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Web-IO Analog-In 0..20mA / 0..10V

Web-IO Analog-In 0..20mA / 0..10V

Web IO Analog gather and archive analog measured values Includes alarm over the Internets.
Out of stock store - Limited quantity.


  • Monitor measured values and trends from a browser
    • HTML page design user-variable
    • Direct access to the actual value, e.g., for integration into other Web pages
  • Graphic display of the stored temperature values
    • Chart display
    • Interactive display, user-scalable
    • Display of limit violations
    • Freely selectable line color
  • E-mail for alarm or reporting functions
  • SNMP measurement queries / alarm traps for incorporating into your existing SNMP management system
  • Querying measured data with OPC
  • Sensing alarms via syslog, TCP, SNMP, e-mail
  • Archiving via FTP and W&T database tool Sensobase
  • Adapters:
    • 10/100MBit
    • 0..20mA current input, 0..10V voltage input (57641)
    • 2x 0..20mA current input (57642)
    • 2x 0..10V voltage input (57643)
  • Easy Start:
    • Connect measurement lines and network cable
    • Connect supply voltage
    • Assign IP number
    • That's it!



Current input:
  0..20mA, 100Ohm
Voltage input:
  0..10V, 1MOhm
  10/100BaseT autosensing
Supply voltage:
  12-24V AC / DC using screw terminal
Measuring unit
Model 57641 (0..20mA, 0..10V)
  Current input: 2.5µA, voltage input: 1.25mV
Measuring error:
  max. 0.5% FSR (Full Scale Range 0..20mA, 0..10V) T A = 0-60°C
Model 57642 (2x 0..20mA)
  2x current input: 2.5µA
Measuring error:
  max. 0.5% FSR (Full Scale Range 0..20mA) T A = 0-60°C
Model 57643 (2x 0..10V)
  2x voltage input: 1.25mV
Measuring error:
  max. 0.5% FSR (Full Scale Range 0..10V) T A = 0-60°C
Storage frequency:
  1, 5, 15, 60 min
Memory depth (832k):
  min. 79 days, max. 17 years
Deviation of the internal clock:
  max. 4.32 min. / month
Measurement value acquisition (can be 
polled over the network and an alarm 
generated if desired):
Saving in the internal 
data logger
Other data
Galvanic isolation:
  Measuring inputs-Network: min. 500 V
E-mail function:
  Mail for sending alarms or as reporting function
Supply voltage:
  DC 12V (-5%) - 34V (+5%) 
AC 9Veff (-5%) - 24Veff (+5%) 
DC 48V (+10%) on request
Current consumption:
  AVG: 185mA @12VDC, 90mA @24VDC
Power supply:

supplied power adapter 
or 12..24 V DC/AC

  Plastic compact housing, 105x75x22mm
  approx. 200g
Ambient storage temperature:
Ambient operating temperature:
  0 .. +60°C
  1x Web-IO Analog-In for top-hat rail mount 
1x product CD with 
Management-Tool WuTility, OPC-Server, 
Programming examples for VB/Delphi, SNMP-MIB 
Reference manual in German/English
    Please order power supplies
separately as accessories




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. e-57606-35-pide-000
Enter the desired parameters. e-57606-36-pide-000
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. e-57606-37-piww-000