VME module intended for industrial control loop applications

The V220 from Highland Technology features 12 fully isolated channels, is capable of sourcing and measuring voltage and current, and is intended for use in 4-20 mA industrial control loop applications.

01/12/2011


Highland Technology has introduced the V220, a VME module intended for use in 4-20 mA industrial control loop applications.

The V220 features 12 fully isolated channels, each capable of either sourcing or measuring voltage and current, simulating and measuring both controllers and transducers, and simulating open/short faults.

It is also ideal for simulating complex industrial processes to control systems under development and certification, according to Highland Technology.

http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/V220DS.html

www.highlandtechnology.com

Highland Technology, Inc.

- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com



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