AIS Launches DAQ I-O Modules for Automation Applications

American Industrial Systems (AIS) has launched a new series of data acquirement (DAQ) distributed I/O modules to provide adaptable information gathering inputs for automation control Panel PCs in industries.

The modules can be availed in analog and digital configurations and are communicable through RS-485. Both remote and distributed versions of I/O modules receive signals from transmitters, alarms and sensors included in the field and transmit them directly to HMI systems. The industrial I/O modules and remote I/O products of the company are developed for process control in plants, industrial automation and instrumentation applications.

The analog series of I/O modules are exclusively developed to cope with the requirements of sensitive data acquirement applications. Currently available modules include thermocouple, thermostat, strain gauge, RTD and high resolution analog output modules.

The digital I/O modules are ideal for remote I/O acquirement requirements of industrial clients. The remote I/O modules interact via default RS-485 protocol and are compatible with several currently available industrial control equipments.

Both analog and digital I/O modules comply with the company’s HMI Operator Panel PCs series, enabling remote inspection and instantaneous viewing of acquired data. The digital and analog I/O modules are fully compatible with AIS’ complete line of HMI Operator Panel PCs.

Other features of I/O modules include cost-effective digital I/O and analog output (AO), user-friendly control configuration tool, high speed network connection and in-line testing.

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