Controller module

  • 11-Jul-2008 01:25 EDT


Parker Vansco’s CM2216 general I/O programmable controller module receives digital, analog, and frequency inputs and drives solid state outputs. Designed to the J1455/EP455 environmental specifications for in-cab use, the rugged, cost-effective controller monitors up to 22 dedicated inputs and handles up to 16 dedicated outputs. Output currents range from 1, 5, and 10 A depending on the output type to provide a maximum of 50 A continuous to the system. This product communicates over two CAN bus networks using industry-standard J1939 protocol. When used with Parker Vansco’s framework software, the CM2216 also provides gateway functionality, eliminating the need for a dedicated gateway module.
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