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Eight Analog Input Expansion Module | X-16s

X-16s Eight Analog Input expansion module can be monitored over the internet with the X-600M controller.

Specifications

Power Requirements

  • Voltage: 9-28 VDC (supplied via the X-600M controller, 24V recommended)
  • Max Current: See table below for typical values at 25°C.
Power Supply Current
9 VDC 40 mA
12 VDC 30 mA
24 VDC 18 mA

Analog Inputs

  • Number of Inputs: 8
  • Type: 8 single-ended, 4-differential, or a combination
  • Input Range: -0.1V (min), 5.1V (max), all channels
    **Note that inputs have high impedance so input range can easily be adjusted using external resistors. Example: 0 to 10 Volt or 4-20mA
  • Resolution: 10μV (24 bit ΣΔ ADC)
  • Reference: 5.00V, 0.04%, 3ppm/C, 50mA Max

Connectors

  • Inputs: 14-Position, 3.81mm, Removable
  • Expansion Connector: Ribbon cable, 10-conductor, polarized, 2x5-position, 0.100" pitch Provides power and communications for expansion modules (Communications: RS-485)

LED Indicators

  • Number of LEDs: 1
    • Power on

Physical

  • Size:
    • 1.41in (35.7mm) wide
    • 3.88in (98.5mm) tall
    • 3.1in (78mm) deep (not including connector)
  • Weight: 4.8 oz (136 g)
  • Enclosure Material: Lexan 940 Polycarbonate Plastic
  • Enclosure Flame Rating: UL94 V0

Environmental

  • Operating Temperature: -40°F to 150°F (-40°C to 65.5°C)
  • Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)
  • Humidity: 5-95%, non-condensing
  • Altitude: Up to 2,000m
  • Indoor use or NEMA-4 protected location

Electromagnetic Compliance

  • IEC CISPR 22, CISPR 24
  • FCC 47CFR15 (Class B)
  • EN55024 ITE Immunity (2010)
  • EN55022 Emissions (2010)

Product Safety Compliance

  • UL 61010-1 (Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use)
RoHS compliant Made in the USA
CE listed UL

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Where to Buy

Click "Buy Online" to view part numbers and pricing. X-16s is available in the USA and internationally, and can be purchased either from us or an Authorized Distributor.

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