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Analog I/O module EWIO2-BM
digitalModbusBACnet

analog I/O module
analog I/O module
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Characteristics

Signal type
digital, analog
Bus
Ethernet, Modbus, BACnet
Applications
for sensors
Other characteristics
compact, configurable, programmable, TCP/IP Ethernet

Description

Description Depending on the configuration, the EWIO2-BM is a compact Modbus and/or BACnet Server, which connects digital and analouge signals from the sensor and actuator level with a Modbus TCP and/or BACnet IP network. With a Modbus or BACnet Client, various tasks can be realised in building and industrial automation. Simple automation tasks can be implemented with an integrated function. Two Ethernet Ports with a Daisy Chain function are available for the connection to the LAN network and the chain further Ethernet I/O devices. The system is parameterised, configured and commissioned through a platform-independent web browser. For the upgrade of the sensor/actuator level, MR-I/O upgrade modules can be connected using plug & play jumper plugs and wiring to a second interface of EWIO2-BM, Modbus RTU devices. An integrated µSD memory card expands the range of functions of the EWIO2-BM for save settings, data and applications. General Data Operating voltage 24 V DC +/- 10% Power consumption (max.) 400 mA Operating temperature -5 °C to +55 °C Network 2 x RJ45 LAN 10/100BaseT (Daisy Chain) Protocol TCP/IP, BACnet/IP, Modbus TCP Controller NXP i.MX7D Dual Core, ARM-A7, 1 GHz, RAM 512 MB / Flash, max. 32 GB / ext. 2 GB µSD Operating system Linux embedded Interfaces Extension Bus, max. 6 MR-I/O bus modules, Modbus RTU, max. 32 participants I/Os 8 x digital inputs, 3 x analog universal inputs, 10 x digital outputs, 3 x analog outputs
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