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Acromag
PO Box 437
Wixom
MI 48393-7037
USA
[t] +1 (248) 295-0880
[f] +1 (248) 624-9234
[W] http://www.acromag.com


Acromag has designed and manufactured measurement and control products for more than 50 years. With a headquarters near Detroit, Michigan and a global network of sales representatives and distributors, Acromag products are sold worldwide. They offer a complete line of industrial I/O products including process instruments, signal conditioning equipment, data acquisition boards, distributed I/O modules, and network communication devices. Industries served include manufacturing, water services, power generation, mining, defense, and transportation.


How to develop high reliability Ethernet control systems using media redundancy
05 January, 2016
Acromag presents a guide to using Ethernet media redundancy in order to create a backup communication path which allows a system to survive a break in the network cable. Systems are often safeguarded only by duplicating components such as power supplies, software file systems, and computer hardware. The guide explains what "media redundancy" is and, through clear diagram and instruction, how to manage a system's communication with this approach.
8-Channel Ethernet modules provide reliable interface for analogue current or voltage inputs
31 January, 2014
Acromag is expanding its line of Ethernet I/O modules to include differential analogue input units for reliable measurements regardless of noisy signals or network traffic. The new XT1210 and XT1220 Ethernet I/O modules in the BusWorks XT Series provide an 8-channel interface for analogue voltage or current input signals and Ethernet/IP, Modbus/TCP, Profinet, or peer-to-peer communication.
Remote I/O modules support Profinet, Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP/IP
23 September, 2013
Acromag's BusWorks XT Series discrete I/O Ethernet modules now interface signal devices on Profinet, Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP/IP networks. Rugged construction, high density design, and easy USB-to-PC/Windows setup combine into very effective I/O. These units are ideal for remote monitoring, distributed control, or SCADA applications.
How to split a 4-20mA signal to multiple devices
18 March, 2013
Acromag 600T series signal splitters receive a 4-20mA current input and provide two identical isolated 4-20mA output signals. Each channel operates independently to prevent interaction between channels. Galvanic isolation eliminates ground loops, reduces noise, and blocks transient signals.
Signal conditioners feature DIN rail power bus for redundant/primary power
23 January, 2013
Acromag’s new TT330 series of DC-powered isolated transmitters help reduce wiring requirements. All TT330 signal isolators and converters are ready to receive primary or redundant 12-32V DC power from a DIN rail bus. The power bus simplifies power distribution to multiple units without wiring. Just snap the units together using the plug-in DIN rail connector terminal blocks to conveniently share a single power source. The bus power connection also provides an easy method to implement backup power.
4-wire transmitters offer USB-configuration for precise input/output ranges, filtering, and calibration
05 November, 2012
Acromag releases versatile signal conditioning transmitters that are PC/Windows-programmable via USB to quickly select from many I/O ranges, pick filtering levels and finely adjust zero/full scale calibration.
 
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