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Product short description:
  • 8 differential current inputs
  • 2 discrete I/O
  • Ethernet I/O plus Expansion I/O
  • Multi-protocol support

NT2210 modules offer 8 current inputs and 2 limit alarms. Each input has true differential 16-bit A/D. NTE Ethernet models provide a compact network interface to monitor sensor levels or 4-20mA loops. Appending NTX expansion models can interface up to 32 differential current inputs on a single IP address.

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NT2210 Ethernet Analog I/O Modules Description

The BusWorks® NT2000 series offers a cost-effective, modular solution for Ethernet remote I/O systems. Two module types are available. NTE Ethernet models provide the protocol interface plus I/O signal processing channels. NTX expansion modules add extra I/O channels when mated to any NTE Ethernet communication module.

NT2210 modules offer 8 current inputs and 2 limit alarms. Each input has true differential 16-bit A/D. NTE Ethernet models provide a compact network interface to monitor sensor levels or 4-20mA loops. Appending NTX expansion models can interface up to 32 differential current inputs on a single IP address.

Applications include collecting pressure, level, flow, temperature, and other data at sensors, transducers, or transmitters. The 4-20mA current loop is the most common process control signal in many industries.

An isolated RS-485 bus links up to three expansion modules to the Ethernet module with connectors that join along the DIN rail. This internal NT bus distributes power and communication between the modules. Users can mix analog, temperature, and discrete I/O modules across the NT bus.

Acromag’s i2o® messaging technology allows direct peer-to-peer or multicast communication between remote modules without a master controller.

Performance Specifications

Ethernet Interface (NTE Models Only)

Communication:
Configurable for Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP, or Profinet.
Ethernet/IP, Profinet support coming soon.
10/100Mbps data rate, auto-sensing.
IP Address: Default 192.168.0.10. Configurable static IP or DHCP.

Analog Inputs

A/D Converter: Eight input channels differentially multiplexed to a 24‐bit sigma-delta ADC through unity‐gain differential buffers (only 16-bits are used).
Input Current Ranges
±20mA, 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 10-50mA, or 0-50mA.
Inputs will float relative to ADC unless connected to COM.
Up to five inputs in series can connect to the same 20mA current source.
Input Accuracy: Better than ±0.05% of span typical, ±0.1% maximum.

Discrete Inputs (Active-Low)

Input Signal Voltage Range: 0 to +32VDC.
Input Current: 280µA, typical at 32VDC.
Input Signal Threshold
TTL compatible w/100mV of hysteresis, typical.
1.7V DC Low-to-High, 1.6V DC High-to-Low.
0.8V DC TTL LOW limit, 2.0V DC TTL HIGH limit.
Input Resistance: 100K ohms typical (input only), ~10K ohms with output pull-up.
Input Response Time: 5ms typical, not including network time.

Discrete Outputs (Sinking)

Output “OFF” Voltage Range: 0 to 32V DC.
Output “ON” Current Range: 0 to 250mA DC, continuous.
Output Rds ON Resistance: 0.8 ohms typical, 1.6 ohms maximum.
Output Response Time: 5ms typical. Does not include network time.

General I/O

Input Update/Conversion Rate: Fresh data available to the network every 10ms.
Response Time from an Ethernet Command: Less than 5ms, typical.
Excitation:
External voltage of 4-32V required between I/O EXC and any RTN.
Excitation must source 52mA minimum (at 32V).
For 16 channels at 250mA max rated load, excitation must source 4A min.
I/O Pull-Ups (Internal): Each I/O channel has 10KΩ pull-up to EXC to pull the tandem open drain output and input high/OFF.

Environmental and Physical

Temperature and Humidity:
Operating: -40 to +70°C (-40 to +158°F).
Storage: -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F).
Relative Humidity: 5 to 95%, non-condensing.
Isolation: 1500V AC for 60 seconds and 250V AC or 354V DC continuous between I/O channels (group), each network port and power circuits.
Power Supply:
9-32V DC SELV power wired to NTE model only.
Power to NTX models is via NT bus connection.
Power Consumption:
NTE2211: <=1.5W (input).
NTX2211: <=0.5W max. (each).
Dimensions (width x height x depth):
NTE: 25 x 116.9 x 139.2 mm (0.98 x 4.6 x 5.48 inches).
NTX: 25 x 116.9 x 116.65 mm (0.98 x 4.6 x 4.59 inches).
Weight:
NTE: 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg).
NTX: 0.3 lbs (0.14 kg).

