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One of the most world popular foods, which is important in our daily lives goes is bread. Hardly anything smells as delicious as freshly baked bread.Read More
The chicken house has become increasingly popular in recent years...Read More
9/27/2021 11:46 AM
Our new Modbus TCP I/O modules of the MX210 series offer a great selection of useful functions, making them the perfect choice for complex and large-scale, as well as minor projects.Read More
Wind turbines are installations, that harvest wind energy, which is a renewable energy source.Read More
That is not just another series of expansion modules with the Modbus TCP protocol. It is a universal self-sufficient device that can be used with or without a controller.Read More
A new video from akYtec! Today we will introduce our Modbus TCP I/O modules of the MX210 series and show the simplicity of the configuration procedure with the help of our software akYtec Tool Pro.Read More
In this article, we will show you how to configure the modules of the MX110 series and connect them to the programmable relay PR102.Read More
Our customer support team has been receiving questions on Modbus communication between SMI200 and PR200, so we decided to prepare a sample project which thoroughly covers this topic.Read More
6/9/2020 11:44 AM
Since we have introduced PRM-24.3 and PRM-230.3 – your PR200 can have even more built-in analog inputs and outputs from now on.Read More
12/16/2019 10:16 AM
The input configuration options include 9 types of the most commonly-used RTDs and 9 types of most common thermocouples. The universal analog output can be configured for a linear current or voltage signal, thereby choosing from a wide variety of the signal ranges, e.g., 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-5 mA, 0-10V, 2-10V, or 0-5 V. The input can connect to an RTD in a 2-, 3-, or 4-wire depending on the sensor available.Read More

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