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TURCK: Modular I/O System

TURCK announces the BL67 on-machine modular I/O system for industrial Ethernet.
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Designed to provide flexible communication capabilities, the BL67 modular I/O system elevates a variety of I/O signals to common industrial Ethernet networks, including digital inputs, digital outputs, analog I/O and specialty I/O such as serial interfaces and RFID.

Featuring TURCK’s Multiprotocol technology, the BL67 offers an easy-to-deploy industrial Ethernet solution. The BL67 combines three Ethernet protocols EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP and PROFINET® in a single device, yet only allows one Ethernet master to control the outputs while the input and diagnostic data is available to the other protocols.

“The BL67 modular I/O system with Multiprotocol technology employs a unique operating system that provides unprecedented flexibility,” said Matt Boudjouk, Product Manager, TURCK. “Designed to simplify industrial Ethernet for Distributed I/O, this innovative technology offers all the latest feature sets, including quick-connect and DLR support for EtherNet/IP and fast start-up, LLDP, GSDML file configuration for PROFINET and linear topology support for all three supported industrial Ethernet protocols.”

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