Standards and Certifications

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): CE marked, per EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
Safety Approvals: UL/cUL: Class I; Div 2; Groups A, B, C, D (pending). ATEX/IECEx: Zone 2 (pending).

 

 

 

  • Configured over Ethernet with web browser
  • Expandable I/O capacity, up to 58 I/O channels of mixed signal types on one IP address
  • Field-selectable Modbus TCP/IP, *Ethernet/IP, or *Profinet communication
  • i2o peer-to-peer or multicast communication
  • Dual RJ45 ports enable daisy chain topology
  • Eight current inputs
  • Accepts ±20mA, 0/4-20mA, and 0/10-50mA input
  • Discrete I/O can monitor and control equipment with TTL or 32V logic levels
  • *OPC-UA, *MQTT and *RESTful API IIoT support
  • *Conditional logic for rule-based I/O operation
  • Advanced *alarm and *data logging functions
  • 1500V isolation between I/O, network, and power
  • Thin 25mm housing with pluggable terminals
  • Wide temperature operation (-40 to 70°C)
  • CE compliant. UL/cUL Class 1 Div 2 and ATEX/IECEx Zone 2 approvals (pending)

* Coming soon. Consult factory for availability.

 

 

 

How to Connect to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices App Note
Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices These instructions summarize the basic steps you will have to take in order to initially connect an Acromag Ethernet I/O product to your Personal Computer (PC) or laptop. To connect an Ethernet device to your PC, consult with your network administrator and either temporarily change the TCP/IP configuration...
How to Extend I/O Capability with Ethernet Application Note
Model 353 Controllers: Extending I/O Capability with Ethernet Introduction Ethernet has gained wide acceptance in the industrial process control world as a viable local area network (LAN) solution. Today, Ethernet is also finding use on the sensor and data acquisition side of the controller. Manufactures have developed I/O devices that put thermocouple, RTD, current, voltage,...
What is EtherNet/IP: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
Introduction to EtherNet/IP What is EtherNet/IP (Ethernet Industrial Protocol)? EtherNet/IP is traditional Ethernet combined with an industrial application layer protocol targeted to industrial automation. This application layer protocol is the Control and Information Protocol (CIP™). In this whitepaper, you will review the basic aspects of EtherNet/IP and learn how the open-source protocol can benefit your...
How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
Extending Ethernet Redundancy Schemes All the Way Down to the I/O Ethernet was never designed for the plant floor industrial environment. It was designed for office systems and the environment of the enterprise business systems. In the business systems environment, making sure that the network has ultra high availability at all times is not necessary....
How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
This white paper details the steps needed to access your I/O module remotely over the internet. This can be done with Ethernet-enabled I/O modules that have the capability to display built-in webpage-based output monitoring. In other words, if your I/O module can serve a webpage over Ethernet, and the network it is connected to has...
What is Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices? Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
Improving Determinism of Real-Time Applications over Ethernet Field devices must continuously perform their tasks on-time under a myriad of manufacturing conditions. These conditions affect device up-time and maintenance actions that impact the factory’s bottom line. Everyone is familiar with how temperature, humidity, vibration, and EMC can affect a field device. But there is one condition...
What is PriorityChannel™? Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
Improving Determinism of Real-Time Applications over Ethernet Innovasic® PriorityChannel™ combines hardware and software to make sure your time-critical application data gets to and from the network, without interference from standard network data. Strengthen your field devices against real-time performance problems, or possible failure, even as network traffic increases.   Learn more: What is Ethernet/IP?
How to Connect to an Ethernet Device for Communication Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
How to Connect to an Ethernet Device for Communication Acromag manufactures Ethernet-enabled devices that monitor and isolate voltage, current, thermocouple, and RTD signals, as well as control analog and digital outputs, and can transmit I/O information over Ethernet and on the internet. However, the complexities of Ethernet communication can make connecting to these devices difficult....

