A wide range of modules can be used to expand the system centrally or to create decentralised structures according to the task at hand, and facilitates a cost-effective stock of spare parts.
SIMATIC S7-300 is within Totally Integrated Automation the most sold Controller
The product range comprises 7 standard CPUs, 7 compact CPUs, 5 fail-safe CPUs and 3 technology CPUs
The CPUs are available from a width of only 40 mm
The S7-300's range of CPUs provides the right solution for every application, and customers only pay for the performance actually required for a specific task
The S7-300 can be set up in a modular configuration without the need for slot rules for I/O modules
Integral PROFINET interfaces enable simple networking of the controllers, and simple data exchange with the operations management level
The narrow module width results in a compact controller design or a small control cabinet.
The ability to integrate powerful CPUs with Industrial Ethernet/PROFINET interface, integrated technological functions, or fail-safe designs makes additional investments unnecessary.
The S7-300 enables space-saving and modular configurations. In addition to the modules, only a DIN rail is required for hooking in the modules and screwing them into place.
Signal modules are the interface of the SIMATIC S7-300 to the process. The multi-facetted module range of S7-300 allows modular customisation to suit the most varied tasks.
SIEMENS S7-300 Pricelist
SM321 32x DI 24V DC
SM322 32x DQ 24V DC/0.5A
INPUT MODULE S7300 ANALOG 8POINT 13BIT 40PIN
INPUT MODULE 16POINT 24VDC DIGITAL
OUTPUT MODULE 0.5AMP 20POLE 24VDC
TERMINAL BLOCK FOR PLC 40PIN 32POINT
TERMINAL BLOCK 16POINT
RAIL DIN MOUNTING S7300 830MM
Notes for sales:
All the items are genuine, new and in factory sealed packaging (unless otherwise stated)
Warranty: 1 Year (Please retain the original packaging)
Prices in AUD, exclude GST and shipping costs
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