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WAGO’s New IO-Link Converter

June 18, 2024

WAGO's New IO-Link Converter

WAGO’s new IO-Link Converter is a 4-20 mA analog input with a digital display incorporating analog signals into a digital communication network for sensors and actuators from the field into an IO-Link-capable system.


Decentralized display, preprocessing and conversion of analog signals

Use as an IO-Link device:

The device has an IO-Link communication interface that requires an IO-Link-capable module (IO-Link master) for interoperation.

The IO-Link interface allows direct access to the process and diagnostic data and enables setting of the device parameters during operation.

Use as a stand-alone device without IO-Link:

The device compares the measured current value with the set parameters and switches the output according to the selected function.

This mode is without IO-Link functionality. Parameterization is performed either via the push ring or with the WAGO IO-Link Configurator.

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WAGO’s new IO-Link Converter

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