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    Opto 22 G4 8-channel I/O Module Rack

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    • Opto 22 G4 8-channel I/O Module Rack
    • Opto 22 G4 8-channel I/O Module Rack
    •  ODC5R Relay
    •  G4SWIN Input Test Module

    Opto 22 G4 8-channel I/O Module Rack for Zebra Pro XI-90 Printer with 2- ODC5R Relay and G4SWIN Input Test Module

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    Product Description

    G4 digital 8-channel I/O module rack.

    • Operating temperature: 0 to 70 °C
    • 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
    • Interface connector:Field: Control:
    • Screw-type barrier strip accommodates up to 10 AWG wire
    • 50-conductor header connector

    ODCR Relays

    The ODC5R is a Form A mechanical relay I/O module. This module is suited to applications such as multiplexing of communication lines or analog signals where a low-contact resistance is needed.

    This module was designed for a low-voltage DC load that that is purely resistive (no inrush current). Because of its low 10 VA rating, this module cannot be used with inductive or capacitive loads (even very small loads)nor 120 VAC.

     G4SWIN Input Test Module

    The G4SWIN input test module is used to simulate an input on an I/O mounting rack. Each module contains a toggle switch that closes a contact on the logic side of the module. An internal resistor limits the current through the switch and provides a load similar to that of an actual input module. An internal debounce circuit allows rapid switch closures without false counts.

    The G4SWIN module works with logic voltages of 5, 15, and 24 volts. Internally, there is no connection to the field inputs.

    The G4SWIN module is ideal for simulating discrete external events when testing application software.




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