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ICP Electronics Australia introduces New Tiny Ethernet I/O Modules (with PoE) from ICP Das

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ICP Electronics Australia  introduces a new line of IP-based Tiny Ethernet I/O monitoring and control modules from ICP Das.  

The t(P)ET-P2R2/tET-P2R2 Tiny Ethernet I/O modules can be remotely controlled through a 10/100M Ethernet network by using Modbus TCP/UDP protocol. Modbus has become a standard communications protocol in industry, and is now the most commonly available means of connecting industrial electronic devices.  

The Modbus protocol makes the t(P)ET-P2R2/tET-P2R2 I/O modules ideal for integration into the HMI, SCADA, PLC and other software systems.  

The tET-P2R2 and tPET-P2R2 Tiny Ethernet I/O modules contain two channels of photo-isolated digital inputs and two channels of form-A power relay outputs. The module can be used to create a DI to DO pair-connection through the Ethernet.  

Once the configuration is completed, the t(P)ET-P2R2/tET-P2R2 module polls the status of the local DI channels and then writes to a remote DO device continuously in the background using the Modbus/TCP protocol.  

Key features of the t(P)ET-P2R2/tET-P2R2 I/O modules: 

  • Powerful 32-bit MCU enables efficient handling of network traffic
  • Built-in web server provides an intuitive web management interface to allow users to modify the settings of the module including DHCP/Static IP or gateway/mask
  • Designed for ultra-low power consumption offering true IEEE 802.3af-compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) using a standard cat 5 Ethernet
  • Can also accept power input from a terminal block if no PoE is present
  • Built-in dual watchdog timer ensures continuous operation of the modules even in harsh environments
  • CPU watchdog automatically resets the CPU if the built-in firmware is operating abnormally
  • Host watchdog’s digital output is set with a predefined safe-value when there is no communication between the module and the host for a period of time

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