Ethernet IO module targets industrial applications

Teracom Ltd. has released its TCW241 Ethernet IO module for a variety of Ethernet I/O monitoring and control applications. Supporting i-Wire, SNMP, HTTP API, and Modbus TCP/IP connectivity, the Ethernet IO module targets a range of factory automation and industrial process control applications.

Ethernet IO module targets industrial applications

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The easy to integrate module offers four digital inputs, four analog inputs, and four relays. Its 1-wire interface supports up to eight 1-wire sensors (with 16 parameters) for measuring temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, AC or DC current, etc.

 The Ethernet IO module’s relays, which consist of four high-current devices with normally open and normally closed contacts, can be activated either remotely or locally. Remote activation includes a web interface or M2M protocols. The local activation is possible from a schedule, the status of a single parameter, or by custom-made logical functions, which can include up to four parameters.

 For advanced Relay scheduling, the module includes a real-time clock for time server synchronization. It can be used for one-time or repetitive (weekly) tasks to turn on and off at set times and days.

Ethernet IO module targets industrial applications

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The TCW can initiate an HTTP Post connection with either XML or JSON post payloads to remote dedicated servers. The Teracom TCW241 includes a three-year warranty.