140DDI35300 - Digital input module - SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
This SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC digital input module, reference 140DDI35300, is part of the MODICON QUANTUM range.
140DDI35300 : 32 inputs - 24Vdc - 330mA
This 140DDI35300 digital input module is available as standard supply or exchange to replace your defective equipment and has a warranty.
The Modicon Quantum system is a special-purpose computing system with digital processing capabilities. Modicon Quantum is designed for real time control in industrial and manufacturing applications in a modular, expandable architecture employing the following modules.
- Power Supply Module
- I/O Network Interface
- Intelligent/Special Purpose I/O Simulator (XSM)
- CableFast Cabling
This section provides information on configuration of 16-, 24-, 32-, and 96-point input
16-Point Input Modules
The 16-point input modules are:
- 140DAI34000 (AC Input 24 Vac 16x1)
- 140DAI44000 (AC Input 48 Vac 16x1)
- 140DAI54000 (AC Input 115 Vac 16x1)
- 140DAI54300 (AC Input 115 Vac 8x2)
- 140DAI74000 (AC Input 230 Vac 16x1)
- 140DDI84100 (DC Input 10 ... 60 Vdc 8x2 Sink)
There is only one 24-point input module :
- 140 DDI 673 00 (DC Input 125 VDC 3x8 Sink).
The 32-point input modules are as follows:
- 140DAI35300 (AC Input 24 Vac 4x8)
- 140DAI45300 (AC Input 48 Vac 4x8)
- 140DAI55300 (AC Input 115 Vac 4x8)
- 140DAI75300 (AC Input 230 Vac 4x8)
- 140DDI15310 (DC Input 5 V 4x8 Source)
- 140DDI35300 (DC Input 24 Vdc 4x8 Sink)
- 140DDI35310 (DC Input 24 Vdc 4x8 Source)
- 140DDI85300 (DC Input 10 ... 60 Vdc 4x8 Sink)
96-Point Input modules
The following is the only 96 point input module:
- 140DDI36400 - DC input 6 x 16 sink
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)