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WAGO Updates Marine Filter Modules

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Posted by Michelle Howard

WAGO has updated its filter modules to include built-in ground fault diagnostics. The 750-624/020-002 and 750-626/020-002 are able to monitor both the +24 VDC and 0 VDC supply connections for impedance to ground.

The filter modules are perfect for marine applications. Engineers will design in a ground fault test device to detect error resistance to Earth in marine applications. The built-in ground fault detection means there is no need for an external device for ground fault detection after a 24 VDC power supply.

These multi-purpose modules will help reduce system costs and commissioning time. More benefits of the filter modules include:

  • Ground fault detection with built-in WAGO I/O node
  • Monitor ground faults over existing fieldbuses
  • Compact footprint

WAGO's filter modules with ground fault diagnostics are available now.


Nov 8, 2019

 

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