The Pamux B6 is an addressable analog brain board that can control up to 16 input and output points in distributed I/O applications. The B6 is designed for use with Opto 22 mounting racks, including the PB4AH (four points of analog I/O), PB8AH (eight points), and PB16AH (16 points). Up to 32 B6 brain boards may be linked on a single Pamux bus to control up to 512 points of analog I/O. The host computer transfers data along the Pamux bus by reading from or writing to the dual-port RAM. For the last brain board on a Pamux bus, one of these connectors holds the terminator board. Three I/O mounting racks are available for the Pamux B6 brain board: PB4AH-4 channels of single-point standard analog I/O, PB8AH-8 channels of single-point standard analog I/O, PB16AH-16 channels of single-point standard analog I/O.
IEC 950: 1991-09