.0
- Apply some of these case studies
- Discover the potential to take back the lead in manufacturing, and the potential fallout that could result