ET - 206

Product Description

Control and monitor two thermo inputs and six SPDT relay outputs via any 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection with the ET-206 thermo module. Thermo inputs not only can use K, P type sensor but also can use PT type sensor, while the.SPDT relays provide long-life switch closures well suited to low-current devices. Each SPDT relay has a discrete common and each pair of inputs share a common for easy field wiring via removable 5.5mm terminal blocks.  

The ET-206 receives power via a removable spring-clamp terminal block. The lever-style clamping mechanism requires no tools, which simplifies field installation. The module is powered by your 9-30VDC source.

Ready for DIN rail mounting, the ET-206 includes a removable plastic clip that snaps onto 35mm DIN rail. The clip can also be attached to any flat surface such as a wall or under a counter. Standard operating temperature range of Ethernet modules is 0C to +70C. Status LEDS on the front show power and I/O activity. Additionally, LEDs on the RJ45 connector display Ethernet link and communication activity.


Analog Input Channels 2 (differential)
Input Impedance > 10 MΩ (voltage) 120 Ω (current) ƒ
lnput Type mV, V, mA ƒ lnput Range ±150 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V ±5 V, ±10 V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA ƒ
Accuracy ±0.1% (voltage) ±0.2% (current) ƒ
Span Drift ±25 ppm/°C ƒ
Zero Drift ±6 μV/°C ƒ
Resolution 16-bit ƒ
Sampling Rate 10 sample/ second (total)
Relay Contacts:
Outputs ƒ Channels 6
Contact Form: SPDT (Form C) (Direct access to dry contacts)
Contact Material: Ag (Au clad)
Resistive Load: 10 A @ 30 VDC, 250 VAC, 110 VAC
Pulse Timer Duration: 100ms to 86400 Seconds
Regulatory Compliance: Electromagnetic
Network: 10/100Base-T Ethernet
Protocol Modbus/TCP, TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, DHCP
Power Input 10 - 30 VDC (24 VDC Standard)
Power Consumption 4.5 W @ 24 VDC
Connector Plug-in 3P/12P Screw Terminal Blocks
Enclosure PC
Mounting DIN 35 Rail, Stack, Wall
.NET Class Library (SDK) Windows and Windows CE Class Library, VB and VC# Sample Code for I/O Reading or Configuration and Communication