GE / IP FANUC Series 90/30 In Stock
Other Available Revisions for the IC200UEX011 IC200UEX011AIC200UEX011BIC200UEX011CIC200UEX011DIC200UEX011EIC200UEX011FIC200UEX011GIC200UEX011HIC200UEX011IIC200UEX011JIC200UEX011KIC200UEX011LIC200UEX011-LTIC200UEX011MIC200UEX011NIC200UEX011OIC200UEX011PIC200UEX011QIC200UEX011RIC200UEX011SIC200UEX011TIC200UEX011UIC200UEX011VIC200UEX011WIC200UEX011XIC200UEX011YIC200UEX011Z
Versamax micro 24VDC IN relay out 120V 240 AC power supply 14 point exp. IC200UEX011 PLC
The GE Fanuc IC200UEX011 module is a 14-point expansion module that is AC-powered from the Nano series/CPM1A. This GE VersaMax Micro PLC expansion module provides 6 normally open 2-Amp relay outputs and it accepts 8 DC inputs. The outputs on the IC200UEX011 module can control 5 to 250 Volts AC rated output devices and 5 to 30 Volts DC rated inputs which can be deployed as negative or positive standard logic inputs. The logic inputs are compatible with a wide range of appliances, including but not limited to proximity switches, limit switches, and pushbuttons. For field devices, an output power of 24 Volts DC isolated voltage and 200 milliamps of current is required. The minimum gate-to-voltage input threshold voltage that is required to create a conducting path between terminal and source is 15 Volts DC minimum for the on-state and 5 Volts DC maximum for the off-state, which is an important scaling factor for maintaining power efficiency.
The input resistance rating of the IC200UEX011 module is 2.8 Kiloohms to manage the load impedance at a minimum load of 1 milliamp. The response time when turning on or turning off is only 15 milliseconds maximum. For a duration of 1 minute, the safest voltage that can be applied is 1500 Volts rms between the logic and field sides of the device and 500 Volts rms between groups. The IC200UEX011 module is a NEMA expansion module with a UL Pilot maximum duty rating of 240 Volts AC. The inrush current provided is twice the normal rated current for this device, allowing 5 Amps of current for every cycle to reduce the chances of tripping the circuit breakers, which could damage devices like generators and transformers when currents spike. Additionally, the leakage current at 240 Volts AC is a maximum of 15 milliamps.
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