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The EL1934 PROFIsafe EtherCAT Terminal is a digital input terminal for sensors with potential-free contacts for 24 V DC and has four fail-safe inputs. The EL1934 meets the requirements of IEC 61508 SIL 3 and DIN EN ISO 13849 PLe.

The EL1904 EtherCAT Terminal is a digital input terminal for sensors with potential-free contacts for 24 V DC. The EtherCAT Terminal has four fail-safe inputs. The EL1904 meets the requirements of IEC 61508 SIL 3 and DIN EN ISO 13849 PLe.

The EL1889 digital input terminal acquires the binary control signals from the process level and transmits them, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation device. The EtherCAT Terminal contains 16 channels, whose signal states are displayed by LEDs. The terminal is particularly suitable for space-saving use in control cabinets. By using the single-conductor connection technique, a multi-channel sensor can be connected in the smallest space with a minimum amount of wiring. The power contacts are looped through.

The EL1862 and EL1872 digital input terminals offer a very compact design with their 16 channels. A 20-pin connector enables the secure connection of plug connectors using insulation displacement contact, as is usual for ribbon cables and special round cables. This significantly simplifies the wiring of many channels. The input characteristic conforms to the type 3 specification and guarantees minimum power dissipation. 16 LEDs display the logical signal states of the inputs.

The digital EL1859 EtherCAT Terminal combines eight digital inputs and eight digital outputs in one device. The inputs have a filter of 3.0 ms. The outputs process load currents up to 0.5 A, are short-circuit-proof and protected against polarity reversal. The signal states are displayed by LEDs.

The EL1809 and EL1819 digital input terminals acquire the binary control signals from the process level and transmit them, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation device. The EtherCAT Terminals each contain 16 channels, whose signal states are displayed by LEDs. The terminals are particularly suitable for space-saving use in control cabinets. By using the single-conductor connection technique, a multi-channel sensor can be connected in the smallest space with a minimum amount of wiring. The power contacts are looped through.

The EL1808 digital input terminal acquires the binary control signals from the process level and transmits them, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation device. The EtherCAT Terminal contains eight channels, consisting of a signal input and 24 V DC. The signal states are displayed by LEDs. The power contacts are looped through.

The EL1804 and EL1814 digital input terminals acquire the binary control signals from the process level and transmit them, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation device. The EtherCAT Terminals each contain four channels, consisting of a signal input, 24 V DC and 0 V. The signal states are displayed by LEDs. The power contacts are looped through.

The EL1702, EL1712 and EL1722 digital input terminals acquire the binary control signals from the process level and transmit them, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation unit. It is possible to connect 120 V/230 V AC actuators directly. The EtherCAT Terminals contain two channels that indicate their signal state by means of light emitting diodes. The EL1722 version does not have any power contacts. This makes it possible to create individual potential groups. The voltage between input 1 and input 2 must not exceed 230 V AC. The EL1712 is also suitable for 120 V DC.

The up/down counter counts binary pulses, and transmits the counter state, in an electrically isolated form, to the higher-level automation device. Optionally, the EL1512 EtherCAT Terminal can be set up as an up or down counter (16 bits). The EtherCAT Terminal contains two inputs that indicate their signal state by means of light emitting diodes. The EL1512 is particularly suitable for simple counting tasks, e.g. in connection with flow meters.

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