106M1081-01 Modular Signal Isolator


Technical Parameters:

  • Full lineup of 36 discrete, analog and specialty PAC I/O modules
  • Local, Expansion and Remote I/O bases, up to 115,000+ I/O points
  • Auto-discover local and remote PAC bases, I/O and GS drives
  • Hot-swappable I/O, No module placement restrictions, No power budget limitations
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106M1081-01 Modular Signal Isolator

The 106M1081-01 enables interference-free transmission between current and voltage signal sources and provides power. The power consumption, however, is several times lower than previous signal transmitters, fully equipped with ultra-low power consumption/data transmission capabilities, as well as with multi-channel signal change flexibility. Highlighting the advantages of environmentally friendly, energy-saving, high service life of the product, LCD display system with more than 50,000 hours of ultra-long life, can meet the requirements of 7 * 24 hours uninterrupted display work, you can make the monitoring screen to get the best show.

The 106M1081-01 uses a 4~20mA analogue signal, and through this simple output signal process volume. With the development of modern signal theory technology, a strong anti-jamming signal based on the frequent use of intelligent instrumentation, the advantage is to ignore capacitance, resistance and inductance and other impurity factors. Multiple displays can be arbitrarily spliced, any high-definition picture-in-picture

106M1081-01 will be the most excellent high-definition, high-brightness and high colour gamut LCD technology, embedded hardware splicing technology, signal switching technology, etc. into one, to form a high-brightness, high-definition, low-power, high life expectancy, advanced LCD splicing screen display system. With the consumer field of large picture display requirements continue to improve, continue to pursue, the video display field has undergone a transformation, from a single picture display to multi-picture display