Inline I/O system can now be extended for Ex applications

The Inline I/O system from Phoenix Contact can now also be used for the potentially explosive area. Ex i modules are simply aligned after the intrinsically safe supply terminal. Either only the blue Ex i modules are used for this or existing I/O stations from standard modules are extended with Ex i modules using the new isolator terminal.

Inline offers a wide range of I/O and function terminals for standard use as well as for Ex areas up to Zone 2. The system is characterized by its openness for all popular fieldbus systems and Ethernet networks. Numerous practical features round off the system.

For more information about the Inline I/O system from Phoenix Contact please go to www.phoenixcontact.co.uk.

Phoenix Contact Ltd

Halesfield 13
Telford
TF7 4PG
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1952 681700

info@phoenixcontact.co.uk

https://www.phoenixcontact.com/

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