8-channel Isolated Current Input Redundant Module, 500 Samples/sec sampling rate, supports operating temperatures from -25°C~ +75°C

F-8017CH

8-channel Isolated Current Input Redundant Module, 500 Samples/sec sampling rate, supports operating temperatures from -25°C~ +75°C

  Price:  $1,799.00  

Features

The F-8017CH is a 16-bit, 8-channel analog differential input module. This module accepts current input range 4~20mA and supports 25% over range measurement (Accuracy is not guaranteed). Besides, it has ±0.05% accuracy for highly accurate application. Moreover, this module provides 500Hz sampling rate for some application. In addition to current input, F-8017CH is also built-in HART master interface to remotely maintain devices via HART. The F-8017CH provides 3000VDC optical isolation between channels and backplane bus. If any high voltage or current damages these channels, this module won’t affect other component in iDCS-8000 system.

  • Building Automation
  • Factory Automation
  • Machine Automation
  • Remote Maintenance
  • Remote Diagnosis
  • Testing Equipment
  • HART Master Interface for DCS systems

Specifications

Feature
HART interface Yes, supports HART master
Over-Current Protection Yes (Switching time < 100us)
Over-Current Protection Yes
Termination board break off detection Yes
LED indicator 1 RUN, 1 ACT, 1 DUX
Analog Input
Number of channels 8
Type 4 ~ 20 mA (Support ±25% overrange
Maximum Allowable Input Current 25 mA
Resolution 16 bit
Sampling Rate 500 Samples/sec(Total)
Accuracy ±0.05% FSR
Zero Drift ±20 μV/°C
Common Mode Rejection 86 dB
Normal Mode Rejection 100 dB
Input Impedance 120 Ω
Data Range -2500~12500
Isolation 3000 VDC
HART
Mode Master, Monodrop (Point-to-Point)
Certification
EMC EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4, IEC/EN 61000-4-2, IEC/EN 61000-4-4
General
Termination board DN-AIH-08
Maximum power consumption 1.2 W + 7.5W1
Operating temperature -25°C~ +75°C
Humidity 5 ~ 95 % RH, Non-condensing
Weight 300 g
Dimensions (W x L x H) 30 mm x 85 mm x 115 mm
1. F-8017CH provides the power for the passive loop, so there will be an extra power for the transmitter in the field. The amount of power consumption depends on the number of transmitters.

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