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Ethernet safety I/O modules with IP67 protection

By Chemical Engineering |

Hans Turck

The TBIP and TBPN full safety block input/output (I/O) modules (photo) control safety applications directly from the field and thus simplify modular machinery for Profisafe and CIP Safety, respectively. The robust IP67 modules provide safety input and output signals directly from the field to the safety controller. The modules can alternatively be used as decentralized safety controllers in the field. This function optimizes modular machinery and also applications in which long bus cycle times to the central controller would require greater safety distances. — Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

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