Enclosure for remote I/O systems

Our enclosure Remote I/O systems offer a cost-effective interface for your field signals in the hazardous and the safe areas to your process control system via the fieldbus. A variety of gateways are available for connection to different fieldbuses. Freely combinable I/O modules and high modularity offer cost-saving installations. The Remote I/O systems are characterized by high functionality and simple handling.

Remote I/O in Zone 1 or Zone 21:

Enclosure Remote I/O are mounted in Zone 1 or Zone 21 hazardous areas. They form a modular signal conditioning system to interface signals from the field with a control system in the safe area. Remote I/O connects your conventional sensors and actuators to your DCS using a single standardized fieldbus connection (PROFIBUS, Modbus, Ethernet and others).

The plug-in input and output modules can be hot swapped in a running system without the need for a hot work permit.

There is a wide spectrum of single and multi-channel I/O modules available offering intrinsically safe and increased safety field connections. This ensures that engineering becomes easy and adaptable to the needs of your plant concept.

  • Ex ia approved circuits can be connected to field devices in Zone 1 or Zone 0
  • Ex ib is suitable for signals in Zone 1

Enclosure remote IO systems

Remote I/O in Zone 2 or Zone 22:

Enclosure Remote I/O stations are mounted in Zone 2/22 hazardous areas or in the safe area. They form a modular signal conditioning system to interface signals from the field with a control system in the safe area. Remote I/O connects your conventional sensors and actuators to your DCS using a single standardized fieldbus connection (PROFIBUS, Modbus and others).

There is a wide spectrum of single and multi-channel I/O modules available offering intrinsically safe and safe area field connections. This ensures that engineering is easy and adaptable to the needs of your plant concept.

  • Ex ia approved circuits can be connected to field devices in Zone 1 or Zone 0
  • Ex ib is suitable for signals in Zone 1
  • Ex ic adapts signals in Zone 2

In our enclosures remote I/O systems could be used modules I/O from Pepperl+Fluchs, Bartec, Stahl or others.

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