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Remote I/O devices available from Itech Corporation

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Itech Corporation , Australian Distributor for M-System Co. Ltd, introduces its range of Remote I/O devices, as part of the company’s comprehensive range of high-quality electronic equipment.

M-System has recently been developing network products that meet the end-user's need for Profibus, Modbus, Ethernet and DeviceNet I/O devices and easily communicate to today's most popular HMI software packages and DCS/PLCs.

The range of Remote I/O devices includes:

  1. R1 Series: Compact Multi-Point I/O. Communications: Modbus, Devicenet, CC-Link;  8/16-point TC/DC input (isolated/non-isolated), 8-point RTD/potentiometer input, 16-point discrete I/O, 12-point totalized counter input modules;alarm contact output.
  2. R3 Series: Multi Channel, Mixed Signal Remote I/O.Communications: Modbus, Ethernet, Devicenet, Profibus, Lonworks, CC-Link, T-Link. The R3 Series of remove I/O devices offers great flexibility in number and type of I/O signals: DC current/voltage, temperature, strain gauge, AC current/voltage, AC power, etc;economical DC input module which can handle fully-isolated 4 points up to non-isolated 16 points;hot-swappable I/O modules;dual redundant communication networks.R5 Series: Compact Mixed Signal Remote I/O.
  3. Communications: Modbus, Ethernet, Devicenet, CC-Link, Profibus, T-Link;single analogue module which can handle fully-isolated 2 points;hot-swappable I/O modules;dual redundant communication networks and power supplies;space-saving DIN terminal block or heavy-duty screw terminal block selectable for I/O; 1500 Vac isolation.
  4. R7 Series Remote I/O devices: Compact Remote I/O.Communications: Modbus, CC-Link, Devicenet;palm-top size compact module can handle 4 analogue or 16 discrete signals;16 discrete input/output module can be attached to the base module; analogue and discrete signals can be mixed;simple setting; 1500 Vac isolation.

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