MITSUBISHI MELSEC FX2NC CNV IF PLC Module
FX2NC CNV IF :
Mitsubishi FX2NC CNV IF Fx2n Special Function Module Adaptor For Fx2 NC And Fx3uc Cpus. Extension blocks and special functions blocks of FX2N and FX0N is connected by this adapter. To connect the FX2NC series main unit to the FX0N or FX2N series extension blocks, be sure to connect the Special Function Module Adaptor connector conversion adapter first. Following the adapter, you can connect up to 4 blocks. In addition, one special adapter can be connected to the left side of the base unit.
To connect extension blocks next to the FSpecial Function Module Adaptor block, use the FX0N-30EC or FX0N- 65EC extension cable. Note that only one extension cable can be used for one system. In addition, to connect extension blocks, use the FX2N-CNV-BC connector conversion adapter
The FX2NC-CNV-IF interface converter allows the FX3GC and FX3UC main units to connect with the standard FX0N/FX2N/FX3U right side extension bus.
- Weight (kg): 0.3
- Part Number: FX2NCCNVIF
- Height (mm): 90
- Width (mm): 55
- Depth (mm): 87
- Brand: Mitsubishi
- Manufacturer Series:FX2NC
- Manufacturer Range: FX Series
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