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ICP Electronics ICP DAS ET-2217CI-4 Ethernet I/O module

ICP Electronics Australia has launched the ICP DAS ET-2217CI-4, an Ethernet I/O module that integrates four channels of analog input with channel-to-channel isolation. This module is designed to enhance the precision of voltage and current monitoring while providing protection against overvoltages and overcurrents, thereby safeguarding critical industrial processes. With its versatile input range configuration, the module caters to diverse measurement needs, accommodating ±1 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA and ±20 mA inputs, each configurable for specific requirements.

The module also features an adjustable sampling rate, offering both a fast mode at 200 Hz and a standard mode at 10 Hz/channel, enabling the monitoring and analysis of voltage and current data. This module supports essential protocols such as Modbus TCP/UDP and MQTT for integration into IoT ecosystems. The inclusion of a 2-port Ethernet switch with LAN bypass facilitates daisy-chain wiring, simplifying network configurations and enhancing connectivity.

Moreover, the ET-2217CI-4 features a built-in web server for hassle-free configuration, while an I/O Pair Connection facilitates efficient data synchronisation. Its capacity to log up to 480,000 records/channel, complete with time stamps, offers an extensive data analysis tool. Certified with CE, UKCA, FCC, RoHS and WEEE, this module meets a range of standards, for safety in industrial environments. Whether it’s for manufacturing, energy management or smart automation, the ET-2217CI-4 Ethernet I/O Module is engineered to deliver integration ease, marking a step forward in industrial connectivity and monitoring solutions.

 

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