Manuals

NT2000 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

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Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Dimensions 13 × 12 × 3 in
Product Series

BusWorks NT Series

Part Number

NTE2211-1111: Ethernet I/O module with dual RJ45 ports, 8 differential current inputs and 2 discrete I/O, NTX2211-0011: Expansion I/O module with 8 differential current inputs and 2 discrete I/O

  • Description

    NT2210 Ethernet Analog I/O Modules Description

    The BusWorks® NT2000 series offers a cost-effective, modular solution for Ethernet remote I/O systems. Two module types are available. NTE Ethernet models provide the protocol interface plus I/O signal processing channels. NTX expansion modules add extra I/O channels when mated to any NTE Ethernet communication module.

    NT2210 modules offer 8 current inputs and 2 limit alarms. Each input has true differential 16-bit A/D. NTE Ethernet models provide a compact network interface to monitor sensor levels or 4-20mA loops. Appending NTX expansion models can interface up to 32 differential current inputs on a single IP address.

    Applications include collecting pressure, level, flow, temperature, and other data at sensors, transducers, or transmitters. The 4-20mA current loop is the most common process control signal in many industries.

    An isolated RS-485 bus links up to three expansion modules to the Ethernet module with connectors that join along the DIN rail. This internal NT bus distributes power and communication between the modules. Users can mix analog, temperature, and discrete I/O modules across the NT bus.

    Acromag’s i2o® messaging technology allows direct peer-to-peer or multicast communication between remote modules without a master controller.

    Performance Specifications

    Ethernet Interface (NTE Models Only)

    Communication:
    Configurable for Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP, or Profinet.
    Ethernet/IP, Profinet support coming soon.
    10/100Mbps data rate, auto-sensing.
    IP Address: Default 192.168.0.10. Configurable static IP or DHCP.

    Analog Inputs

    A/D Converter: Eight input channels differentially multiplexed to a 24‐bit sigma-delta ADC through unity‐gain differential buffers (only 16-bits are used).
    Input Current Ranges
    ±20mA, 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 10-50mA, or 0-50mA.
    Inputs will float relative to ADC unless connected to COM.
    Up to five inputs in series can connect to the same 20mA current source.
    Input Accuracy: Better than ±0.05% of span typical, ±0.1% maximum.

    Discrete Inputs (Active-Low)

    Input Signal Voltage Range: 0 to +32VDC.
    Input Current: 280µA, typical at 32VDC.
    Input Signal Threshold
    TTL compatible w/100mV of hysteresis, typical.
    1.7V DC Low-to-High, 1.6V DC High-to-Low.
    0.8V DC TTL LOW limit, 2.0V DC TTL HIGH limit.
    Input Resistance: 100K ohms typical (input only), ~10K ohms with output pull-up.
    Input Response Time: 5ms typical, not including network time.

    Discrete Outputs (Sinking)

    Output “OFF” Voltage Range: 0 to 32V DC.
    Output “ON” Current Range: 0 to 250mA DC, continuous.
    Output Rds ON Resistance: 0.8 ohms typical, 1.6 ohms maximum.
    Output Response Time: 5ms typical. Does not include network time.

    General I/O

    Input Update/Conversion Rate: Fresh data available to the network every 10ms.
    Response Time from an Ethernet Command: Less than 5ms, typical.
    Excitation:
    External voltage of 4-32V required between I/O EXC and any RTN.
    Excitation must source 52mA minimum (at 32V).
    For 16 channels at 250mA max rated load, excitation must source 4A min.
    I/O Pull-Ups (Internal): Each I/O channel has 10KΩ pull-up to EXC to pull the tandem open drain output and input high/OFF.

    Environmental and Physical

    Temperature and Humidity:
    Operating: -40 to +70°C (-40 to +158°F).
    Storage: -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F).
    Relative Humidity: 5 to 95%, non-condensing.
    Isolation: 1500V AC for 60 seconds and 250V AC or 354V DC continuous between I/O channels (group), each network port and power circuits.
    Power Supply:
    9-32V DC SELV power wired to NTE model only.
    Power to NTX models is via NT bus connection.
    Power Consumption:
    NTE2211: <=1.5W (input).
    NTX2211: <=0.5W max. (each).
    Dimensions (width x height x depth):
    NTE: 25 x 116.9 x 139.2 mm (0.98 x 4.6 x 5.48 inches).
    NTX: 25 x 116.9 x 116.65 mm (0.98 x 4.6 x 4.59 inches).
    Weight:
    NTE: 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg).
    NTX: 0.3 lbs (0.14 kg).

    Standards and Certifications

    Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): CE marked, per EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
    Safety Approvals: UL/cUL: Class I; Div 2; Groups A, B, C, D (pending). ATEX/IECEx: Zone 2 (pending).

