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I/O blocks

Efficient transport of signals

I/O blocks

I/O blocks from Balluff connect discrete and analog I/O sensors and actuators to the control level via a fieldbus or network. The number of lines is substantially reduced by the use of the blocks.

I/O blocks offer additional functions for signal preprocessing and expanded diagnostic options. Different designs and connection techniques enable solutions for a wide variety of applications, even under the most extreme environmental conditions.

Key benefits

  • Simple to install
  • Efficient configuration
  • Continuous diagnostics
  • Individual solutions through a variety of designs and connection techniques
  • Suitable for use under extreme environmental conditions

IO-Link sensor/actuator hubs

  • Metal and plastic housings
  • Robust housing
  • High-performance inputs and outputs
  • Extended temperature range
  • Many versions: M8 or M12 connection, 3-pin, 4-pin and analog, with 8 or 16 standard inputs
  • Protection class IP67
  • IP20 sensor/actuator hubs for installation in control cabinets, with screw terminals

IO-Link valve interface

  • Direct plug-in to the valve terminal
  • Compact adapter housing for minimal space requirement
  • Compatible with pin assignments of various valve terminals
  • Optimized wiring by connection at the control level using standard 3-/4-wire sensor cable
  • Controls up to 24 solenoids

Universal IO-Link interfaces

  • Compact adapter housing for direct connection to different devices via IO-Link
  • Universal, fieldbus-neutral
  • Linking to the control level using standard sensor cable
  • Variants available with 8 or 16 input/output signals
  • No cumbersome multiple cabling
  • Saves space, time and money through the lean cabling concept