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USB 8 Amp SPDT Relays with multi function IO options Model MCSB2101

06-12-2009 10:01 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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MCSB2101

MCSB2101

J-Works has started shipping Model MCSB2101 USB controlled high current relays (8 amp) with optional digital and/or ADC inputs. The module can have 2 optional IO configurations. Each of the configuration options can be any of the following: 8 bit Digital IO, 8 bit Darlington output drivers, 8 bit differential input or output, or 4 channels of ADC input. Digital IO is 3.3v (LVTTL) and is 5V Tolerant. Differential IO can support either 0 to 5V or -15V to 15V common mode. Darlington outputs can drive 30V @ 200ma per channel. ADC’s have 12 or 16 bit resolution with a -5V to +5V input range and PGA. Relays are rated at 8 Amps @ 240VAC, 8 Amps @ 30VDC. User can mix and match to meet various control requirements with a single module. Complete Windows support is provided via DLL or Class Library. Various programming languages source samples are provided. Optional Linux support disk is available. High quality screw type terminal block connectors allow quick hook-up to the relays. Complete product specifications available at www.j-works.com. Single unit price for the MCSB2101 starts at $130.00. Delivery is from stock.

J-Works, Inc was founded in 1996 developing Industrial Controls Products, in 2002 it introduced it's first USB based Industrial control product. Since then it has continued to expand it's USB product offering and manufacturing. Its full line of USB based Control Product include Relay. DPDT, SPDT, Temperature, I/O, Digital, Counter, WDT, Encoder, USB Switch, Analog, Opto IO, Monitor, DIO, ADC, DAC, USB Measurement and Control Products.

J-Works, Inc
11024 Balboa Blvd #402
Granada Hills, CA 91344
(818) 364-0915 Voice
(818) 364-0912 Fax
sales@j-works.com
www.j-works.com

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