Offered in various densities and current capacities, KEB’s C6 EtherCAT Digital I/O connects physical sensors to the EtherCAT bus. This advanced system can be optimized for many different industrial applications.
C6 Digital I/O
Status LEDs for Quick Monitoring
The Digital I/O modules feature clear status LEDs that provide instant visual feedback on the operational state of individual digital I/Os. The LEDs enable efficient troubleshooting and diagnostics, enhancing operational efficiency and reducing downtime.
Flexible Voltage Supply
The system supports different terminal voltage supplies, including 24V for digital inputs and outputs, as well as 5V for incremental encoder signals. This flexibility accommodates a range of sensor and actuator configurations, making it adaptable to diverse application requirements.
DI / DO
- Digital inputs: Up to 32 per module
- Input delay: 1 ms
- Signal level: (EN 61131-3, Type 1)
- Off: -3…5 V
- On: 15…30 V
- Digital outputs: Up to 32 per module
- Mixed DI/DO modules: Yes, available
Max. current: 0.5A and 1.0A outputs available
Total current: max. 8 A
E-Bus load: 135 mA
• DIN Rail Mount (35mm)
• 25x120x90 mm (W x H x D)
• Operating temperature: 0 … +55 °C
• Storage temperature: -25 … +70 °C
• Relative humidity: 5 … 95 %, without condensation
Our C6 EtherCAT Digital I/O system offers a reliable and adaptable solution for incorporating digital signals into the EtherCAT network.
With its status LEDs, flexible voltage support, and comprehensive digital I/O configurations, this system empowers industries to achieve enhanced control, monitoring, and automation.
For more technical details, installation instructions, and application examples, please refer to the product documentation provided by KEB America.
Versatile Usage Scenarios
The KEB EtherCAT Digital I/O system finds its application across various industries and automation setups, including:
Industrial Automation: Seamlessly connect physical sensors and actuators to the EtherCAT network, enabling precise control and monitoring of manufacturing processes.
Motion Control: Utilize the incremental encoder signal inputs for accurate position and velocity control in motion systems.
Process Automation: Efficiently integrate digital input signals from different process stages, enhancing overall process automation and data collection.