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ET 200S (standard modules) -- Product information -- Technical data
Which modules support the S7 routing function?
Which communication services supported by the CPUs with integrated PROFINET interface and by the WinAC RTX via Industrial Ethernet?
Which PROFIBUS connectors can you use in Zone 1 or 2?
What are the system limits in an F CPU for safe bidirectional data communication using S7 Communication?
Which SIMATIC S7 components and which drives support clock-synchronicity functionality?
ET 200S: Are there special requirements for ET200S when mounted on sheet metal plates?
ET200S: How many motor starters can be allocated to a power module?
ET 200S: How many motor starters can be allocated to a power module?
ET 200S: How many load feeders may be connected?
Calculating the maximum absolute error of the counter module 1Count24V/100kHz (6ES7 138-4DA02-0AB0) when measuring rotational speed
Implementation of SIMATIC modules of the product families S7-300, S7-400, ET 200M, ET 200S ET, 200iSP and TDC in environments with high concentrations of corrosive gas
Which transfer rates does the ET 200S interface module IM151-1 FO support over PROFIBUS DP.
Maximum power load for digital output modules
Minimum distance to the ET 200S front
How do you assign and identify thermocouples?
How long does the input signal have to be present before an analog input module identifies this signal as a process alarm?
ET 200S: Are there special requirements for ET200S when mounted on sheet metal plates?
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Request : Are there special requirements for ET 200S when
   mounted on sheet metal plates?
   May standard mounting plates and DIN rails (mounting rails) be used? Are 
   yellow passivated sheet metal plates permitted?

Suggestion : There is no special requirements regarding surface or 
   material of mounting plates and DIN rails. Our factory does not use yellow 
   passivated steel plates anymore due to hazardous substances beeing emitted 
   during passivation process. 
   The only requirement for the mounting rail is a fixing screw at every 200 mm 
   for stability reasons.
                                                                                
 Entry ID:4754295   Date:2000-02-19 
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