OCS-I/O from Horner Automation is a modular I/O system for OCS all-in-one controllers that offers a fieldbus network (CsCAN). It is a flexible, highly expandable Input/Output system that can be applied as a local expansion I/O or as remote I/O distributed over hundreds of meters.
Sometimes you only need a little bit. With the OCS-I/O, from Horner Automation, you can start with the CNX116, the base unit, which itself includes I/O (input/output). And it’s intended to offer the perfect introductory amount of I/O for Horner OCS Controllers. The CNX116 provides (2) Flexible Inputs (digital or 12-bit analog), (2) Digital Outputs, (1) 16-bit Universal Analog Input, and (1) 12-bit Analog Output onboard. Two inputs can be used for either digital or analog signals, giving it up to 3 analog inputs without needing another module.
With expandability up to 7 modules per base and 16 bases per network, OCS-I/O can handle almost every I/O need. Additionally, it even includes a CsCAN In and CsCAN Out port, which allows users to easily daisy-chain multiple bases without requiring extraneous custom wiring.
Whether a little or a lot, OCS-I/O configuration is meant to be simple and effortless. It’s configured using Cscape software, which is especially powerful with the new Cscape 10 update. So when wired up, the OCS-I/O can find the base and populate all installed modules automatically. From there, you may only need to tweak a couple of configurations for the base or modules to be ready to go. Also, Cscape calculates I/O power usage automatically, so you’ll never overload an I/O base.
HE959CNX116 – OCS-I/O CsCAN Base. 2 Flexible (digital or 12-bit analog) Inputs, 2 Digital Outputs, 1 Universal 16-bit Analog Input, and 1 Analog Output (PLEASE NOTE CNX116 is the OCS-I/O base and is required to use the following I/O modules). This unit can support up to 7 of the following I/O modules per base:
DIGITAL OR ANALOG
|DC INPUTS||DC OUTPUTS||RELAY
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