Module type SIN-8 allows to monitor 8 binary voltage inputs via the RS-485 connection. It finds application in distributed control and visualization systems. Standard Modbus protocol transmission functions make device registers (address, state of inputs, device ID). All SIN-8 operating functions, available via the RS-485, can be implemented with any typical visualization software or, for instance, with a suitably MultiCon CMC-99 controller.
The SOC-8 binary outputs module is used to control the low-power output devices via the RS-485 connection. It finds application in distributed control and visualization systems. It can directly control, for example, contactors, relays, light bulbs and other DC loads with the 24V control (supply) voltage and the 0,5A current (maximum). Galvanic separation of all outputs ensures safe operation of the master system, without the risk of damage caused by dangerous overvoltage.
Module SIAi-8 allows to measure analog values from 8 current (or voltage) inputs via the RS-485 connection, with speed rate about 10 Hz (every channel). Measurement results can be internally recalculated due to one of available characteristics: linear, square or user definable multipoint (max. 20 points length). It finds application in distributed control and visualization systems.