Manufactured by Allen-Bradley, the 1792D-8BVT8D module is a 16-channel ArmorBlock I/O block module. The 1792D-8BVT8D module features sensor source input current for each connector. It comes with 24 Volts DC I/O circuits and features universal PNP or NPN inputs that interface with either the sourcing or the sinking devices. The 1792D-8BVT8D module features the back-panel or the machine mounting option, and vertical or horizontal mounting. For network connectivity, the 1792D-8BVT8D module communicates via the DeviceNet protocol. The unit includes the DeviceLogix smart component technology. The removal and insertion under power feature makes it possible to replace the module without interfering with the operation of the network.
The 1792D-8BVT8D module comes with up to 8 digital inputs. The unit features the 24 Volts DC sinking or sourcing type of digital input voltage. The 1792D-8BVT8D module is classified as a digital I/O module type. The component has the 24 Volts DC sourcing (NPN) voltage when the power supply rated at 24 Volts DC. The component comes with the IP 67 enclosure type. The ambient operating temperature range is -25 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius while the ambient storage temperature range is -25 degrees Celsius to 80 degrees Celsius. The 1792D-8BVT8D module comes with a maximum relative humidity rating of 95% non-condensing. The unit supports up to 3 I/O connections. The supported I/O connections are the cyclic, the polled, and the change-of-state connections. The cyclic I/O connection allows the configuration of the block as an I/O client. The block will thus produce the I/O cyclically at the rate that is configured. For the polled I/O connection, the 1792D-8BVT8D module features a master device that initiates the communication by simply sending the polled I/O message to the module.
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