This device is a component module that was developed and produced as a part for the MM300 line of motor control units. General Electric was the manufacturer for these parts, and they are also available from our inventory of both used and new surplus hardware.
The MM300 series is a GE Multilin line of devices, built for motor protection and control. These units were designed for use only on low-voltage motors, and able to provide them with several applications and functionalities. They offer a flexible range of protection, control, and communication functionalities. These units were built with a compact, modular design that completely eliminates the need for any additional individual modules.
The IO_C component is a digital input module for a MM300 unit. The IO_C unit has a pair of two 10 A form-A relays, with six 60 to 300 V/AC digital inputs, and an auxiliary VT input module. This unit is a base module attachment for the MM300 series.
It is equipped with a fixed pickup of up to 65 volts of alternating current. The recognition time takes a max of 2 cycles. The current draw at a rated voltage of 75 milliamperes at 120 V/AC, or 60 mA at 240 V/AC. The input impedance is 1.7 kiloohms. The max input voltage this unit can withstand is 300 V/AC.
AX Control Inc. is able to provide the IO_C and other GE Multilin units, in our inventory of industrial hardware. We offer an automatic protective warranty that goes into effect upon purchase.