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.
The DT233 model is a dual two-wire transmitter that isolates and converts millivolt or thermocouple sensor inputs to proportional 4-20mA control signals. Power is received from the output loop current.
Single or dual I/O with a dual output model and full isolation
These units receive 4-20mA process current inputs and provide isolated 4-20mA output signals. Each channel operates independently and is isolated from the others to prevent interaction between channels. Galvanic isolation eliminates ground loops, reduces noise, and blocks transient signals.
924MB: Thermocouple/milliVolt Modbus-RTU Input Module with Limit Alarms
4 input channels, thermocouple (types J, K, T, R, S, E, B, N) or millivolt (±100mV DC) input
4 alarm channels, open drain MOSFETS (1A DC loads, 0 to 35V DC)
10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
This signal conditioner is a four-channel analog input module with four discrete outputs. It filters and linearizes thermocouple inputs while providing isolation between input, output, power, and network circuits. Cold junction compensation and upscale/downscale sensor break detection are standard.
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