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∗The applicable protocols differ depending on the series.
For details, refer to the catalog of each series.
|Series||Enclosure||Communication protocol∗||Applicable valve|
Modbus/TCP (Made to Order)
POWERLINK (Made to Order)
These units are capable of connection using a D-sub connector. There are three types of units, for digital input, output, and input/output. The Digital Output Unit can be connected with an SMC manifold solenoid valve F kit (D-sub connector).
These terminal block units are compatible with individual wiring configurations. There are three types of units, for digital input, output, and input/output. Wiring connection to a sensor connector box, etc., can be carried out easily using only a flat head screwdriver.
This Unit is for inputting a digital signal (ON/OFF signal). The signal of a 2-wire/3-wire auto switch attached to the actuator can be acquired to feedback a signal to the PLC. The control signal of an entire system can be managed by Fieldbus System.
These units input or output analog (voltage/current) signals.
A single unit performs both input and output, allowing
feedback control where analog signals are received from a
pressure sensor and sent to a pressure controller.
Installation space is minimized as well.
A unique clamping method is adopted to prevent screws from falling out.
It is easy to separate the unit just by loosening bracket screws.
The following functions are available for the dual port EtherNet/IPTM product (EX600-SEN3/4).
・Added Compatible Topologies (connection configuration).
・QuickConnectTM Function Available
In the case of a tool changer, it takes about 10 seconds for the communication to be connected in common EtherNet/IPTM products, after the power of the device installed on the tool is turned ON. Since the QuickConnectTM function* is available in the EX600-SEN3/4, the communication can be connected in about 0.5 seconds.
・Built-in Web Server Function
The EX600-SEN3/4 has a built-in web server function, which enables status checks, parameter settings and forced output of the EX600 using general-purpose web browsers, such as Internet Explorer. Start-up of the system and maintenance can be performed efficiently.