IO-Link Sensor Transmitter Eyes Automation & Control Apps

IO-Link Sensor Transmitter Eyes Automation & Control Apps
Texas Instruments Inc.

The IO-Link Sensor Transmitter is a point-to-point protocol standardized as IEC 611131-9 for industrial automation and control applications. The protocol consists of physical, communications, data-link and application layers. The transmitter's modular design enables users to detach sections of the circuit board to connect RTDs or a digital sensor. Features include IO-Link v1.1 connectivity out of the box, and interface for analog or digital sensors, and designs to meet IEC 61000-4-2/4/5 and IEC 60255-5. For more details, visit http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDA-00188?DCMP=tidesigns-gma-tida00188-en&HQS=tidesigns-gma-tida00188-em-en&sp_rid_pod4=Nzk3MTg1OTQ3NTES1&sp_mid_pod4=46740779&spMailingID=46740779&spUserID=Nzk3MTg1OTQ3NTES1&spJobID=501953690&spReportId=NTAxOTUzNjkwS0

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