ICOP’s QEC RXXD series are standard industrial EtherCAT slave digital I/O modules, with standalone isolated design on each channel to protect from harmful interference and influences critical environment. The modules offer a wide variety of I/O channels that can be intermixed between 4, 8, 12 and up to 16 I/O channels, also providing custom service to save unnecessary components cost.
Comply with EtherCAT Conformance Test Tool (ET9400), the QEC-RXXD is qualified and can be cooperated with the EtherCAT master systems for quickly implement in industrial applications.
Capable up to 100 µs EtherCAT cycle time, as well as the Distributed Clock (DC) mode, QEC-RXXD is aimed for high precision and synchronous applications requirement. Designed with the up-to-date silicon components, it also reduce heat generation and extend product life while also providing automatic internal status monitoring, including voltage, current and operating temperature, to help provide effective carbon footprint tracking.
For the Digital Input of QEC RXXD series, the maximum input frequency is 8KHz, it equipped with various of optional features, including polarity separated digital input channel pins, input wire break detection lines and up to 2500Vrms ESD isolation protection.
QEC-RXXD offers users an easy way to update the firmware via FOE and features two networks available for EtherCAT Cable Redundancy. The module status can be indicated by LEDs for troubleshooting and verifying I/O status. Also provides flexible installation and efficient I/O channel configurations for connectivity, reducing infrastructure and operating costs, and can be deployed in network topologies such as star, line, or ring.
QEC-RXXD measures 107.45 x 77.4 x 30 mm, and supports standard system operation from -20 to +70°C and optional -40 to +85°C. It can be easily installed by Din Rail mounting kit and features a European-style terminal block that provides easy installation and removable wiring terminals for easy deployment.