F2-08DA-1

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F2-08DA-1 Analog Output Module

F2-08DA-1

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F2-08DA-1 Analog Output Module

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Product Description

 

The F2-08DA-1 Analog Output Module can be installed in any slot of a DL240 module or DL250 module. When you determine placement, you must consider the available power budget and discrete I/O points.

The F2-08DA-1 Analog Output module contains valuable hardware features.

  • The module optically isolates outputs from the PLC to improve signal quality.

  • For improved usability and portability, the terminal block is easily removable to ensure the F2-08DA-1 Analog Output module is easily removable without disconnecting wiring.  

  • If a DL240, DL250-1,  or a DL260 CPU is used all channels can be updated in one scan.

The output range is 4-20 mA. The number of channels is 8, single-ended. The resolution is 12 bit (1 in 4096). The external power supply requirement is 18–30 VDC, 50mA plus 20mA / output loop, class 2. The environmental air requirement is no corrosive gases permitted.  The operating temperature 0–60°C (32–140°F). The relative humidity 5–95% (non-condensing).

You must provide an external power supply for the F2-08DA-1 Analog Output module. You can use separate power sources for the module supply and loop supply. Or, you can use the same supply for both the module supply and loop supply.  

The PLC update rate is 8 channel per scan maximum. The output points required is 12 binary data bits, 3 channel ID bits, 1 output enable bit / 16 (Y) output points required.

 

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