Electronically Protected Modules (OB6EI and OB16E). 14 OW8, OW16, OX8, IO4, IO8, IO12, IO12DC. (3) Fast off-delay for inductive loads is accomplished with surge suppressors on the IB6EI, OBP8 series B and later, OB16E series B and later. OX8. The OX8 is a digital contact output module that contains 8 individually module and I/O modules in a single chassis with a power supply.
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OX8 OX8 AB In Stock! Allen Bradley SLC | Allen Bradley Output Mod. Relay, Iso., 8 Pt. AB O OX. Publication INC-EN-P - August Wiring Diagram (OX8). Input/Output Combination Modules. Wiring Diagram (IO4, IO8). VAC- . Output Module OX8 switching time. Total worst-case response time. The number of degrees that the shaft continues to rotate beyond the moment at.
EDIT1: Sorry had not read your last reply The more they give you the more you "try". Your obviously a bit concerned about driving the existing AC loads, even with a 0. Rockwell's job is done here I feel? Sorry about that.
I got it from a quick Google search.
Truth is, you should make some effort to identify the actual loads on these outputs and use interposing relays where necessary. You probably won't need them on most of your outputs, but I typically specify IRs on larger motor starters and solenoids. That being said, AB really should offer an equivalent replacement module if they are going to advocate upgrading SLC systems to ControlLogix.
You can even buy the cable between the IO card and the Field Terminatinon board pre terminated. They have quite a small footprint.
We have about 36 PLCs to upgrade each with an average of about 16 digital outputs. The biggest obstacle is panel space. The pre-wired IFM solutions are just to large for most of the installations. I think what we are looking at is a 2-tier terminal block style relay.
This should be the smallest footprint. I wonder if I can purchase a pre-wired module swing-arm that is just fanned out wiring at the other end?
This would save a little wiring effort. It is disappointing that AB does not have a better migration solution. Ron Beaufort December 17th, , AM I don't mean to needlessly complicate this — but - besides just the current capability - you should also take a look at the amount of offstate "leakage current" involved in your replacement modules Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc.
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Align the circuit board of module with the chassis card guide. Slide the module into the chassis until the bottom tabs lock into place. Route the wires down and away from the module, securing them with the wire tie.