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Old November 17th, 2017, 08:47 AM   #1

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Motorola MOSCAD RTU expansion

Hello guys,

I'm working on a water reservoir job and the client wants to extend the existing PLC configuration so he can monitor additional analog values (flow, level) and recieve/provide additional DI/DO.

But, the space is extremely limited. (pic attached)

Is there a way to connect the configuration shown on the attached picture with 3 additional modules (DI, DO, AI) that would be located in a separate cubicle?


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