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High-speed digital I/O modules offer connector type options

Posted: 26 Apr 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:digital I/O module? input/output? I/O connectors?

Top to bottom: HSL-DI16DO16-UJ-N/P; HSL-DI16DO16-US-N/P; HSL-DI16-UL

Adlink Technology Inc. has unveiled the High Speed Link (HSL) U series of compact-size digital I/O slave modules with connector type options.

The HSL U series, featuring an improved output current of up to 90mA/ch, progresses from previous designs by encompassing a flat-footed house for increased machine automation space and by offering I/O connector type options.

The HSL-DI16DO16-UJ-N/P is the HSL distributed slave module with 16-CH discrete input and 16-CH discrete output modes. Offering separate I/O connectors, the HSL-DI16DO16-UJ-N/P can be debugged of malfunctions without affecting other I/Os.

The HSL-DI16DO16-US-N/P is an HSL distributed slave module with discrete 16-CH discrete inputs and discrete 16-CH output modes. Differing from the UJ-NP, this model offers shrouded connectors featuring the latch-lock function in order to prevent it from falling-off when vibrations occurs during machine operation.

HSL-DI16-UL is the HSL distributed slave module with discrete 16-CH inputs and a pulse stretcher function. The pulse stretcher function, ranging from 1ms to 127ms, helps users latch on to the fast-switched input signal and maintain the user-defined value status. This feature prevents the loss of input signals, making this module suitable for high UPH machines adopting distributed solutions.

Software drivers for Windows and Adlink's intuitive utility, LinkMaster, are included to permit convenient and efficient testing and debugging of tasks.

The HSL-DI16DO16-UJ/US and HSL-DI16-UL are currently available.

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