October 9, 2023
ICP Electronics Australia is proud to introduce ICP DAS EC2-P16C16. In the industrial realm, the seamless transmission of data is vital. ICP DAS’s EC2-P16C16 EtherCAT Slave I/O Module emerges as an innovation in this domain, promising both efficiency and reliability. Designed with 16 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs, this module is set to redefine how industries view data transmission and processing.
A prominent feature of the EC2-P16C16 is its on-the-fly processing using the EtherCAT protocol. This ensures real-time communication and swift data exchange. The module boasts two RJ-45 bus interfaces, and impressively, the maximum distance between stations can extend up to 100m, courtesy of the 100BASE-TX.
Simplifying the installation process, the EC2-P16C16 supports daisy chain connections, paving the way for scalable systems that require fewer wires. This not only minimizes clutter but also enhances the system’s overall efficiency. The removable terminal block connector further adds to its user-friendly design.
LED indicators are incorporated to reflect the I/O status, offering users instant visual feedback. This, combined with configurable power-on value settings and the ability to retain output values even after state machine changes, ensures a smooth operational experience. Having passed stringent conformance tests, the EC2-P16C16 ensures compatibility with eligible EtherCAT Masters or configurators. This makes its integration into various applications a breeze, marking a significant leap in industrial I/O solutions.
- On the ﬂy processing: EtherCAT
- 2 x RJ-45 bus interface
- Maximum distance between Stations can be up to 100 m (100BASE-TX)
- Support daisy chain connection
- Removable terminal block connector
- LED indicators for the I/O status
- Built-In Inputs and Outputs: 16 DI and 16 DO
- Configurable Power-on Value Settings
- Keep output values after state machine change
- Low Pass Filter