Output and control peripherals enable you to add channels to control other devices, such as activating external devices and increasing the number of digital output or digital input channels of a data logger. Some of these peripherals have built-in relays to control external devices, and other peripherals may require connected relays depending on what you want to control.
With an SDM-CD8S, your data logger can control dc devices that have a moderate current load, such as solenoids, solenoid valves, dc motors, stepper motors, lights, horns, heaters, and fans. The S...read more
With an SDM-CD16S, your data logger can control dc devices that have a relatively high-powered load, such as solenoids, solenoid valves, dc motors, stepper motors, lights, horns, heaters, and fan...read more
The SDM-CVO4 is attached to a data logger and outputs variable voltage or current signals under data logger program control. Typical applications include driving remote current-loop display units, ret...read more
The SDM-AO4A includes four independent, continuous, analog outputs (CAO), which are used for proportional control or driving strip charts. Measured or processed values in the data logger are scaled to...read more
The LR4 relay module is useful in situations where the power is unreliable or where power needs to be conserved, because it does not need electricity to keep the relay closed. The state of the relay c...read more