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Product short description:
  • 4 analog inputs
  • 2 analog output
  • 6 discrete I/O channels
  • Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP
  • i2o peer-to-peer available for Modbus TCP/IP only

These modules provide an isolated Ethernet network interface for analog and discrete I/O signals. Multi-range analog inputs and outputs support a wide variety of industrial devices. High-resolution, low noise, A/D and D/A converters deliver high accuracy and reliability.

951EN: Combo module, analog current inputs
952EN: Combo module, analog voltage inputs

These Ethernet analog and discrete I/O modules provide an isolated Ethernet network interface for analog and discrete I/O signals. Multi-range analog inputs and outputs support a wide variety of industrial devices. High-resolution, low noise, A/D and D/A converters deliver high accuracy and reliability. 3-way isolation further improves system performance. The discrete I/O provide monitoring and control of on/off, high/low, or open/close industrial devices. Tandem I/O provides output level control and status verification in one unit.

The i2o function lets inputs on one module write directly to outputs on another module. Available for Modbus TCP/IP communication only.

Analog Input Ranges:
DC Current (user-selectable ranges)
0 to 1mA, 0 to 11mA, 0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA
0 to 20 amps AC (with optional AC sensor)

DC Voltage (user-selectable ranges): ±1V, ±5V, ±10V DC

Analog Output Ranges
DC Current (user-selectable ranges)
0 to 1mA, 0 to 20mA, or 4 to 20mA
(0 to 625 ohm loads, typical)

Discrete I/O Range
0 to 35V DC active-high inputs
Current sourcing (high-side switched) outputs

Network Communication:
EtherNet/IP
Modbus TCP/IP, (i2o® peer-to-peer available for Modbus TCP/IP only)
10/100 network

Power Requirement: 15 to 36V DC supply (3.3 Watts) required

Approvals
CE/ATEX marked
UL, cUL listed, Class I; Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, D
EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP conformance tested

Performance Specifications

Analog Input

Configuration
Four input channels
Input range is selectable as a 4-channel group

Accuracy
Better than ±0.05% of span (0.1% for 0-1mA range), typical
Accuracy near or below 0mA or 0V is degraded if input COM shares AO/DIO RTNs

Analog to Digital Converter (A/D)
16-bit Σ-∆ converter
Resolution: 0.005% or 1 part in 20000

Noise Rejection
Normal Mode: Better than 40dB @ 60Hz
Common Mode: Better than 140dB @ 60Hz

Input Conversion Rate: Less than 50mS per channel

Input Impedance

DC current input (951EN): 49.9 ohms
DC voltage input (952EN): Greater than 110.5K ohms

Analog Output

Configuration
Two output channels
Individually selectable ranges

Accuracy: Better than ±0.05% of span (0.1% for 0-1mA range), typical

Digital to Analog Converter (D/A): 16-bit converter

Current Output Compliance: 12V minimum, 13V typical

Current Output Load Resistance Range: 0 to 625 ohms, typical

Discrete Input

Input Type
Six independent, active-high, buffered inputs with a common connection
Built-in 5.6K ohm pull-down resistors socketed for 3-channel groups

Input Signal Voltage Range: 0 to 35V DC, maximum

Input Impedance: 100K ohms, typical

Input Signal Threshold: TTL compatible with 100mV of hysteresis, typical

Discrete Output

Output Type
Six independent, open-source, MOSFET switches

Output Voltage and ON Resistance
Up to 35V DC maximum (0 to 330mA/ch continuous)
0.15 ohms maximum ON resistance

Environmental

Ambient Temperature and Humidity
Operating: -25 to 70°C (-13 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 or 250V AC continuous
3-way isolation between I/O, network, and power

