External Input/Output modules

AIM600, AIM615 převodníky 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA / RS485

Expanding the number of analog inputs, converting 4-20 mA to an optical network

  • 6 analog inputs IN1 to IN6
  • Precise 24-bit converter and galvanic isolation of inputs
  • RS485 output under Modbus RTU or FINET protocols
  • Mounting on DIN rail 35 mm
MAV420: externí modul analogového výstupu 4-20mA
Modules for expanding the number of analog outputs of 4-20 mA FIEDLER units
  • Active, galvanically isolated 4-20 mA analog output
  • Connection of up to 16 modules to one control unit via RS485
  • MAV422 module with two current outputs
  • Mounting on DIN rail 35mm
H520-B H520-B Level display module

Display module for fast and clear visualization of the level height

  • Connection to the control unit via RS485 bus
  • Mechanical address setting allows quick arrangement of multiple modules side by side
  • Display of level height and percentage filling
  • Surprisingly cheap solution
Převodník Pt100/RS485

External transmitter for accurate temperature measurement using Pt100-A sensors

  • The module meets high protection IP68 (permanent immersion in water)
  • Resolution up to 0.002 °C, measuring range from -50 °C to + 80 °C
  • Communication with FIEDLER AMS units via RS485 bus
  • Monitoring of temperatures in different depths of water or soil
PO2D - kombinovaná přepěťová ochrana

Two-stage overvoltage protection for data lines and for 12 to 24 V DC supply lines

  • Designed to protect PLC control systems, sensors and transducers
  • Separate terminals for RS485 or 4(0)-20 mA line
  • Separate terminals for supply lines (without resistive coupling)
  • Protection also against transverse overvoltage
OPTO3 pulse signal splitter

Galvanically isolated pulse signal splitter

  • 3 galvanically isolated outputs (solid state relays, Umax: 28 V)
  • Input adjustable for open collector and current output sensors
  • Supply voltage from 3.5 V to 28 VDC, very low current consumption at standstill (10 μA)
  • Suppression of short pulses and input oscillations