SD-B Series, Interface Modules

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15307.2
INTERFACE MODULE
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
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-20°C ~ 50°C
14-28 AWG
1.850" (47.00mm)
SD-B
Terminal Blocks - Spring Connection
D-Sub, Female
Jackscrew Socket
37
125VAC/DC
1.5 A
4.213" (107.01mm)
15303.2
INTERFACE MODULE
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Quantity
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
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-20°C ~ 50°C
14-28 AWG
1.850" (47.00mm)
SD-B
Terminal Blocks - Spring Connection
D-Sub, Female
Jackscrew Socket
25
125VAC/DC
1.5 A
3.071" (78.00mm)

About  Interface Modules

Terminal block interface modules play a crucial role in facilitating the connection between I/O cards and equipment in industrial applications. They provide a reliable and organized solution for establishing communication and transmitting signals within a system. These modules are typically composed of a control and process connector or terminal block, which serves as the central hub for connecting the various wires and cables. Additionally, they often integrate other devices such as circuit breakers, fuses, LEDs, and more onto a single circuit board that can be mounted on a rail. The connection types offered by terminal block interface modules are diverse and versatile. Some common examples include D-sub connectors, RJ45 connectors, rectangular connectors, card edge connectors, and many others. These connection options are designed to cater to different wiring requirements and ensure compatibility with a wide range of equipment and devices. By incorporating additional devices, such as circuit breakers or fuses, these modules provide enhanced functionality and protection. For example, circuit breakers can help safeguard against overloads or short circuits, while fuses can protect against excessive currents. LEDs integrated into the module can provide visual feedback or status indication, aiding in diagnostics and troubleshooting. Terminal block interface modules are widely used in industrial applications across various sectors, including manufacturing, automation, process control, transportation, and energy. Their robust construction, diverse connection options, and integrated functionality make them essential components for establishing secure and efficient connections between I/O cards and equipment. In summary, terminal block interface modules are vital devices used in industrial applications to connect I/O cards and equipment. They feature a control and process connector or terminal block, along with additional integrated devices like circuit breakers, fuses, and LEDs. With their diverse connection options and integrated functionalities, these modules ensure reliable communication and provide necessary protection in industrial systems.