This makes it possible to send and receive analog data from any computer that is connected to the Intranet or Internet.
These compact devices include everything you need to connect digital input and output ports of industrial 24V technology to the network.
In many cases, it is even possible to manage without additional relays. The wide input voltage range also enables operation at 12 V. Like the configuration of the device, the reading and/or control of the input/output ports is done via a Web browser. Beyond this, access facilities via TCP/UDP sockets, OPC, SNMP or via e-mail are also available.
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- Network connection:
- 10/100BaseT autosensing, RJ45
- Web-based management
- 6 Potential-free outputs using relays
- Switch 30V DC at max. 5A
- Switch 48V AC at max. 5A
- Pulse mode with configurable auto-shutoff possible
- Programmable logic functions
- 12 digital inputs in industry standard
- Type 1, current-sourcing in accordance with IEC 1131-2
- Galvanically isolated into 3 groups
- Protected against polarity reversal
- Counter inputs for events (pulse width min. 1 ms)
- 12 alarm conditions for SNMP traps and e-mail
- Box-to-box mode
- RS232 as an optional configuration access
- Software interfaces
- HTTP, Web browser
- TCP and UDP sockets, client and server
- OPC server
- SMTP (e-mail)
- SNMP (including trap)
- FTP (data logging)
- Software compatible with digital I/O Com-Server 50210/50310
These compact devices include all you need to connect digital inputs and outputs to the network. The potential-free switching outputs also allow you to connect to AC consumers.
Like the configuration of the device, the reading and/or control of the input/output ports is done via a Web browser. Beyond this, access facilities via TCP/UDP sockets, OPC, SNMP or via e-mail are also available.
|Protocol:||TCP and UDP sockets, client and server|
|SNMP including traps, Syslog|
|SMTP e-mail, FTP data logging|
|Inventory keeping, group management|
|Response times:||Data and switching traffic: Typically 12ms|
|Digital outputs:||6 potential-free relay contacts|
|for 30V/5A DC (2A when using inductive load)|
|for 48V/5A AC (2A when using inductive load)|
|max. 1800 switching cycles per hour|
|Digital inputs:||12 x digital inputs,|
|Max. input voltage +/-30 V|
|Protected against polarity reversal within this range|
|Switching threshold 8V +/- 1V|
|"On" current = 2.2 mA|
|Galvanic isolation:||Digital outputs - network: min. 1000 V|
|Digital inputs - network: min. 2000 V|
|Digital inputs - outputs: min. 1000 V|
|Serial port:||RS232 interface as an optional configuration access.|
|Displays:||Status LEDs for network|
|24 LEDs for digital statuses|
|Operating elements:||1 hidden reset button|
|Power supply:||12-24V AC/DC (ca. 150mA@24V, ca. 300mA@12V)|
|Storage temperature:||-25°C - 70°C|
|Operating temperature:||0°C - 60°C|
|Enclosure:||Plastic housing for top hat rail installation|
|106.8 x 87.8 x 62.6 (L x W x H)|
|Weight:||approx. 280 g|
1 x Web-IO Relay 12In, 6Out
Send messages - when limits are violated or timer-based - for informational purposes directly to the responsible technical as an e-mail or as a reroute via SMS.
After the device has been configured for and connected to your network, the following steps are still necessary.
|Open the profile for configuring e-mail alarm messages.|
|Enter the desired parameters.|
|When the limit you have set is exceeded, the device sends an e-mail which can also be transmitted as an SMS message using special functions available from cellular phone service providers.|