ENODE® Distributed I/O Controller

The ENODE® Distributed I/O Controller is an input/output (I/O) device for electrical signals that can be integrated directly into FacilityNet, FacilityNet Pro Smart or FacilityNet Pharma Software. As an open architecture, modular ethernet device, it monitors modules of isolated digital and analog inputs, and monitors alarm output contacts (digital or relay). The ENODE Controller knows how to incorporate data from different kinds of devices into one place, so you can take action or not. It has its own data buffer and sensors that work to gather data when the software is ready. You don’t need to lose data during downtime; the ENODE Controller fits your unique needs and application requirements.

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Features

  • Modular (I/O) components allow for flexible system designs
  • Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseT connectivity to local networks
  • Data buffer stores samples when connection to software is lost
  • 4-20mA and 0-10V analog input types configured per channel
  • 16 analog channels per module
  • 16 digital input channels per module
  • 12 relay output contacts
  • 12 digital outputs
  • DIN rail mounting and removable screw terminals

Benefits

  • Modular design allows for up to 48 signal inputs and 24 relay outputs per monitoring device, reducing cost per point
  • Sample interval is configured per channel, reducing the number of modules required for different applications
  • Plug and play modules allow for ease of system expansion
  • Auto recognition through FacilityNet Software speeds up system configuration
  • Distributed architecture allows for modules to be installed anywhere throughout the facility
  • High accuracy, 12-bit analog converter gives 0.25% full scale overall accuracy 10,000 sample data buffer stores data when offline from Facility Net software; data is exported on re-connection
  • Transmission control protocol/Internet protocol(TCP/IP) ethernet communication ensures reliability of data transmission
  • One-second sample interval for fast data- logging

Applications

  • Environmental monitoring and control
  • Differential pressure, temperature, humidity, air velocity and other sensor signals
  • Alarm lamp or traffic light control
  • Flashing modes
  • Process monitoring and control
  • Doors and switches monitored at each stage of process
  • Networked data-logging
  • Remote data acquisition

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