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Product short description:
  • 16-channel discrete I/O
  • 8 counter/timers
  • Modbus TCP/IP communication

These modules provide an isolated Ethernet interface for any input/output mix of up to 16 discrete signals. Inputs sense the status of dry contacts, switches, power supplies, and DC logic. Industrial-grade units have eight 32-bit counters with timers, alarms, and non-volatile memory for metering, totalizing, and low-frequency periodic measurement. The outputs control solid-state switching of lamps, horns, and other devices.

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989EN-4016: Industrial-grade version
989EN-4C16: Commercial-grade (no counters)

These modules provide an isolated Ethernet interface for any input/output mix of up to 16 discrete signals. Inputs sense the status of dry contacts, switches, power supplies, and DC logic. Industrial-grade units have eight 32-bit counters with timers, alarms, and non-volatile memory for metering, totalizing, and low-frequency periodic measurement. The outputs control solid-state switching of lamps, horns, and other devices.

Input/Output Ranges:
Input: 0-28V DC, 31V DC maximum
Output: 0-28V DC, 0.5A/ch max, 2A total
Counter/Timers (Industrial-grade units):
8 up/down counters, 32-bit, 150Hz max
8 timers, 16-bit, 1mS resolution
Ethernet Communication: Modbus TCP/IP, 10/100Base-T(X)
Power Requirement: 18 to 36V DC (1.33 W)
Approvals (Industrial-grade only): CE, UL/cUL Zone 2, Class 1, Division 2, ABCD

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range:
989EN-4016, -40 to 65°C (-40 to 149°F)
989EN-4C16, 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
Storage Temperature Range:
989EN-4016, -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
989EN-4C16, 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°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

  • 16 solid-state discrete I/O channels (any mix of inputs/outputs)
  • 3-way isolation and surge suppression
  • Web browser configuration
  • Automatic MDI/MDI-X negotiation
  • Inputs accept 2- or 3-wire sensors and active logic switches (dry contacts, prox, namur, 5-28V DC logic)
  • Inputs detect level and change of state
  • 8 configurable counter/timers
    • 32-bit up/down pulse/event counters (with non-volatile memory)
    • 16-bit periodic timers for “last pulse”
    • Momentary/latch alarms (each counter)
  • Programmable debounce (0-65 seconds with 1mS resolution)
  • Programmable power-up conditions
  • Over-temperature, over-current, and over-voltage output protection
  • Ability to “read-back” output states
  • Watchdog timer output configurable for failsafe or hold-last-value operation
  • Self-test and auto-copy functions
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Manuals

989EN User Manual (Log in to download the file)

AMTN-DEMO (Log in to download the file)
ATMX Demo Software (Log in to download the file)
ESW-MBLIB-DEMO (Log in to download the file)
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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

    • 16 solid-state discrete I/O channels (any mix of inputs/outputs)
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  • Specs & Data Sheets

    Manuals

    989EN User Manual (Log in to download the file)

  • Software

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    ATMX Demo Software (Log in to download the file)
    ESW-MBLIB-DEMO (Log in to download the file)
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  • Additional information

    Additional information

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

    4001-096: USB Ethernet Adapter