Acromag remote I/O modules feature signal conditioners and network I/O  for a broad range of monitoring and control operations where controllers communicate with instrumentation on the plant floor or in the field. Signal Conditioners include signal transmitters, signal isolators, 4-20mA signal splitters, limit alarms and computation modules. These signal conditioners input voltage, current, thermocouple, RTD, frequency, thermistor, load cell, potentiometer, and discrete sensors. These signal conditioners output DC voltage and current, relay, frequency, pulse width modulation and display/readout. Ethernet remote I/O modules communicate via Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP, Modbus UDP/IP, and Profinet.  

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    655T, 656T: Single or Dual Channel, Thermocouple/milliVolt Input, Loop-powered Transmitter

    • TC (types J, K T, R, S, E, B, N), ±1V DC, selectable range/type input
    • 4 to 20mA DC output
    • 12-50V DC from output loop power
    • DIP-switch configuration, signal linearizer, push-button calibration
    These units accept universal thermocouple and millivolt input signals, provide isolation, and output proportional DC current signals. The output can also be linearized to the input sensor signal.  
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    657T, 658T: Single or Dual Channel, RTD Input, Loop-powered Transmitter

    • 100 ohm Pt, 120 ohm Ni, 10 ohm Cu (selectable type) input
    • 4 to 20mA DC output
    • 12-50V DC from output loop power
    • DIP-switch configuration, push-button calibration
    These units accept universal RTD or resistance input signals and output proportional DC current signals. The output can also be linearized to the input sensor signal.    
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Signal Conditioning Selection Guide Videos

Welcome to our Signal Conditioning Selection Guide Videos. As a business with many helpful products to offer, we know it can be difficult to find which one you need. This quick selection guide should help point you in the right direction. Choose which video corresponds to your power needs, and the guide will show you which Acromag modules will work with your input.

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