PMM - Power Meter Monitor


Connects digital input to digital outputs

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  • Direct input-to-output signal communication over IP
  • High-speed peer-to-peer I/O within 20 ms
  • One physical alarm port for connectivity status
  • Utility for quick and easy web-based settings
  • Local alarm channel
  • Remote alarm message
  • Supports Modbus TCP for remote monitoring
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PMM1008 is a cable-replacement solution that connects digital input signals to digital outputs over an IP network. It is equipped with 12 digital inputs, 12 digital outputs, and a 10/100Mbps Ethernet interface.

A pair of PMM1008 servers can connect remote sensor signals to a PLC controller, DCS systems, or a display device over Ethernet, eliminating the need to install additional signal wires. Up to 12 digital input signals can be connected from one PMM1008 to another with only 20 ms signal latency over a local area network.With the PMM1008, remote sensors can be connected to local controllers or display panels over copper, fiber, or wireless Ethernet infrastructures, and signals can be transmitted over virtually unlimited distances, without noise problems.

  • Split Sensor Signals to 24 Different Locations
  • The PMM1008 Series can split one input signal to two digital output channels at two different IP addresses. Eight tank level signals can be monitored at 16 different display panels, all at the same time.

  • Local Alarm and Remote Alarm Messages for Monitoring Connectivity
  • The PMM1008 Series has a 24 VDC alarm output channel that can activate an attached buzzer or LED display when the connection fails. In addition, both PMM1008 modules can send messages to the ioEventLog software, ensuring that at least one of the warning messages will reach the ioEventLog software.

  • High speed mirroring of digital I/O signals over Ethernet
  • The PMM1008 E3210 transmits digital I/O signals over Ethernet at very high speeds, with less than 20 ms latency in a local area 100Mbps network. The extremely low latency makes PMM1008 E3210 an excellent choice for transmitting low and middle-speed signals, such as liquid level or optical sensor input.

  • Easiest setup for digital output signals driven by remote input
  • The PMM1008Admin utility for Windows makes it easy to configure input-to-output mapping, both locally and remotely. Basic Configuration is provided for module -to-module mapping. Advanced Configuration is provided for more flexible channel-to-channel mapping, and allows one digital input signal to be mapped to multiple digital outputs. Remote configuration can also be completed using a web browser interface.

  • Designed to use existing Ethernet infrastructure, saving time and wiring cost
  • With a high speed Ethernet infrastructure already in place, there is no longer any reason to go through the expense and effort of laying down additional I/O wiring. Modern Ethernet, fiber optic lines, or WLAN can provide high speed connectivity, with general input/output signals carried by a pair of PMM1008 I/O servers. Wiring plans are now easier than ever.

  • No programming, and no separate PLC or PC controller
  • A separate PLC or PC controller is not required for PMM1008 operation. No ladder or C programming is required, either. All configuration can be done through PMM1008Admin or through the web console.

  • Local sensor signals duplicated to up to sixteen locations
  • Each digital input signal can be mapped to two IP destinations. For example, you may monitor the eight tank level signals by up to sixteen display panels at the same time.

  • Easy and flexible installation
  • The Windows utility for installation and configuration is easy to use. For basic module-to-module configuration, you may simply assign the destination IP address for mapping. For advanced configuration, you can easily specify the mapping destination for each channel.

  • Easy troubleshooting tools
  • PMM1008 connections are easily monitored and managed. There are many tools and features that can alert you to a problem or show you the status of a connection.

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