Schneider Electric TM5SAO4H
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Schneider Electric Modicon Momentum Series — Controller and IP20 Monoblock I/Os for Distributed Control Architecture:
The small footprint and open architecture of the Momentum PLC product line make it extremely versatile for a variety of automation applications. The Unity Momentum PLC is ideal for PC-based control, distributed control, distributed I/O, and traditional, standalone PLC control. The Momentum PLC product line includes I/O bases and communication adapters that are interchangeable and snap together to deliver optimal flexibility throughout the control system life cycle. Using Ethernet as its communications backbone, the Modicon Unity Momentum CPU delivers all the performance benefits of real-time control. The open architecture of the Unity Momentum CPU makes it a universal controller for distributed I/O, compatible with many of the major fieldbus and control network environments. An integral Ethernet port in the Unity Momentum CPU allows users to perform a wide range of functions over Ethernet, including data acquisition, peer-to-peer communications, and I/O scanning. Embedded web pages enable the use of a standard web browser to read status and diagnostic information from the processor.
The Momentum Automation Platform products are modular. Communication Adapters and Processor Adapters are designed to work as functional modules when they are snapped onto a Momentum I/O base. An I/O base requires some type of Momentum Adapter assembled on it before it can be functional. The I/O bases fit into compact standard housings that can be mounted on a DIN rail or on panels in a cabinet. They read information from field sensing devices and control discrete and analog field actuating devices.
Terminal blocks and bus bars are available for use with the bases so that they can be used to support 2-, 3-, and 4-wire fi eld devices. The I/O field devices and the power supply to the module are connected via three 18-pin terminal blocks and an optional 1-, 2-, or 3-row busbar. The terminal connectors are electrically connected to the module; the optional busbars not. Busbars provide a common connection for the fi eld devices and serve as protective distribution connectors. Depending on the I/O base and the type and number of field devices to which it is connected, a 1-, 2-, or 3-row busbar may be used. Terminal blocks and busbars are ordered separately, and are not shipped with the Momentum I/O bases. They are available in either screw-in or spring-clip versions.
Disctrete I/O Bases Features:
Momentum is a flexible, modular family of fundamental components that easily snap together and can be configured for a wide range of distributed I/O and control applications.