• Each series offers a unique signal-contioning solution. Take these links to our optomized pdf catalog pages: The 1781-7B Series* is optimized for use in the process control industry. Features including redundant +24 V dc power, and 1500 V rms isolation facilitate system design. High channel density applications are easily accommodated by the small size of the 7B Series’ module. Flexibility is a keynote of the 7B series. These signal conditioners are the system designer’s drop-in solution for interfacing to real-world signals. The WRC7 Series provides low-cost, low-isolation signal conditioning using the same pin-out and foot-print as the 1781-7B Series. Modules operate from regulated +24Vdc power supplies and provide nominal 60 V isolation. Analog Signal Conditioning Mounting Boards
  • Ribbon cables are used to connect analog and discrete mounting boards to SmartMux, SmartMux-Plus, SmartPMux, 1781-PXBxxx, Data acquisition boards and other devices. Select the cable from the choices below
  • WRC-CANX CAN Bus extenders extend CAN Bus networks such as DeviceNet, SDS, and OpenCAN Part B. CAN-based products limit cable length based upon network data rates, as well as limit the length of drops from T-Junctions. WRC’s Bus Extenders allow a user to extend the cable length without having to sacrifice network speed by providing an isolated extender operating at the network speed to effectively multiply the allowed network cable length.
  • Data acquisition is the process of sampling signals that measure real world physical conditions and converting the resulting samples into digital numeric values that can be manipulated by a computer. Data acquisition systems, abbreviated by the acronyms DAS or DAQ, typically convert analog waveforms into digital values for processing. The components of data acquisition systems include: - Sensors, to convert physical parameters to electrical signals. - Signal conditioning circuitry, to convert sensor signals into a form that can be converted to digital values. - Analog-to-digital converters, to convert conditioned sensor signals to digital values.
  • The W5-JDC4 is a DeviceNet-to-serial link communications gateway that provides a flexible DeviceNet interface to as many as four different channels of ASCII devices. A wide variety of serial ASCII devices can be easily connected as DeviceNet slaves, with independent communications to and set up for each channel.
  • The W5 series of DeviceNet I/O boards provide a very cost effective solution for OEMs needing to distribute their I/O in such applications such as sorting, material handling, conveying and others.
  • Our power accessories are able to be ordered in conjunction with the units or sold separately. Accessories are available in all different varieties shown below.
  • Each series offers a unique signal-conditioning solution. Take these links to our optimized pdf catalog pages. Choosing the right module for your mounting boards is very important. WRC4 Series Discrete I/O expands WRC’s complete line of discrete I/O modules. These modules provide an indication LED and replaceable fuse. They also meet an industry de facto standard pin-out.
  • WRC offers an extensive range of mounting boards for all versions of WRC discrete I/O modules as well as other vendors modules. The general types available include: · 1781 slim series of mounting boards are available for 1, 4, 8 , 16, 24 , and 32 points of I/O and provide the space savings available by the use of the 1781 series of slim modules. • 1781 quad mounting boards are available for 24 or 32 points of quad I/O · WRC4 series of mounting boards provide a selection of 1, 4, 8, 16, and 24 points of I/O in different configurations to meet you application needs. • 1771 series of mounting boards are available to handle the slim, and 0.6” size modules in 8 or 16 point configurations. Choose the logic side connection to meet your application from card-edge connector, 50-conductor header connector, or terminal screws for point to point wiring. Mounting options include the traditional panel mounting swaged stand-off as well as the convenient DIN-Rail mounting. Consult the following table for details showing the options available. Custom DIN-rail mounting board sizes may be available. Consult WRC or your local distributor for details. All units are UL recognized and CE compliant. Find products easier by using our Industry Model Numbers, found here.
  • Devices such as electromechanical circuit breakers and slow blow fuses cannot react quickly enough to protect the SSR in a shorted condition and are not recommended!! Fast blow type fuses may be appropriate for some applications.
  • Our power accessories are able to be ordered in conjunction with the units or sold separately. Accessories are available in all different varieties shown below.
  • The 1781-PSx series of power supplies accept ac main power to supply the necessary regulated dc power to the SmartMux adapters and I/O. Select the power supply appropriate for the SmartMux adapter.
  • Western Reserve Controls introduces W1492 Series Field Termination / Signal Conditioning Family for direct connection to Allen-Bradley PLCs and Logix Controllers Save money and lower installation costs using WRC’s signal conditioning solutions as a front-end to your Allen-Bradley SLC/PLC/Logix I/O.
  • Western Reserve Controls introduces W1492 Series Field Termination / Signal Conditioning Family for direct connection to Allen-Bradley PLCs and Logix Controllers Save money and lower installation costs using WRC’s signal conditioning solutions as a front-end to your Mitsubishi Boards.
  • SmartMux-Lite I/O adapters provide an economical, flexible, convenient, and reliable way to add discrete and analog I/O at your machine location with DeviceNet connections back to your controller. The JDA is a remote industrial I/O device that multiplexes analog data acquisition and control signals in industrial or commercial applications. The 1782-JDA4 is DIN-mounted I/O multiplexers and supports serial communications on a DeviceNet link. The JDB is a remote industrial I/O device that multiplexes discrete data acquisition and control signals in industrial or commercial applications. The 1782-JDB4 and 1782-JDB8 are DIN-mounted I/O multiplexers and support serial communications on a DeviceNet link.