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This data manager has extensive communications capabilities

By Chemical Engineering |

Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser

The Memograph M RSG45 advanced data manager DIN rail version (photo) is an intelligent remote device with extensive communication capabilities for use as an edge device for getting data to cloud-based servers, as well as general industrial internet of things (IIoT) applications. It is able to acquire data from up to 20 HART or universal analog input channels and 14 digital inputs, has two analog outputs and up to 12 relay outputs, and makes its data available to IIoT systems and all major automation system architectures via multiple communication interfaces and protocols. The Memograph M mounts on a standard DIN rail and has IP20 protection. All connections on the front of the device are designed as pluggable screw or spring terminal blocks, with reverse polarity protection in either case, making connections easier. The spring terminals are unlocked with a slotted screwdriver. — Endress+Hauser, Reinach, Switzerland

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