Haven't seen Wago used that much (wonder why).
InterLinkBT seems to be the I/O block of choice for the plants I've
If you're looking for DIN-rail mounted modular I/O on DNet, Siemens
seems to be popular.
Just curious--why do you want to spec wago?
Don't necessarily want to spec Wago.
Just looking for devicenet analog & digital I/o
that doesn't take up much space on the din rail
Thanks for the pointers to Siemens & Interlink BT tho.
BTW I googled InterlinkBT and it is now Turck
Siemens website is a bit hard to navigate around.
Do you have a devicename or part no. I could search for?
On 4 Dec 2006 09:03:28 -0800, " email@example.com"
Short answer is no, I don't know the part number.
It's called Siemens ET200, but that's a whole product family. From
there, you'd specify the I/O that you want and then separetely, you'd
specify the bus adapter you want.
I saw a lot of it in some automotive plants I've worked in over the
past few years.
Anyhow, at the time, Sutherland-Shultz made the DeviceNet adapter for
the ET200s--here's a photo of the product I recognize from those
If you really want to hang DeviceNet on a DIN rail, you might want to
These guys are pretty good when it comes to DNet!
No Spam wrote:
Thanks lots for the pointers.
The Siemens and the AB take up a bit more rail space than the Turck
(aka Interlink), so I'm looking at the Turck now, and it looks pretty
You've really helped a lot, thanks very much
On 6 Dec 2006 07:41:48 -0800, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
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