F4-04DA-2

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F4-04DA-2 Analog Voltage Output Module

F4-04DA-2

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F4-04DA-2 Analog Voltage Output Module

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The F4-04DA-2 Analog Voltage Output Module is a 4 channel analog voltage output module. The output ranges are 0-5V, 0-10V, ±5V, and ±10V. The number of channels is 4, single ended (one common). The resolution is 12 bit (1 in 4096). The power budget requirement is 90 mA at 5 VDC (from base). 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).

The output points required is 16 data bits, 2 channel ID, 1 output enable 32(Y) output points. Jumpers are available on the rear of the module to configure the module. You can select the number of channels that are used, set the voltage input range, and set other configuration options.

The F4-04DA-2 Analog Voltage Output Module contains valuable hardware features.

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

  • The terminal block is easily removable to ensure the F4-04DA-2 Analog Voltage Output Module is easily removable without disconnecting wiring.  

  • If a DL440 or a DL450 CPU is used, all four analog outputs may be set in one CPU scan.

16 discrete output points in the CPU are required by the F4–04DA–2. The module can be installed in any slot of a DL405 system, including remote bases. The available power budget and the number of I/O points are limitations you must consider.

 

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