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7/3/2019

New NOVUS I/O Module Leads Industry 4.0 to DIN Rail

Following the global trend of developing solutions for industry 4.0, NOVUS introduces DigiRail Connect, an intelligent I/O module that can be used as an extension in any automation system. Versatile, this product features mixed inputs and outputs, which accept analog and digital industry standard signals. The available DigiRail Connect options ensure that you choose the appropriate configuration for the client application.

 

Connectivity: DigiRail Connect can be used as a slave device in Modbus RTU networks that have RS485 interface or as a server device in Modbus TCP networks that have Ethernet. Its industry 4.0 installed on DIN rail!

 

The product is configurable through the USB interface and is designed especially for harsh industrial environments. It meets electromagnetic compatibility standards and ensures ruggedness and reliability for industrial applications.

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