The P372 digital input slice connects 24 VDC signals from devices on the machine to the binary control registers in the Motion Coordinator.
All 16 inputs are source (PNP) type and have electrical isolation. Inputs and power connection are via 2 x single-row plug-in screw terminal blocks. The Flexslice module indicates the input signal states via LEDs.
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Trio design and manufacture flexible and economical solutions for motion control applications, enabling control of complex high speed automation and machine control in most industries throughout the world.
Their comprehensive range of motion controllers (Motion Coordinators) allows seamless control of 1 to 128 axes of servo motors, stepper motors, piezo motors or hydraulic systems. Our flexible, modular controller range uses a common user interface and standard programming language; TrioBASIC.
They design customised solutions for OEMs, manufacture motion control options for globally available drives and license designs and technology to a number of automation companies. Our products are available locally via our global network of distributors and drive specialists. Each offers local training and technical support.
Module current consumption (EBUS 5V)
Number of Digital Outputs
16 (2 banks of 8)
Power supply requirement
24V (+/-20%) DC
Resistive, inductive and capacitive
Input filter Cut-off (RC network)
DIN rail mount
Size (w x d x h) mm
15 x 147 x 107
Push-in wiring terminals
EN61000-6-2 (2005) Industrial Noise Immunity/ EN61000-6-4 (2007) Industrial Noise Emissions.
RoHs, CE, UL
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