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ICP Electronics ICP DAS tET-AD2 tiny Ethernet module

ICP Electronics Australia has launched the ICP DAS tET-AD2, designed to enhance the efficiency of industrial processes. This tiny Ethernet module features isolated 2-channel analog inputs, offering versatility in monitoring and control tasks within a wide array of industrial applications. It comes equipped with a web server for straightforward configuration, thereby reducing set-up time and complexity.

Supporting a range of communication protocols including Modbus TCP/UDP, MQTT and SNMP V2c, the tiny Ethernet module enables integration into existing networks, facilitating real-time data exchange and analysis. Its I/O pair connection feature, enabling push and pull functionality, further enhances its adaptability in complex automation set-ups.

The module is designed to endure challenging industrial environments, featuring dual-watchdog support and the capability for firmware updates via Ethernet. With built-in I/O that includes 2-channel single-ended inputs for both voltage and current, the module enables flexible data acquisition.

Adjustable sampling rates, available in fast or normal modes, cater to varied application requirements, facilitating performance in diverse operational contexts such as industrial automation, machinery, building automation, food and beverage systems, semiconductor fabrication and control systems. Its robust design also includes 4 kV ESD protection and 3000 VDC intra-module isolation.


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