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TURCK announces NIC Contactless Inductive Coupler

TURCK announces NIC Contactless Inductive Coupler

July 24, 2014 - TURCK announces NIC Contactless Inductive Coupler for data and energy transmission in high-stress and wear-intensive applications. The NIC series solves issues in the following applications.

Solution #1: Two PNP switching signals
Up to two PNP switching signals can be transmitted via the secondary part NICS-M30-IOL2P8-0,3-RKC4.4T – either from power clamp sets or from two different sensors that are connected via a VB2-splitter.

Solution #2: One IO-Link device
If the primary part NICP-M30-IOL2P8X-H1141 (left) is connected to an IO-Link master, data from measuring IO-Link sensors can be transmitted bidirectionally. A user can also connect IO-Link-capable actuators such as tower lights or the TBIL-M1-16DIP I/O hub with 16 digital PNP inputs.

Solution #3: Eight PNP switching signals
The primary part NICP-M30-8P8-0.3-RSC12T works as an IO-Link master, allowing up to eight switching signals to be processed via the I/O hub TBIL-M1-16DIP. The entire IO-Link communication is handled internally, requiring no configuration for the user.

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