I/O modules via CanBus allow building of a remotely controlled system for the exchange of digital data using a screened single-pair cable. This decreases the amount of cabling needed and the operating costs, without penalizing system performance.
SU modules’ compatibility with the CANOpen fieldbus enables them to be connected to other modules and systems compliant with the same standard, which are easily found on the market. The CANOpen module is small and quickly attached: it can be placed on the machine and connected to the electrical control panel with a single cable.
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