MIGRATE TO ANOTHER PLC OR CONTROL SYSTEM ® S908 Protocol (Not Modbus). ® (12mb) Interface. ® and Quantum Automation Series® are trademarks of Schneider Automation, Inc. PCT is not affiliated with Schneider Electric. visit our web site at www. Pct-inc.com bulletin PL-3.2(0802) � MODICON® I/O HIGH SPEED GATEWAY ® Quantum® and Series 800 I/O to another PLC or Control System. The PROFILINK.908 converts the high-speed (1.54Mbps) Modicon S908 remote I/O packets to a high-speed (12Mbps) Profibus DP protocol to communicate with the PLC or Control System. (No MODBUS, No MODBUS+). For local I/O, the processor is replaced with a remote I/O drop card to add S908 functionality. ®. Often it is configured redundantly. The PROFILINK.908 can migrate that I/O while retaining redundancy and I/O diagnostics. ®, and Quantum Automation Series® are trademarks of Schneider Automation, Inc.; D/3 DCS® is a trademark of Nova Tech Process Solutions, LLC; Other control systems are trademarks of their manufacturers. PCT is not affiliated with Schneider Electric or NPS. For more information call PCT or visit our web site at http://www.pct-inc.com visit our web site at www. Pct-inc.com

Migrate Your MODICON® I/O to a New Control System!

The PCT PROFILINK.908 is an engineered solution for users of the Modicon® Quantum® or Series 800 I/O to migrate to an Open Control System without the expense of replacing the existing I/O and field wiring.  The PROFILINK.908 converts the S908 protocol signal from the Modicon® I/O to a standard Profibus DP signal.  The PROFILINK.908 is then connected to the control system of your choice that supports Profibus DP.  If added reliability is required a Redundant and Fault Tolerant solution is available.


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