Moxa ioLogik E1261H-T
Ethernet remote I/O with 2-port Ethernet switches, 12 DIOs, 5 AIs and 3 RTDs, -40 to 75°C operating temperature.
Features and Benefits
- IEC 60945 approval for harsh offshore environments
- Wide operating temperature: -40 to 75°C (-40 to 167°F)
- Active communication with patented MX-AOPC UA Server and Active OPC Server
- 2-port Ethernet switch for daisy-chain topologies
- User-defined Modbus/TCP addressing
- Friendly configuration via web browser
Rugged Ethernet Remote I/O: The ioLogik E1200H Series for Harsh Environments
Industry-Proven Rugged Design
Installation of remote Ethernet I/O in offshore environments is a real challenge. It is critical to find devices properly designed for protected, safe use in these environments. Moxa’s ioLogik E1200H series with IEC 60945 certifications fulfills the need for devices suitable to such demanding industrial applications. Compactly packaged in a metal housing, this rugged hardware keeps operating in temperatures ranging from -40 to 75°C, meeting the stringent demands of IEC 60945 for harsh offshore applications.
Daisy-Chain Topology Reduces Deployment Costs
Thanks to its two embedded Ethernet switch ports, the ioLogik E1200H remote Ethernet I/O allows you to create daisy-chain topologies for easy cabling. In distributed Ethernet data acquisition applications, panels, units, and cabinets are often located at remote sites where space is limited. The daisy-chain capability of the ioLogik E1200H series allows ioLogik E1200H units to connect in series either to each other or to other nearby Ethernet devices, drastically saving on both space and wiring costs.
Application: Offshore Remote Monitoring
Have you ever wondered where to find a rugged remote Ethernet I/O device to offshore facilities? You need something with the ability to withstand extreme weather conditions, wide temperature changes and that can be used in hazardous environments. With Moxa’s ioLogik E1200H, you get a robust design that will meet your most stringent demands, ensuring your remote data acquisition remains reliable, consistent, and safe.