Modular I/O solutions

  • 29-Apr-2013 09:09 EDT
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TTControl offers the HY-TTC 30X family of smart I/O modules. The CANopen-based, modular solutions extend the number of I/Os in mobile applications and are suited for various vehicle control tasks, acting as slave units in CAN-based network architectures. A master electronic control unit communicates with the slave module via the standardized CANopen protocol, reducing cabling. The HY-TTC 30X family includes four module variants focusing on controlling proportional valves, digital/analog outputs, or inputs to compose any set of I/Os. Modules also can control add-on vehicle equipment to reduce costs. All modules are protected by a compact aluminum die-cast housing and provide a range of configurable I/Os and local current control for pulse width modulated outputs. Ready-to-run software and an electronic datasheet for import are included for setup.

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