The Allen-Bradley 1794-IE8 Flex I/O High-Density Analog Module has 8 Single-ended Inputs, a 5.13 ?A/cnt Resolution Voltage Current, and a 256 ?s Conversion Rate. It also operates with a +/- 10V Input Voltage Terminal and a 60 mA FlexBus Current.
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1794-IE8.|
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The Allen-Bradley 1794-IE8 is a FLEX selectable analog input module. This 24 Volts DC module has 8 single-ended non-isolated inputs and 3 key switch positions. It has a 12-bits unipolar resolution with 11 bits + sign bipolar input resolution. No calibration beyond the factory setting is required for this module. It measures 3.7 x 2.1 x 31.8 inches and can be mounted on a DIN rail or panel mount. The 1794-IE8 module can be installed on a 1794-TB2, 1794-TB3S, 1794-TB3ST, 1794-TB3T, or a 1794-TB3 terminal base unit. It also comes with a power and status indicator and has an open-style enclosure. This module has a voltage specification of 24 Volts DC nominal, 10.5 to 31.2 Volts DC including the 5% AC ripple, a current specification of 60 mA, a voltage certification of 24 Volts DC, and a current certification of 0 to 10 Volts that is user-configurable. The input voltage terminal has a specification of +/-10 Volts and a certification of 0 to 20 mA, while the input current terminal has a specification of 4 to 20 mA and a certification of 0 to 20 mA. It also has a voltage of 2.56 mV/cnt (unipolar) and 5.13 mV/cnt (bipolar) as well as a current of 5.13 µA/cnt. This module has a maximum voltage overload of 30 Volts continuous and a maximum current overload of 32 mA continuous, but there is only one channel for each.
The maximum power dissipation of this module is 3 W and the thermal dissipation is 10.2 BTU/hour, both at 31.2 Volts DC. It has an operating vibration of 5 g at 10 to 500 Hertz. Its operating shock is 30 g, while its non-operating shock is 50 g. The operating temperature of this module is -20 to 55 degrees Celsius while its storage temperature is -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. The 1794-IE8 module has a current input and voltage input accuracies of 0.20% full scale at 25 degrees Celsius for both, although the voltage input includes the gain, off-set, repeatability, and nonlinearity error terms. The step response to 63% is 9.4 milliseconds for the voltage terminal and 18.2 milliseconds for the current terminal. It has an absolute accuracy of 0.20% full scale at 25 degrees Celsius and accuracy drift with a temperature of 0.00428% full scale per degree Celsius for the voltage terminal and 0.00407% full scale per degree Celsius for the current terminal.
|Product Type:||Flex I/O High-Density Analog Module|
|Resolution Voltage Current:||5.13 A/cnt|
|Input Current Terminal:||4-20mA|
|Input Voltage Terminal:||+/- 10V|
|FlexBus Current:||60 mA|
|External DC Power Supply:||60 mA at 24V DC|
|Isolation Voltage:||50V Continuous|
|Power Dissipation:||3.0W at 31.2V DC|
|Thermal Dissipation:||10.2 BTU/hr. at 31.2V DC|
Question: What is the difference between 1794-IE8 Series A and Series B?
Answer: 1794-IE8 Series A produces either 2 Volts or 4 mA until the module is configured. 1794-IE8 Series B has an off position for the range selection tables, enabling it to produce 0V or 0mA. Additionally, Series B has a Power-Up bit in Read word, whereas Series A does not. For additional differences, see your user manual.
Question: Can this module be purchased with a warranty?
Answer: Yes, the 1794-IE8 comes with a free one-year warranty from DO Supply, Inc.
Question: What is this module’s power dissipation?
Answer: The 1794-IE8 has a power dissipation of around 3.0 Watts at a DC Voltage of 31.2.
Question: How many inputs does this module have?
Answer: The 1794-IE8 has a total of 8 inputs, all of which are single-ended.
Question: Where can I send the 1794-IE8 to be repaired?
Answer: DO Supply, Inc. offers a variety of repair services for the 1794-IE8.