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2300 - Series I/O Remote Station

2300 Remote Station by Intech Instruments

The Micro 2300 series by Intech Instruments is a system of modular I/O Remote Stations, that add an even lower cost option to Intech’s already extensive intelligent I/O Remote Station family. They connect automatically to the Intech MicroScan V5 logging plus SCADA software package.

The 2300 series I/O stations are made up of stand-alone Digital and Analogue—Input/Output stations. Communications between the computer running MicroScan V5 and the 2300 series stations is RS485 (1 pair cable) multi drop as standard with an option for TCP.

A 32bit ARM CPU is used in the 2300 series stations to provide high speed data processing and fast communications turn around times. All 2300 series stations have been equipped with status led’s which are used to indicate the status of the Inputs or Outputs. This visual indication assists with fault finding and diagnostics.

All the I/O stations clip directly onto an industry standard DIN rail. All stations have a minimum isolation of 1000Vac rms between the field and logic.


Features of the Intech 2300 Remote Stations

  • Mixture of input and output types
  • 2 RTD, 2 AI, 1 AO, 4 DI, 2 DO
  • Modbus RTU, RS485
  • Easy Programming Via MicroScan Maps
  • Plug-in Connectors Makes Replacement Easy
  • Station ID Number set via Dip switches
  • Programming Information Retained on Power Down
  • 24Vdc Power Supply
  • Easy to Install
  • Compact DIN Rail Mount Enclosure

Specifications for the 2300 

Operating Temperature -10 ~ 50°c
Storage Temperature -40 ~ 85°c
Operating Humidity  Up to 95% non condensing
Housing Dimensions 97.5mm x 22.6mm x 109mm
Housing Mounting 35mm Symmetrical Mounting Rail


For more specification refer to the Installation Guide in the download section

2300 Models available

 Intech 2300 Models

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DOWNLOAD PDF for the Intech 2300 Remote Station Installation Guide