NOTE: i2o function only on Modbus TCP/IP modules

  • Configurable from a standard web browser
  • EtherNet/IP or Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP communication with automatic 10/100Mbps negotiation
  • i2o function (available ONLY with Modbus TCP/IP) enables direct input-to-output communication without a network controller
  • Multi-function, multi-channel stand-alone module is very economical
  • High-resolution 16-bit sigma-delta A/D and D/A converters ensure precise measurements
  • 0-35V DC solid-state logic interface can monitor or control a wide variety of devices
  • Discrete I/O channels are individually configurable as inputs or outputs in any combination
  • Bi-directional discrete I/O facilitates read-back monitoring of the output state
  • Built-in 5.6K ohm pull-down SIP resistors (socketed)
  • Selectable failsafe modes (0%, off, last-state,or pre-defined) help prevent unsafe conditions
  • Compact packaging with pluggable terminals saves space and simplifies wiring
  • Wide operational temperature range permits installation in extreme environments: -25°C to 70°C (-13° to 158°F)
  • Approvals: CE/ATEX marked; UL, cUL listed, Class 1 Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D; EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP conformance tested.
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Manuals

951EN-4012 / 952EN-4012 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

951EN-6012 / 952EN-6012 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

ESW-MBLIB-DEMO (Log in to download the file)
ATMX Demo Software (Log in to download the file)
AMTN-DEMO (Log in to download the file)
Ethernet IP EDS for 9xxEN-6xxx Modules (Log in to download the file)
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Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 4.5 × 1.5 × 5 in
Product Number

951EN-4012: Modbus TCP/IP and i2o protocol, current, 951EN-6012: EtherNet/IP, current, 952EN-4012: Modbus TCP/IP and i2o protocol, voltage, 952EN-6012: EtherNet/IP, voltage

Communication

Ethernet/IP, i2o Peer-to-Peer, Modbus TCP/IP

Power

DC Power

Product Series

BusWorks 900EN Series

Configuration

Built-in Web pages

  • Description

    951EN: Combo module, analog current inputs
    952EN: Combo module, analog voltage inputs

    These Ethernet analog and discrete I/O modules provide an isolated Ethernet network interface for analog and discrete I/O signals. Multi-range analog inputs and outputs support a wide variety of industrial devices. High-resolution, low noise, A/D and D/A converters deliver high accuracy and reliability. 3-way isolation further improves system performance. The discrete I/O provide monitoring and control of on/off, high/low, or open/close industrial devices. Tandem I/O provides output level control and status verification in one unit.

    The i2o function lets inputs on one module write directly to outputs on another module. Available for Modbus TCP/IP communication only.

    Analog Input Ranges:
    DC Current (user-selectable ranges)
    0 to 1mA, 0 to 11mA, 0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA
    0 to 20 amps AC (with optional AC sensor)

    DC Voltage (user-selectable ranges): ±1V, ±5V, ±10V DC

    Analog Output Ranges
    DC Current (user-selectable ranges)
    0 to 1mA, 0 to 20mA, or 4 to 20mA
    (0 to 625 ohm loads, typical)

    Discrete I/O Range
    0 to 35V DC active-high inputs
    Current sourcing (high-side switched) outputs

    Network Communication:
    EtherNet/IP
    Modbus TCP/IP, (i2o® peer-to-peer available for Modbus TCP/IP only)
    10/100 network

    Power Requirement: 15 to 36V DC supply (3.3 Watts) required

    Approvals
    CE/ATEX marked
    UL, cUL listed, Class I; Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, D
    EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP conformance tested

    Performance Specifications

    Analog Input

    Configuration
    Four input channels
    Input range is selectable as a 4-channel group

    Accuracy
    Better than ±0.05% of span (0.1% for 0-1mA range), typical
    Accuracy near or below 0mA or 0V is degraded if input COM shares AO/DIO RTNs

    Analog to Digital Converter (A/D)
    16-bit Σ-∆ converter
    Resolution: 0.005% or 1 part in 20000

    Noise Rejection
    Normal Mode: Better than 40dB @ 60Hz
    Common Mode: Better than 140dB @ 60Hz

    Input Conversion Rate: Less than 50mS per channel

    Input Impedance

    DC current input (951EN): 49.9 ohms
    DC voltage input (952EN): Greater than 110.5K ohms

