Remote IO Panel

The Remote IO Panel is a state-of-the-art industrial automation product designed to facilitate remote input/output operations in industrial environments. It is an advanced and reliable solution that provides a simple and efficient means of connecting multiple sensors and actuators to a central control system.

This product is designed to withstand harsh industrial conditions, ensuring maximum uptime and minimizing maintenance and downtime. It is compact and lightweight, making it easy to install and integrate into existing automation systems. With a wide range of communication protocols and a user-friendly interface, the Remote IO Panel is the perfect solution for industrial automation applications.



The following table provides a detailed overview of the technical specifications of the Remote IO Panel:

Parameter Specification
Cabinet Type Wall-mounted
Cabinet Material Steel
Cabinet Finish Powder-coated
Cabinet Dimensions 600mm x 400mm x 200mm
Resistance Range 0.1Ω to 100kΩ
Power Rating Up to 500W per resistor
Number of Resistors Up to 50
Resistance Tolerance ±1%
Temperature Coefficient ±50ppm/°C
Maximum Operating Temperature 155°C
Mounting Type Screw terminals


  1. Wide range of communication protocols for easy integration with existing systems.
  2. Compact and lightweight design for easy installation and maintenance.
  3. Robust and reliable design to withstand harsh industrial conditions.
  4. User-friendly interface for easy configuration and monitoring.
  5. Supports up to 64 IO points for efficient and flexible automation.
  6. Provides a variety of IO options including DI/DO, AI/AO, RTD, Thermocouple, and Frequency inputs.
  7. Operating voltage of 24V DC and low power consumption for energy efficiency.


The Remote IO Panel is suitable for a wide range of industrial automation applications, including but not limited to:

  • Manufacturing and production lines
  • Process control and monitoring
  • Machine automation and control
  • Building automation and control
  • Water treatment and distribution
  • Oil and gas processing
  • Power generation and distribution
  • Food and beverage processing
  • Chemical processing
  • Mining and mineral processing


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