6ES5464-8MB11 - Analog Input Module - SIEMENS
This SIEMENS 6ES5464-8MB11 reference module is part of the SIMATIC S5 range. S5-100U.
SIMATIC S5, Analog input 464 Isolated for S5-90U/-95U/-100U, ET 100U, ET 200U 4 inputs +-1V
This 6ES5464-8MB11 analog output module is available as a supply to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
The analog input modules convert the analog signals from the process into digital values which can be pro cessed by the programmable controller.
Modules with 4, 8 or 16 inputs are available. The modules each require one slot.
The signal leads must be connected with front connectors. They can be labelled in the field on the front panel.
Measuring range modules required for signal con ditioning are plugged into the module. Each module sets the measuring range for a group of 4 channels (inputs).
The 460 7 and 463 4 modules are reaction free, the 463 4 module is also suitable for failsafe operation.
Functions such as wire break signalling, line frequency or measuring range are set us ing switches at the rear of the module.
The analog input modules have different methods of op eration. The 460 7, 465 7 and 463 4 modules work on an in tegrating measuring principle, whereas the 466 3 analog input module uses instantaneous value encod ing. Analog digital conversion is performed in the 460 7 and 465 7 modules by voltage time conversion and in the 463 4 by voltage frequency conversion. The 466 3 module employs successive approximation and has the shortest encoding time.
All modules indicate over range errors. The 460 7 and 465 7 can also detect wire breakage in the sensor line for the Pt 100 (user configurable).
All modules have a high degree of noise suppression.
All the analog input modules of the S5 135U/ 155U pro grammable controllers can be used in the S5 115U with adapter casings.
An adapter casing is required for the 463 4 and 466 3 analog input modules.
The 463 4 module must not be operated in the third cen trally connected ER 701 3 subrack for S5 115F.
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