CC-PAIH02 51405038-375 Digital Sensor I/O Modules

CC-PAIH02 51405038-375

D2-08ND3 – 8 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 1 common (2 common terminals), removable terminal


D2-08TD1 – 8 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 1 common (2 common terminals), 0.3A/point, 2.4A/module, fused per common (non-replaceable), removable terminal

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CC-PAIH02 51405038-375 Digital Sensor I/O Modules

The CC-PAIH02 51405038-375 is implemented in a structure called a bi-directional FET output, as shown in Figure 3. This structure has a number of advantages, but the most important are its ability to interface directly with TTL and CMOS circuits, and its low off-state leakage current and fast response time.FET stands for Field Effect Transistor, and it is one of the most suitable devices to be used as a digital sensor output because its operating characteristics are close to the ideal model.

CC-PAIH02 51405038-375 Features:

1. A set of digital I/O modules can be selected. 2.

2. Provides a set of NI digital I/O boards classified according to suction and pumping capabilities.

3. Off-state leakage current and open-state minimum holding current of the sensor

The CC-PAIH02 51405038-375 is an electromagnetic device that is capable of turning on a circuit when the contacts are closed and turning off the circuit when the contacts are closed. These devices are capable of withstanding current loads at high voltages. Mechanical relays are low-speed devices compared to solid-state relays, and are therefore often used in sensors where the output is characterised by the state of the line. A common problem with these devices is contact deterioration and impedance increase, and the life of the contacts depends on the current load and operating frequency. When connected to counters or digital I/O modules, mechanical relays can sometimes produce uncertain results due to contact bounce.