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Experience unparalleled control with the 1756-OW16I, Allen Bradley’s high-performance Normally Open Isolated Relay Output Module. With 16 points and a sleek 36 pin design, this module delivers reliable results every time. Trust in Allen Bradley for all your automation needs.

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1756-OW16I Allen Bradley IO Modules

Are you looking for a reliable digital I/O module with superior performance? The 1756-OW16I Allen Bradley I/O Module may just be the solution you’re looking for. Offering secure and high-performance communications in both local and remote operations, this is a great choice for industrial automation applications. In this blog post, we’ll explore the features of the 1756-OW16I and why it’s such an advantageous choice for manufacturers. Read on to learn more about this top-of-the-line IO module!

Types of Allen Bradley IO Modules

There are several types of Allen Bradley IO modules. The most common type is the digital input/output module. This module allows for the connection of digital devices, such as sensors and actuators, to the PLC. Other types of modules include analog input/output modules, special purpose modules, and communications modules.

Features of the 1756-OW16I

1756-OW16I is a 16-channel isolated input module that converts dc voltages to logic-level signals for use with Allen Bradley PLCs. It features 16 inputs, each of which can be individually configured for either sinking or sourcing operation. The module also provides LED indicators for each input channel, so you can quickly and easily identify the status of your inputs. Additionally, the 1756-OW16I comes with a built-in watchdog timer that can be used to monitor the health of your input channels.

Specifications of the 1756-OW16I

The Allen Bradley 1756-OW16I is a 16-point input/output module with isolated commons. It has 16 inputs, each with a common that can be individually configured for either sinking or sourcing current. The module also has 16 outputs, each with a common that can be individually configured for either sinking or sourcing current. The module is powered by an external 24V DC power supply.

Installation and Wiring of the 1756-OW16I

The 1756-OW16I module can be installed in either an analog or digital I/O chassis. When installing the module in an analog I/O chassis, special care must be taken to ensure that the module is properly grounded. The 1756-OW16I module should be installed in slot 1 of the analog I/O chassis. The other slots in the analog I/O chassis can be populated with other modules, such as the 1756-IF16 or 1756-OF8.

When installing the 1756-OW16I in a digital I/O chassis, it is important to remember that this module is not compatible with other modules in the same chassis. The 1756-OW16I should be installed in its own dedicated digital I/O chassis. This will ensure that the module operates properly and does not interfere with the operation of other modules in the system.

The wiring of the 1756-OW16I is simple and straightforward. The positive and negative terminals of each channel on the module are clearly labeled. To wire a channel, simply connect one lead to the positive terminal and one lead to the negative terminal. Do not reverse these connections, as this will damage the module. Once all of the channels have been wired, connect the power leads to their respective terminals on the power supply unit. Make sure that all connections are secure and there are no loose wires before applying power to avoid damaging your equipment.

Troubleshooting the 1756-OW16I

If you’re having trouble with your 1756-OW16I IO module, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the issue. First, check the power source and make sure that the module is getting power. Next, check the connections between the module and the device it’s supposed to be controlling. Make sure that all of the wires are securely connected and that there isn’t any corrosion or damage to the wires. Finally, check the software settings on the module to make sure that everything is configured correctly. If you’re still having trouble, contact Allen Bradley for technical support.