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February 1, 2013

Compact remote I/Os save space and the cost per channel

 Four-channel analog I/O modules can be placed in a 16-mm-wide enclosure due to a new energy-saving electrical design. This results in a space savings of 50% compared to the predecessor model, says the company. The new design reduces the cost per channel by using smaller control cabinets. The new four-channel universal I/O module LB7104A is equipped with a status LED for fast diagnostics. The universal I/O module is also able to operate as an analog input or analog output (4–20 mA). It can also be used as a digital input (On > 1.2 mA; Off > 2.1 mA) or digital output (12 V; 25 mA). The respective settings can be adjusted in the Device Type Manager for each channel. — Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, Mannheim, Germany

www.pepperl-fuchs.com

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