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OptoNews: New face for SNAP I/O modules

Posted by Jean Femia on Sep 14, 2016 4:07:11 PM

When you buy a new SNAP I/O module today, you may find that the printing on it looks a little different from ones you already have.

Don't be concerned; there's no difference in how the module functions.

  • It's still the same reliable analog, digital, or serial module, still individually tested twice.
  • It still comes with free Product Support from our experienced engineers in Temecula, California.
  • And it's still ready to keep on working for years and years.

We've just made room for additional agency approval markings and have standardized the pad print for all SNAP I/O.

Opto 22 SNAP I/O module frontOn the front of the module you'll now see:

  • Part number
  • Module type and signal
  • Agency approval icons
  • "Don't put it in the trash" reminder
  • Made in the U.S.A.

See image at right for an example. 

On the back you'll find:

  • A handy wiring diagram, as before
  • Additional details on agency approvals
  • Warranty information
  • Opto 22 address and website

The back looks something like this:

Opto 22 SNAP I/O module back

So don't be surprised when you see that your new module looks a little different. It's still the same reliable Opto 22 I/O.

Let us know what you think of the changes. And thanks for buying SNAP I/O!

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Topics: optonews, I/O, OptoNews 2016-09-14

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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