• Each series offers a unique signal-contioning solution. Take these links to our optomized pdf catalog pages: The 1781-7B Series* is optimized for use in the process control industry. Features including redundant +24 V dc power, and 1500 V rms isolation facilitate system design. High channel density applications are easily accommodated by the small size of the 7B Series’ module. Flexibility is a keynote of the 7B series. These signal conditioners are the system designer’s drop-in solution for interfacing to real-world signals. The WRC7 Series provides low-cost, low-isolation signal conditioning using the same pin-out and foot-print as the 1781-7B Series. Modules operate from regulated +24Vdc power supplies and provide nominal 60 V isolation. Analog Signal Conditioning Mounting Boards
  • Ribbon cables are used to connect analog and discrete mounting boards to SmartMux, SmartMux-Plus, SmartPMux, 1781-PXBxxx, Data acquisition boards and other devices. Select the cable from the choices below
  • WRC-CANX CAN Bus extenders extend CAN Bus networks such as DeviceNet, SDS, and OpenCAN Part B. CAN-based products limit cable length based upon network data rates, as well as limit the length of drops from T-Junctions. WRC’s Bus Extenders allow a user to extend the cable length without having to sacrifice network speed by providing an isolated extender operating at the network speed to effectively multiply the allowed network cable length.
  • Data acquisition is the process of sampling signals that measure real world physical conditions and converting the resulting samples into digital numeric values that can be manipulated by a computer. Data acquisition systems, abbreviated by the acronyms DAS or DAQ, typically convert analog waveforms into digital values for processing. The components of data acquisition systems include: - Sensors, to convert physical parameters to electrical signals. - Signal conditioning circuitry, to convert sensor signals into a form that can be converted to digital values. - Analog-to-digital converters, to convert conditioned sensor signals to digital values.
  • The W5-JDC4 is a DeviceNet-to-serial link communications gateway that provides a flexible DeviceNet interface to as many as four different channels of ASCII devices. A wide variety of serial ASCII devices can be easily connected as DeviceNet slaves, with independent communications to and set up for each channel.
  • The W5 series of DeviceNet I/O boards provide a very cost effective solution for OEMs needing to distribute their I/O in such applications such as sorting, material handling, conveying and others.
  • Our power accessories are able to be ordered in conjunction with the units or sold separately. Accessories are available in all different varieties shown below.
  • Each series offers a unique signal-conditioning solution. Take these links to our optimized pdf catalog pages. Choosing the right module for your mounting boards is very important. WRC4 Series Discrete I/O expands WRC’s complete line of discrete I/O modules. These modules provide an indication LED and replaceable fuse. They also meet an industry de facto standard pin-out.
  • WRC offers an extensive range of mounting boards for all versions of WRC discrete I/O modules as well as other vendors modules. The general types available include: · 1781 slim series of mounting boards are available for 1, 4, 8 , 16, 24 , and 32 points of I/O and provide the space savings available by the use of the 1781 series of slim modules. • 1781 quad mounting boards are available for 24 or 32 points of quad I/O · WRC4 series of mounting boards provide a selection of 1, 4, 8, 16, and 24 points of I/O in different configurations to meet you application needs. • 1771 series of mounting boards are available to handle the slim, and 0.6” size modules in 8 or 16 point configurations. Choose the logic side connection to meet your application from card-edge connector, 50-conductor header connector, or terminal screws for point to point wiring. Mounting options include the traditional panel mounting swaged stand-off as well as the convenient DIN-Rail mounting. Consult the following table for details showing the options available. Custom DIN-rail mounting board sizes may be available. Consult WRC or your local distributor for details. All units are UL recognized and CE compliant.
  • Devices such as electromechanical circuit breakers and slow blow fuses cannot react quickly enough to protect the SSR in a shorted condition and are not recommended!! Fast blow type fuses may be appropriate for some applications.
  • Our power accessories are able to be ordered in conjunction with the units or sold separately. Accessories are available in all different varieties shown below.
  • The 1781-PSx series of power supplies accept ac main power to supply the necessary regulated dc power to the SmartMux adapters and I/O. Select the power supply appropriate for the SmartMux adapter.
  • Western Reserve Controls introduces W1492 Series Field Termination / Signal Conditioning Family for direct connection to Allen-Bradley PLCs and Logix Controllers Save money and lower installation costs using WRC’s signal conditioning solutions as a front-end to your Allen-Bradley SLC/PLC/Logix I/O.
  • Western Reserve Controls introduces W1492 Series Field Termination / Signal Conditioning Family for direct connection to Allen-Bradley PLCs and Logix Controllers Save money and lower installation costs using WRC’s signal conditioning solutions as a front-end to your Mitsubishi Boards.
  • SmartMux-Lite I/O adapters provide an economical, flexible, convenient, and reliable way to add discrete and analog I/O at your machine location with DeviceNet connections back to your controller. The JDA is a remote industrial I/O device that multiplexes analog data acquisition and control signals in industrial or commercial applications. The 1782-JDA4 is DIN-mounted I/O multiplexers and supports serial communications on a DeviceNet link. The JDB is a remote industrial I/O device that multiplexes discrete data acquisition and control signals in industrial or commercial applications. The 1782-JDB4 and 1782-JDB8 are DIN-mounted I/O multiplexers and support serial communications on a DeviceNet link.