Wireless Multi-I/O Module

Ultimate Wireless I/O Solution with Modbus Master Function.

  • 4x analog inputs (24-bit ADC)
  • Independently selectable inputs for 0-10 V or 4-20 mA mode
  • 4x programmable digital I/O
  • Modbus master function (RS485)
  • 9-30 VDC external power input
  • Class I, Division 2 (Zone 2)
  • -40 ˚C to 80 ˚C / -40 ˚F to 176 ˚F
  • 900 MHz: Up to 40 miles (64.4 km)
  • 2.4 GHz: Up to 5.7 miles (9.2 km)
  • Secure AES encryption
  • Antenna sold separately

NO TRENCHING, FAST DEPLOYMENT

The OleumTech® Wireless Multi-I/O Module is designed to solve various input and output signal challenges without trenching or running conduit and wiring for fast commissioning. This Module provides a quick and scalable solution for expanding digital I/O points in any OTC Sensor Network.

ANALOG INPUTS

This Multi-I/O Module is equipped with four high resolution analog inputs (24-bit ADC). Each input can be independently selected for either 0-10 V or 4-20 mA mode of operation.

DIGITAL I/O

This wireless end node also packs four digital channels that can be programmed independently as inputs or outputs. Each channels can be setup as input, counter, output, or pulsed output.

CLASS I, DIVISION 2 (ZONE 2)

The Wireless Digital I/O Module is certified for use in Class I, Division 2 (Zone 2) hazardous locations and accepts 9-30 VDC external power. Its compact, small footprint form factor easily fits inside a NEMA enclosure.

MODBUS MASTER

On top of the onboard I/O features, the Multi-I/O Module can be configured as a Modbus Master with read and write capabilities through its RS485 Serial port.

BreeZ® SOFTWARE

The Wireless Multi-I/O Module is configured using BreeZ Software by OleumTech, provided free of charge.

COMMUNICATES WITH WIRELESS GATEWAY

The Wireless Multi-I/O Module communicates with an OleumTech Wireless Gateway within its network, creating a highly scalable network, accommodating virtually any I/O requirement.

ROBUST RANGE, ADVANCED NETWORKING

With the provided robust RF range, the Wireless Digital I/O Module can rescue stranded I/O points that were once economically not feasible. These I/O Modules can be added to the network as needed and their I/O points can to be mapped to anywhere within the OTC Network creating an efficient, highly advanced system that is yet easy to create and manage.