Bus Coupler

May 25, 2006
The BK7150 Bus Coupler connects CC-Link networks with the company's entire I/O system.

The BK7150 connects CC-Link networks with the company's entire I/O system. CC-Link is an open 10-Mbaud fieldbus system with transfer speeds that can be adapted to process requirements. The couplers are compatible with DeviceNet, Profibus, Ethernet, TCP/IP, Sercos, ControlNet, CANopen, and Lightbus. The link node consists of a bus coupler, up to 64 I/O terminals, and one bus-end terminal.

Beckhoff Automation LLC, 12150 Nicollet Ave. S, Burnsville, MN 55337, (952) 890-0000, beckhoffautomation.com

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