High-density, 16-point I/O modules
The 16-point I/O ribbon-cable modules offer compact solutions for streamlining control-to-machine wiring. With the flat ribbon cable, the modules facilitate the use of pre-wired assemblies to minimize wiring time and errors.
The 16-point I/O ribbon-cable modules offer compact
solutions for streamlining control-to-machine wiring. The DIN-rail mount
modules feature 16 inputs (750-1400), 16 outputs (750-1500) or 8 inputs/8
outputs (750-1502) and an HE10 ribbon cable interface. With the flat ribbon
cable, the modules facilitate the use of pre-wired assemblies to minimize
wiring time and errors.
The 16-point I/O modules are compatible with WAGO's
interface boards, ranging from an LED-equipped 120 Vac to 24 Vdc input
interface board, to a 3.75-inch-wide, 16-channel relay interface board
featuring 5 mm plug-in relays. For additional voltage flexibility, the 16-point
I/O modules can pair with select interface boards to connect to any voltage up
to 120 Vac at 6 A. All 16-point I/O modules carry onboard LEDs for status
indication and use CAGE CLAMP spring pressure terminations for field
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Average salary across all job titles for plant floor management rose 3.5% to $95,446, and bonus compensation jumped to $15,162, a 4.2% increase from the 2010 level and double the 2011 total, which showed a sharp drop in bonus.