Sig­nal Out­puts for IfTA Sys­tems

Sig­nal out­puts en­able auto­mated re­ac­tion via ma­chine con­trol, e.g. via plant con­trol or con­trol tech­no­logy. The IfTA RelOut16 and DA8 or Profib­us mod­ules are the tech­nic­al pre­requis­ites for this pro­tect­ive func­tion­al­ity. The DA8 mod­ule can also trans­mit sensor sig­nals to other sys­tems as buf­fered out­puts.

Ausgangskarte IfTA DA8

DA8

  • 8 fast, syn­chron­ous ana­log out­puts (voltage/cur­rent).
  • Out­put card with di­git­al-to-ana­log con­vert­er. 
  • Out­put rates of up to 51.2 kHz. 

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Ausgangskarte IfTA RelOut16

RelOut16

  • 16 di­git­al out­puts.
  • Out­put rate up to 50 Hz by means of nor­mally-open (N.O.) relay.

Profib­us

  • Com­mu­nic­a­tion mod­ule for data input and out­put. 
  • Based on the PROFIBUS field­bus pro­tocol.
  • 2 re­dund­ant PROFIBUS slaves.

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Sig­nal Out­put for ana­logue sig­nals

DA8

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  • Tech­nic­al Spe­cific­a­tions
  • Op­tions
  • Examples of ap­plic­a­tions
Ausgangskarte DA8

High­lights

  • Mod­ule with 8 ana­log out­puts
  • Samp­ling rate up to 51.2 kHz with 16-bit res­ol­u­tion
  • An­a­log band­width 20 kHz (-3 dB)
  • Soft­ware-con­fig­ur­able voltage or cur­rent out­put
  • Mod­ule gal­van­ic­ally isol­ated
  • Can be used as a buf­fered out­put for the AD4 mod­ule's in­puts

Gen­er­al

Num­ber of chan­nels:8
Samp­ling rate:Max. 51.2 kHz (syn­chron­ous per sys­tem)
Bit res­ol­u­tion: 16-bit
Gal­van­ic isol­a­tion:  Card to ground
Weight:15 g

Voltage Out­put

Max. out­put sig­nal:±10 V
Open cir­cuit voltage:±12 V

Cur­rent Out­put

Max. out­put sig­nal:±20 mA
Short-cir­cuit cur­rent:±25 mA

Sig­nal Con­nect­ors

  • Stand­ard 24-pin con­nect­or with push-In spring clamps
  • Other types of con­nect­ors avail­able upon re­quest

The ana­log out­puts sup­port in­dus­tri­al stand­ard sig­nals such as ±10 V, 0-10 V or 4-20 mA. This al­lows, for ex­ample, for lin­ear valves to be ap­proached dir­ectly or to con­troll fre­quency in­vert­ers for AC mo­tors.


It is also pos­sible to gen­er­ate cal­cu­lated res­ults such as:

•    Am­plitudes

•    Rota­tion­al speed

•    Rota­tion­al speed fluc­tu­ation (hunt­ing)


The AD4 mod­ule's input sig­nal can also serve as a buf­fered out­put.  

Sig­nal out­put for di­git­al sig­nals

RelOut16

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  • Tech­nic­al spe­cific­a­tions
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  • Examples of ap­plic­a­tion
Ausgangskarte RelOut16

High­lights

  • Mod­ule with 16 di­git­al out­puts
  • Independ­ent nor­mally open (N.O.) re­lays for each chan­nel
  • Out­puts gal­van­ic­ally isol­ated via re­lays

Gen­er­al

Num­ber of chan­nels: 16
Samp­ling rate: 50 Hz
Gal­van­ic Isol­a­tion:  Between chan­nels and ground
Weight:170 g
Switch­ing cap­ab­il­ity voltage:30 V at 1 A
Switch­ing cap­ab­il­ity  cur­rent:1 A at 30 V
Condi­tion cur­rent­less:open

Sig­nal Con­nect­ors

  • Stand­ard 32-pin con­nect­or with push-in spring clamps
  • Other types of con­nect­ors avail­able upon re­quest

 

  • The RelOut16 can be used to gen­er­ate warn­ing and alarm mes­sages, for ex­ample, when a limit value is ex­ceeded.
  • Switch­ing of in­dic­at­or lights and emer­gency shut­downs are fur­ther ex­amples of this cap­ab­il­ity.

Filed bus com­mu­nic­a­tion

Profib­us

  • Over­view
  • Tech­nic­al spe­cific­a­tions
  • Examples of ap­plic­a­tion
Profibus Kommunikation

High­lights

  • Com­mu­nic­a­tion mod­ule for fast and se­cure data ex­change between dif­fer­ent sys­tems
  • Based on the PROFIBUS field­bus pro­tocol
  • Two re­dund­ant PROFIBUS slaves for max­im­um re­li­ab­il­ity
  • DP-V0 slave

Ad­vant­ages of PROFIBUS Tech­no­logy

  • Profib­us is one of the most uni­ver­sal solu­tions in the field of pro­cess auto­ma­tion.
    PROFInet, PROFIsave PROFIdrive and many other vari­ants can be in­tu­it­ively con­nec­ted via cor­res­pond­ing gate­ways, so you are well-equipped for the most di­verse re­quire­ments.

Gen­er­al

PROFIBUS slaves: 2 x 9 pin D-sub
pro­tocol type: DP-VO
Sup­por­ted data length: 75/122 Words
Weight: 170 g

 

  • This mod­ule is mainly used in power-plant con­trol sys­tems and fully auto­mated test benches
  • You can freely define which sig­nals are to be sent and re­ceived. You can send not only, for ex­ample, warn­ing and alarm mes­sages, but also amp­litudes on the one hand, and, on the other hand, you can re­ceive not just op­er­at­ing data, but limit val­ues and ma­chine statuses as well