    Analog Output

    Configuration
    Two output channels
    Individually selectable ranges

    Accuracy: Better than ±0.05% of span (0.1% for 0-1mA range), typical

    Digital to Analog Converter (D/A): 16-bit converter

    Current Output Compliance: 12V minimum, 13V typical

    Current Output Load Resistance Range: 0 to 625 ohms, typical

    Discrete Input

    Input Type
    Six independent, active-high, buffered inputs with a common connection
    Built-in 5.6K ohm pull-down resistors socketed for 3-channel groups

    Input Signal Voltage Range: 0 to 35V DC, maximum

    Input Impedance: 100K ohms, typical

    Input Signal Threshold: TTL compatible with 100mV of hysteresis, typical

    Discrete Output

    Output Type
    Six independent, open-source, MOSFET switches

    Output Voltage and ON Resistance
    Up to 35V DC maximum (0 to 330mA/ch continuous)
    0.15 ohms maximum ON resistance

    Environmental

    Ambient Temperature and Humidity
    Operating: -25 to 70°C (-13 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 or 250V AC continuous
    3-way isolation between I/O, network, and power

    NOTE: i2o function only on Modbus TCP/IP modules

  • Features & Benefits

    • Configurable from a standard web browser
    • EtherNet/IP or Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP communication with automatic 10/100Mbps negotiation
    • i2o function (available ONLY with Modbus TCP/IP) enables direct input-to-output communication without a network controller
    • Multi-function, multi-channel stand-alone module is very economical
    • High-resolution 16-bit sigma-delta A/D and D/A converters ensure precise measurements
    • 0-35V DC solid-state logic interface can monitor or control a wide variety of devices
    • Discrete I/O channels are individually configurable as inputs or outputs in any combination
    • Bi-directional discrete I/O facilitates read-back monitoring of the output state
    • Built-in 5.6K ohm pull-down SIP resistors (socketed)
    • Selectable failsafe modes (0%, off, last-state,or pre-defined) help prevent unsafe conditions
    • Compact packaging with pluggable terminals saves space and simplifies wiring
    • Wide operational temperature range permits installation in extreme environments: -25°C to 70°C (-13° to 158°F)
    • Approvals: CE/ATEX marked; UL, cUL listed, Class 1 Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D; EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP conformance tested.
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    How to Communicate with Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx & XTxxx2-xxx Ethernet/IP Modules from Compact Logix Devices App Note
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    How to Configure Kepware KEPServerEX 5.0 for Communications with Acromag BusWorks Modbus I/O Modules Application Note
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    How to Configure LabVIEW 2009 to Communicate with Acromag BusWorks and EtherStax Modbus I/O Modules Via an OPC Server Application Note
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    How to Communicate to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules using PCCC from Compact Logix Devices Application Note
    PCCC Messaging with CompactLogix This document illustrates a procedure for configuring PCCC message commands for Acromag Series 9xxEN Ethernet/IP modules using ladder logic programming and a Compact Logix Controller. It is assumed that the user has a working knowledge of ladder logic programming, the RSLogix5000 software, and the Compact Logix hardware. Configuring PCCC Messaging Using...
    How to Communicate to Ethernet Modules from Legacy Allen Bradley or Rockwell Automation Devices Application Note
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    How to Configure the Wonderware MBENET I/O Server to Communicate with the Acromag 9xxEN Ethernet Modules Application Note
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    How to Communicate to Acromag Series Ethernet Modules from Red Lion HMIs App Note
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  • Specs & Data Sheets

    Manuals

    951EN-4012 / 952EN-4012 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

    951EN-6012 / 952EN-6012 User Manual (Log in to download the file)

  • Software

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

    Additional information

    Weight 10 oz
    Dimensions 4.5 × 1.5 × 5 in
    Product Number

    951EN-4012: Modbus TCP/IP and i2o protocol, current, 951EN-6012: EtherNet/IP, current, 952EN-4012: Modbus TCP/IP and i2o protocol, voltage, 952EN-6012: EtherNet/IP, voltage

    Communication

    Ethernet/IP, i2o Peer-to-Peer, Modbus TCP/IP

    Power

    DC Power

    Product Series

    BusWorks 900EN Series

    Configuration

    Built-in Web pages