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OptoNews: New compact breakout board saves cabinet space

Posted by Jean Femia on Jan 20, 2016 4:12:04 PM

SNAP-UDC-HDB breakout board for SNAP 32-point digital I/O modulesIf you use high-density 32-point SNAP digital I/O modules, you'll be interested in our latest breakout board: the SNAP-UDC-HDB.

The small footprint of this new board makes it ideal for use in cramped areas. Just 3.32 x 3.95 x 2.27 inches high (8.43 x 10.03 x 5.77 cm), the SNAP-UDC-UDB fits in tight places but still gives you room to wire all 32 points to field devices.

The board uses spring-clamp connectors for faster wiring. To save space, it does not provide fuses. 32 LED indicators are included to show point status for each point.

Plug in a SNAP-HD-BF6 cable to connect the SNAP 32-point module to the board.

The SNAP-UDC-HDB works with any of the following 32-point modules. You'll need one breakout board per module:

Input modules:

Output modules:

See SNAP-UDC-HDB breakout board

Topics: Discrete control, Machine builder, optonews, New products, Integrators, I/O, OptoNews 2016-01-20

Written by Jean Femia

Jean Femia writes about technical subjects and has focused on automation and control systems for more than 15 years. She likes learning about technology and taking corners in her Honda S2000.
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