- Controls/monitors 48 digital signals over Ethernet
- PWM output mode
- Programmable input debounce
- Input edge detection with asynchronous host notification
- Compatible with standard solid state relay racks
- Embedded HTTP and Telnet servers
Model 2410 is a compact open-frame module that interfaces 48 general-purpose TTL/CMOS compatible digital input/output (DIO) signals to a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet. It features advanced signal processing functions that reduce the host computer's burden in measurement and control applications.
The module communicates through its built-in web and telnet servers, using telnet for automation applications and an embedded web site for configuration, manual control, and diagnostics. Precompiled API libraries are provided for Linux and Windows, along with open source (C language) code to enable porting and customization.
The unit has a small footprint, requires only a single 24VDC power source, and can be quickly and easily mounted by snapping it onto a standard DIN mounting rail. It will interface directly to many standard solid state relay racks, and it has an auxiliary power output that is capable of supplying 5VDC power to solid state relay racks or other modest external loads.
Each open-collector DIO channel can operate as an input, an output, or in wired-or mode. A number of special functions such as debounce, edge detection, and PWM output, are available on each channel. All channels are synchronized to a common 1KHz clock to guarantee true state machine behavior. An LED indicates each channel's physical state.
Software debounce can be enabled for any input signal, with debounce interval ranging from 0 to 255 milliseconds. Also, edge detection and capture may be enabled for any input signal and, if desired, asynchronous notification messages (i.e., "interrupts") will be sent to an Ethernet client when edge events are captured.
Outputs are capable of 24mA active-low output drive, and internal pull-up resistors are provided for all channels. Each output channel may be independently configured to function in the conventional fashion (directly controlled by Ethernet clients) or as a PWM generator with one millisecond resolution.
A standard 50 pin header is provided for connecting the module to external solid-state relay racks or custom OEM signal distribution systems.
Model 2410 controlling a solid state relay rack
Model 2410 with a 7505TDIN screw terminal breakout board
SENSORAY also offers the Model 2410TA termination board, which can be top-mounted to the module to add convenient field wiring terminal blocks without enlarging the module's footprint. The spring-loaded terminals allow quick connection of 24-16 gauge wires.
Model 2410TA zero-footprint, top-mounting termination board.
In addition to the standard API, Sensoray provides a LabVIEW application which demonstrates how to interact with the 2410.
|General Purpose Digital I/O|
||5V TTL/CMOS compatible
|Off state input voltage
||+2.0 to +5.25 VDC
|On state input voltage
||0.0V to +0.8 VDC
||0 to 255 ms, 1ms resolution
||Active low, open collector with 10 kΩ pullup resistor to internal 5V
|Output current, on state
||1 ms on-time, 1 ms off-time (max. frequency = 500 Hz)
||10BaseT, 100BaseTx Ethernet
||10/100 Mbps, auto-detecting
||ARP, HTTP, ICMP, IPv4, TCP, Telnet
||Programmable via HTTP (static ARP): IP address, netmask, gateway
||Status, configuration, I/O monitor/control
||5 minutes (default, programmable via HTTP), programmable per session
|Power and Environmental|
||24VDC ±5% @90mA (digital outputs off, no external loads)
|Auxiliary Power Output
||+5VDC &plusn;5%, referenced to module input power supply return
||400 mA maximum
||-25 to 85 °C
||(W x H x D): 4.1 x 5.0 x 2.2 inches
W = overall DIN rail length
D = module height from DIN rail back panel; additional clearance required for field wiring.
||RJ-45 plug, AMP 554169 or equivalent
||50-pin socket, Tyco 1-1658621-0 or equivalent
||Molex 22-01-3047 with 08-50-0114 pin contact (4), or equivalent