     

     

     

  • Features & Benefits

    • Configured over Ethernet with web browser
    • Expandable I/O capacity, up to 58 I/O channels of mixed signal types on one IP address
    • Field-selectable Modbus TCP/IP, *Ethernet/IP, or *Profinet communication
    • i2o peer-to-peer or multicast communication
    • Dual RJ45 ports enable daisy chain topology
    • Eight current inputs
    • Accepts ±20mA, 0/4-20mA, and 0/10-50mA input
    • Discrete I/O can monitor and control equipment with TTL or 32V logic levels
    • *OPC-UA, *MQTT and *RESTful API IIoT support
    • *Conditional logic for rule-based I/O operation
    • Advanced *alarm and *data logging functions
    • 1500V isolation between I/O, network, and power
    • Thin 25mm housing with pluggable terminals
    • Wide temperature operation (-40 to 70°C)
    • CE compliant. UL/cUL Class 1 Div 2 and ATEX/IECEx Zone 2 approvals (pending)

    * Coming soon. Consult factory for availability.

     

     

     

  • Tech Papers

    How to Connect to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices App Note
    Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices These instructions summarize the basic steps you will have to take in order to initially connect an Acromag Ethernet I/O product to your Personal Computer (PC) or laptop. To connect an Ethernet device to your PC, consult with your network administrator and either temporarily change the TCP/IP configuration...
    How to Extend I/O Capability with Ethernet Application Note
    Model 353 Controllers: Extending I/O Capability with Ethernet Introduction Ethernet has gained wide acceptance in the industrial process control world as a viable local area network (LAN) solution. Today, Ethernet is also finding use on the sensor and data acquisition side of the controller. Manufactures have developed I/O devices that put thermocouple, RTD, current, voltage,...
    What is EtherNet/IP: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    Introduction to EtherNet/IP What is EtherNet/IP (Ethernet Industrial Protocol)? EtherNet/IP is traditional Ethernet combined with an industrial application layer protocol targeted to industrial automation. This application layer protocol is the Control and Information Protocol (CIP™). In this whitepaper, you will review the basic aspects of EtherNet/IP and learn how the open-source protocol can benefit your...
    How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    Extending Ethernet Redundancy Schemes All the Way Down to the I/O Ethernet was never designed for the plant floor industrial environment. It was designed for office systems and the environment of the enterprise business systems. In the business systems environment, making sure that the network has ultra high availability at all times is not necessary....
    How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet: Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    This white paper details the steps needed to access your I/O module remotely over the internet. This can be done with Ethernet-enabled I/O modules that have the capability to display built-in webpage-based output monitoring. In other words, if your I/O module can serve a webpage over Ethernet, and the network it is connected to has...
    What is Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices? Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    Improving Determinism of Real-Time Applications over Ethernet Field devices must continuously perform their tasks on-time under a myriad of manufacturing conditions. These conditions affect device up-time and maintenance actions that impact the factory’s bottom line. Everyone is familiar with how temperature, humidity, vibration, and EMC can affect a field device. But there is one condition...
    What is PriorityChannel™? Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    Improving Determinism of Real-Time Applications over Ethernet Innovasic® PriorityChannel™ combines hardware and software to make sure your time-critical application data gets to and from the network, without interference from standard network data. Strengthen your field devices against real-time performance problems, or possible failure, even as network traffic increases.   Learn more: What is Ethernet/IP?
    How to Connect to an Ethernet Device for Communication Whitepaper (Log in to view the file)
    How to Connect to an Ethernet Device for Communication Acromag manufactures Ethernet-enabled devices that monitor and isolate voltage, current, thermocouple, and RTD signals, as well as control analog and digital outputs, and can transmit I/O information over Ethernet and on the internet. However, the complexities of Ethernet communication can make connecting to these devices difficult....
  • Specs & Data Sheets

    Manuals

    NT2000 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

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  • Additional information

    Additional information

    Weight 15 oz
    Dimensions 13 × 12 × 3 in
    Product Series

    BusWorks NT Series

    Part Number

    NTE2211-1111: Ethernet I/O module with dual RJ45 ports, 8 differential current inputs and 2 discrete I/O, NTX2211-0011: Expansion I/O module with 8 differential current inputs and 2 discrete I/O