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Product short description:
  • 8-channel differential analog voltage input
  • Modbus TCP/IP, i2o peer-to-peer communication

These modules interface high-level analog input signals to an Ethernet network. A high-performance design ensures reliable measurements and dependable operation.

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Models

968EN-4008: Industrial-grade units
968EN-4C08: Commercial-grade units

These modules interface high-level analog input signals to an Ethernet network. A high-performance design ensures reliable measurements and dependable operation.

Industrial-grade models add a configurable integrator/totalizer plus superior accuracy and temperature performance compared to the economical commercial-grade version.

Input Ranges: ±5V, ±10V DC (selectable on each channel)
Ethernet Communication: Modbus TCP/IP, 10/100Base-T(X), i2o peer-to-peer
Power Requirement: 18 to 36V DC, 2.4W
Approvals: CE, UL/cUL (industrial-grade units only) Zone 2, Class 1, Division 2, ABCD

i2o Peer-to-Peer Messaging

With Acromag’s i2o technology, you can map each input channel to any output channel on a 97xEN-400x output unit. Select updates based on time or on a percent of range change (100mS or 0.1% resolution).

Performance Specifications

Accuracy:
968EN-4008: Less than 0.05% of range
968EN-4C08: Less than 0.10% of range
Input Impedance: 4M ohms
Operating Temperature and Humidity Ranges:
968EN-4008: -40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F)
968EN-4C08: 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%, non-condensing
Isolation:
3-way isolation of I/O, power, network circuits
Peak: 1500V AC, ANSI/ISA-82.01-1988
Continuous: 250V AC, 354V DC

  • High-resolution 16-bit A/D
  • Fast scanning of all channels in 8mS
  • 3-way isolation and surge suppression
  • Peer-to-peer i2o communication with percent-of-span or timed-based updates
  • Configurable integration/totalization function with non-volatile registers
  • Dual-format 16/32-bit data registers
  • Scaling registers on all channels
  • Configurable sample averaging
  • Automatic calibration and self-test
  • User-adjustable TCP Ports 1-99,999 for advanced network configuration
  • Web browser configuration with copy utility for fast setup

Differences between Industrial and Commercial Models

Industrial Models Commercial Models
Operating Temp: -40°C to 70°C 0°C to 55°C
Accuracy: 0.05%, Typical 0.1%
Approvals: CE, UL, cUL CE only
Totalizer: Yes Not Available
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Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions 12 × 13 × 3 in
Part Number

4001-096: USB Ethernet Adapter

  • Description

    Standards

    USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u

    Ports One Type-A Male Connector, One RJ-45 Port
    LEDs Link/Activity

    Cabling
    Type Cat 5 Ethernet Cable

    Dimensions
    7.96” x 1.00” x 0.69” (202.3 x 25.35 x 17.65 mm)

    Weight
    0.8 oz (23 kg)

    Power
    3.3V low power consumption

    Certification
    FCC Class B, CE Class B, UL

    Operating Temp.
    32 to 158°F (0 to 70°C)

    Storage Temp.
    32 to 158°F (0 to 70°C)

    Operating Humidity
    10 to 90% non-condensing

    Storage Humidity
    10 to 90% non-condensing

    Includes: Package Contents

    • One USB Ethernet Adapter
    • One Driver Installation CD
    • One Quick Installation Guide
    • One User Guide included on Installation CD
    • One Acromag Ethernet I/O Instruction Sheet
    • One IP Address Batch Configuration CD
  • Features & Benefits

    • High-resolution 16-bit A/D
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    Additional information

    Weight N/A
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    Part Number

    4001-096: USB Ethernet Adapter