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DIN rail programmable automation controller SIGMAPAC
RS232RS485for fieldbus

DIN rail programmable automation controller
DIN rail programmable automation controller
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Characteristics

Type
DIN rail
Network
RS232, RS485, for fieldbus, CANopen
Other characteristics
DIN rail, modular
Applications
for controllers

Description

Distribuited Programmable Automation Control system (PAC) - DIN Rail Mount modular controller - CPU with service I/Os on Board - Connectible up to 32 Sigma I/O modules - IEC61131-3 programming - On-board main bus, ethernet serial and fieldbus ports for I/O expansion, programming and configuration - Customizable SMS alarm handling - Connectable to SCADA, Operator panels or mobile devices Process inputs: Analogue and digital inputs for any kind of sensor and transmitter according to the selected module Process outputs: Analogue and digital outputs for any kind of sensor and transmitter according to the selected module Power supply: 24VDC/VAC Functions: IEC61131-3 programming standards Up to 6 different programming languages - Multitasking - Integrated control functions (with enhanced PID ) - Programmer, batch and logical (PLC). Communication and programming: Interfaces X1 Configuration port RS232 ModbusRTU Master/Slave, ASCII Can be used to connect modems , HMIs, for configuration and programming X0 internal bus CANOpen Network port To connect I/O modules and other CANOpen compatible third party devices X3 and X4 external fieldbus ports - RS232 / RS485 ModbusRTU Master/Slave) - Profibus-DP - CANOpen To connect third party devices X2 Ethernet portM Modbus TCP ethernet port Used for configuration, programming and ModbusTCP server Programming/configuration tools: Programming software according to IEC61131-3 standards

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