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Base module overview

 

Module Structure

PD 600 series DPIs and I/O devices are made up of two parts the Terminal Base Module and the Electronics Module.

 

Electronics and Base Combinations

When forming clusters of 600 series modules, it needs to be ensured that the base module used matches the electronics module, in terms of the input and output terminals required. Whilst connectors between electronics and base modules are keyed to prevent incorrect combinations, it should be understood that certain electronics units can be plugged into more than one base module type, in order to provide a variation in input/output connections. For example, a PD 601 DPI electronics unit can use a BM 003 or BM 011 base module, depending whether RJ45 or screw connections are required. Another example involves a PD 620 Digital I/O electronics module, where when combined with a BM 001 base provides 4 input or output terminals, but if combined with a BM 008 base, provides four relay output connections.

 


The table views below, define possible combinations and resultant connections. Since electronics and base modules have individual part numbers, the user should be aware of the connection requirement at time of order.

 

DPI and Communication

 

BM 002

BM 003

BM 010

BM 011

BM 012

BM 016

PD 600
DPI with
RS 485

Interface

RS485 P-NET
Screw Terminals

 

RS485 P-NET

Screw

Terminals

 

 

 

PD 601
DPI with
RS 232

Interface

 

RS 232 Interface
RJ45

 

RS 232

Screw Terminals

 

 

PD 602
DPI with
LAN Interface

 

 

 

 

 

LAN Interface
RJ45

PD 660
Simple P-NET Interface

RS485 P-NET
Screw Terminals

 

 

 

 

 

PD 661
Simple P-NET

Interface

 

 

RS485 P-NET
Screw Terminals, Term. Circuit

 

RS485 4-wire

P-NET

Screw Terminals

 

PD 662
Redundant
P-NET Interface

 

 

2 x

RS485 P‑NET
Screw Terminals, Term. Circuit

 

 

 

PD 663

Simple P-NET

Interface Triple Speed

 

 

RS 485 P-NET
Screw Terminals, Term. Circuit

 

 

 

PD 664

P-NET GPRS Interface

 

 

RS 485 P-NET
Screw Terminals, Term. Circuit

 

 

 

 

Digital Interface Modules

 

BM 004

BM 005

BM 006

BM 008

BM 009

BM 014

PD 620
4-Channel
Digital I/O (Sink w.pullup)

 

 

 

4 * Relay Out
Screw Terminals

 

4 * Digital I/O
Screw Terminals

PD 621
6-Channel
Digital I/O (Sink w. pullup)

4 * Input
2 * Relay Out
Screw Terminals

6 * Input
Screw Terminals

6 * Output
Screw Terminals

 

 

 

PD 622
6-Channel
Digital In (w. pullup)

 

6 * Input
Screw Terminals

 

 

 

 

PD 625
Valve Control Unit (Danfoss only)

 

 

 

 

2 * Digital In or 1 * Analog In

2 * Relay Out Screw Terminals

 

 

Motor Controller Modules

 

BM 005

PD 626

Stepper Motor

Controller and

Driver

Stepper Motor

2 * Digital Inputs

Screw

Terminals

 

 

Analogue Interface Modules

 

BM 013

BM 014

PD 640

4-ch. I/O

0/4-20 mA

 

4 * Current I/O

Screw Terminals

PD 641

3-ch. In

Pt100/Pt1000

3 * Pt100/

Pt1000

Screw Terminals

 

PD 642

4-ch. In

Voltage

0-100 mV /

Thermocouple

 

4 * Voltage In

0 - 100 mV /

Thermocouple

Screw Terminals

PD 643

3-ch. In

Pt100/Pt1000

Voltage

0-100 mV /

Thermocouple

1 * Pt100/

Pt1000/ Voltage In

0 - 100 mV /

Thermocouple

2 * Voltage In

0 - 100 mV /

Thermocouple

Screw Terminals

 

 

 

User defined labels for I/O marking

For marking the individual I/Os clearly, a user defined self-adhesive label can be placed on each Base Module. A Word template for printing such labels is available from the download page (use with label sheets part no. 608408).

 

Related topics

Ordering information

Wiring diagrams

Mounting Modules and Forming Clusters