TSX3708056DR1 - PLC - SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
Schneider Electric PLC / Telemecanique reference TSX3708056DR1. Modicon PLC Micro.
TSX 3705 Alternating Current 16 24 VDC inputs, 12 relay outputs
This Schneider TSX3708056DR1 is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a warranty adapted to your needs.
PLC SCHNEIDER reconditioned and tested under full load (duration test) on TSX Micro Modicon bench.
The available location can accommodate:
- 1 discrete I / O module in standard format of any type.
- 2 half-format modules of discrete I / O type, safety, analogue I / O and counting.
The range of TSX 37 PLCs consists of several types of PLCs, in order to best meet your needs.
This range includes compact and modular controllers.
Both compact and modular controllers integrate one or two discrete I / O modules according to the type:
The TSX 37-05 PLC, integrates a 28-input / output module (16E + 12S) in the first slot and has two half-slots available for receiving either a standard-format module or two half-modules - format.
Its maximum input / output capacity is 92 digital I / O, with a 64 discrete I / O module in the available slot with connection via HE10 connector.
All digital modules can be installed in any available position of the TSX 37 PLCs. In order to adapt to your needs, two module formats are available for digital inputs / outputs:
- the standard format that occupies a location (2 positions),
- the half format that occupies only one position.
All other modules (analog, counting, ...) are half-format modules.
A mini-extension tray, which can be connected directly to the PLC base, makes it possible to extend the number of available slots and thus increase the number of usable modules.
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC is a French industrial group with international dimension, which manufactures and offers electricity management products, automation and solutions adapted to these trades.
Having consolidated its financial base thanks to the arrival of new shareholders and the simplification of its structures, Schneider began its redeployment at the end of the 1980s. Having joined Merin Gerin in the group (1986), the general management embarked on a acquisition strategy, marked by the integration of important companies that will become the core of the current group:
Square D (1991)
Merlin Gerin (1992)