groov EPIC data sheets now available

Posted by Jean Femia on Feb 15, 2018 10:10:52 AM

You've been asking for more details about our brand-new groov EPIC® system for the IIoT and automation, and here they are! 

We just published a part numbers list and the first several data sheets, with preliminary descriptions, specs, wiring diagrams, and dimensions. So take a look and start planning the system you want. 

Products will start shipping in May, and pre-orders start in April. UPDATE: Products available now!

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Part number list and EPIC system data sheets

groovEPIC-8-front-300dpi-300x200.pnggroov EPIC Product Guide (list & description of part numbers, form 2250)

groov EPIC Processor data sheet (form 2245)

groov EPIC Chassis data sheet (form 2247)

groov EPIC Power Supplies data sheet (2246)

Digital (discrete) I/O modules

groov 180–280 VAC Input Modules data sheet (2222)

groov 115 VAC Input Modules data sheet (2226)

groov 10–30 VDC Input Modules data sheet (2236)

groov 2–16 VDC/VAC Input Modules data sheet (2237)

groov 12–250 VAC Output Modules data sheet (2231)

groov 5–60 VDC Output Modules data sheet (2238)

groov DC Output Sourcing Module data sheet (2242)

groov Mechanical Relay Output Module data sheet (2243)

Analog I/O modules

groov Analog Current Input Module data sheet (2239)

groov Analog Voltage Input Module data sheet (2241)

groov Analog Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module data sheet (2240)

groov Analog Voltage and Current Output Module data sheet (2244)

Remember that these documents are preliminary; check back periodically between now and May 2018 for updated specs and information. 

Opto 22 Pre-sales engineer

Questions? Call now!

Call an Opto 22 pre-sales engineer for additional information and application advice:

  • 800-321-6786 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada) or
  • 951-695-3000 (worldwide)


Topics: Process control, Discrete control, groov, Internet of Things, PLCs, Remote monitoring, IoT, Machine builder, PACs, OEM, New products, Integrators, I/O, IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things, Data acquisition, EPIC

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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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