SIMATIC ET 200iSP
The SIMATIC ET 200iSP distributed I/O system is the economical solution for areas subject to explosion hazards. The intrinsically safe, modular I/O station is particularly flexible and requires minimum engineering, installation and cabling overhead.
Design and Function
The ET 200iSP is comprised of one terminal module for the power supply unit as well as the relevant power supply module in degree of protection EEx d (explosion-proof enclosure), one terminal module for the PROFIBUS interface module with the relevant interface and termination module.Furthermore up to 32 electronics modules can be used in one ET 200iSP station. The electronics modules used are mechanically key coded on first use.
In the areas subject to explosion hazard, PROFIBUS must be managed with intrinsic safety by means of a suitable fieldbus isolating transformer (RS 485IS coupler).
The ET 200iSP is installed in just a few steps: snapping the terminal modules onto the rugged andwell-proven S7-300 standard rail, prewiring without electronics modules with spring-loaded and screw-type terminals, simply plugging in the power supply, interface and electronics modules.
The new AC Power Supply with a voltage range of 85 -264V facilitates a substantially reduction of the power cable’s wire size. This leads to cost reductions for the cable material and simplifies the wiring. Furthermore a transformer for the otherwise needed 24V power supply can be saved. 24V and 230V versions of the power supply are mixable in one ET 200iSP station. Furthermore in fault-tolerant solutions, two power supplies can be configured redundantly.
Individual configuration and flexible expansion thanks to modularity
Module replacement during operation (hot swapping) and Configuration in Run possible
Connection of signals to HART standard without any restrictions in Functionality
Comprehensive diagnostic options simplify commissioning and troubleshooting
Condensation-resistant modules in a temperature range from -20deg to +70deg
Full PROFIBUS and power supply redundancy