Distributed I/O

Choices range from analog, digital, and specialty I/O to safety I/O. Several types consist of: In-Cabinet Block I/O, In-Cabinet (IP20) distributed I/O, and On-Machine™ Block (IP67/69K) Distributed I/O modules. These products offer a total assembly of sensor and actuator interface points, and each module includes a network adapter.

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1715 Redundant I/O Modules

Our Bulletin 1715 Redundant I/O modules provide true redundant I/O support for critical process applications in standard and extreme operating environments. With exceptional ease-of-use, premier diagnostics, and flexible configuration, these modules support fault tolerant capabilities without requiring additional hardware or software.

1719 Ex I/O Modules

Our Bulletin 1719 Ex I/O modules are an intrinsically safe distributed I/O platform that can be mounted in Zone 2 or Class I, Div 2. This platform integrates devices in hazardous areas via EtherNet/IP™ in a chassis-based I/O design that provides maximum efficiency in a small space.

1734 POINT I/O

Our Bulletin 1734 POINT I/O™ modules offer digital, analog, and specialty I/O, as well as POINT Guard safety-rated I/O, with one to eight points per module. You can mix standard and safety I/O in the same system. Comprehensive diagnostics and configurable features make POINT I/O easy to apply.

1794 FLEX I/O Modules

Our Bulletin 1794 FLEX™ I/O modules offer flexibility for your application with digital, analog, HART analog, and specialty I/O, with 4…32 points per module. You can mix and match digital and analog I/O with mounting and wiring options.

FLEX 5000 I/O Modules

Our FLEX 5000™ I/O modules are a rugged and flexible distributed I/O solution, which allows you to choose your I/O to meet your operational needs. FLEX 5000 I/O enhances communication with 1 Gb EtherNet/IP™ connectivity, which offers higher speed and increased bandwidth. To provide flexibility in your network architecture, these modules includes 2 copper or 2 fiber ports (SFP) and support for DLR, Star, Linear, and PRP topologies.