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Input Module, DC Input 4–16, 5 VDC Logic High Speed

IDC5B - Input Module, DC Input 4–16, 5 VDC Logic High Speed

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Manufacturer:
OPTO 22 OPTO 22
Manufacturer Part No:
IDC5B
Newark Part No.:
18M9114
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Product Overview

The IDC5B is an Input Module used for sensing ON/OFF voltage levels. It has a bridge-rectifier input and accept AC or DC inputs. It provides up to 4000V (transient) of optical isolation between the field inputs and the output side of the circuit. It is a fast-switching input module for signals produced by photoelectric switches or TTL level devices.
  • Rugged construction
  • 30V Breakdown transistor
  • 0.05ms Turn-ON time
  • 0.1ms Turn-OFF time
  • 300Ω Input resistance
  • 220Ω Control resistance

Applications

Automation & Process Control, Industrial

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39 Further stock expected to ship on Nov 20, 2017

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