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ARM Series


Controllers are widely used in industrial control systems to adjust or maintain desired outputs of specific processes within a desired range.

Autonics provides a diverse range of highly accurate and reliable controllers for ideal system control.

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Field network devices provide convenient and efficient communcation and networking between various devices in industrial processes.

Useful for Increasing I/O Ports of PC, PLC & LP (Autonics Logic Panel)

Autonics brand new remote I/O - ARM series of Modbus RTU type following up its initial ARD series, DeviceNet remote I/O, allows you better choices.

You can easily increase I/O ports when using PC, PLC and LP series(Autonics Logic Panel), and also save wire cost using ARM when connecting sensors to various controllers as well.

In addition, its e-Con sensor connecting feature also saves a lot of wiring works.

Its space saving compact design is just a bonus.


- Modbus RTU standard protocol.
- Connects with sensor connector, e-CON : saves wiring work (sensor connector, CNE Series, sold separately).
- Compact size: Small size with W26×L76×H54mm to install at narrow space, Available DIN Rail mounting and screw lock mounting method.
- Real-time monitoring by various functions: Communication speed auto-recognition, Network power voltage monitoring, Reading number of expansion units and specifications, Reading model name of basic and expansion units, Monitoring Single byte input/output, Multi byte input/output and status Flag.
- Easy expansion: Available to connect up to 63 basic units per 1 master unit, Available to connect up to 7 expansion units per 1 basic units (controllable input/output for max. 64 points), Combines the desired specifications of input/output by various input/output units, Organizes power and communication system by only communication cable lines.
- High reliability: Built-in surge, short, over-heat, reverse power polarity and static prevention circuits.
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