Cost-Effective and Versatile: The ECO ETHERNET Controller
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|26 Aug 2013|
Wide-ranging portfolio: With the new ECO model, WAGO has the right controller for every ETHERNET application.
WAGO's 750-852 ETHERNET Controller is ideal for smaller control applications requiring less program and data storage capacity. Versatile, it supports applications ranging from fault data determination (process industry) to single-room control (building automation). The PLC is only available as ECO model and therefore not equipped with a supply module. Power supply is provided via connector integrated into the outer housing. This not only saves space on the DIN rail, but further reduces purchasing costs.
The 750-852 ECO Controller is programmable in the familiar CODESYS environment based on IEC 61131. Furthermore, both configuration and diagnostics can be performed via Internet and intranet access to the integrated Web server. The new controller features two ETHERNET interfaces and an integrated switch, simplifying fieldbus wiring in a line topology. An address switch configures the last byte of the IP address and may be used for IP address assignment. The ECO ETHERNET Controller meets highest demands for electromagnetic compatibility and supports DHCP, DNS, SNTP, FTP, HTTP as well as Modbus TCP/UDP and Ethernet/IP protocols for communication with higher-level systems.
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
The fieldbus-independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 is approved for a wide variety of applications. Featuring finely modular components, the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM meets all the requirements for distributed fieldbus systems. Depending on the application, it is possible to choose between fieldbus couplers and controllers (PLC) for different protocols. With 400+ digital, analog and specialty I/O modules, the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 offers scalable performance and high integration density with an unbeatable price/performance ratio.
ECO model without supply module: WAGO's ETHERNET Controller (750-852) is a cost-effective alternative for smaller control applications requiring less program and data storage capacity.