Beijer BCS-NX2001 Digital output module transistor

  • 16 digital transistor outputs 24 VDC
  • Source type output with 2 isolated groups
  • Short-circuit protected outputs
  • Display for module diagnostics and input state indication
  • Removable terminal blocks with support for field wiring fixation
  • Hot-Swap
  • One touch diagnostics for easy maintenance
  • Brand: BEIJER
  • Product Code: BCS-NX2001

Description

Nexto Series is a powerful and complete Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) series with exclusive and innovative features, targeted for covering control systems requirements from medium to large applications or high performance of industrial machines.

Nexto Series architecture provides a wide range of input and output modules. These modules, combined with a powerful 32-bit processor and a high-speed-Ethernet-based backplane, cover many user applications, such as high-speed machinery control, complex distributed and redundant process applications or even large I/O systems for building automation. Besides, it delivers modules for motion control, communication, and interfaces to the most popular fieldbuses, among other features.

Nexto Series architecture uses a state-of-the-art high-speed Ethernet backplane bus technology, which allows input, output and process information to be shared among all modules within the system. The I/O modules can be easily distributed in the field. It can be used local as well as remote I/Os without any loss in performance.

In addition, Nexto Series brings a complete tool for programming, configuration, simulation and debugging user application: MasterTool IEC XE. MasterTool IEC XE is flexible and easy to use software that provides the six programming languages defined by IEC 61131-3 standard: Structured Text (ST), Sequential Function Chart (SFC), Function Block Diagram (FBD), Ladder Diagram (LD), Instruction List (IL) and Continuous Function Chart (CFC). MasteTool IEC XE allows the use of different languages on the same application, providing to the user a powerful way to organize the application and to reuse codes used in previous applications.