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WAGO I/O System 750/753

Decentralized peripherals for every application: Boasting more than 500 I/O modules, programmable controllers and fieldbus couplers, WAGO’s remote I/O system offers all the functions required for your automation needs – and for every fieldbus.

The Benefits for You:
  • Fieldbus-independent – compatible with all standard fieldbus protocols and ETHERNET standards
  • A wide variety of I/O modules for virtually any application
  • Also suitable for use in tight spaces thanks to compact dimensions
  • National and international approvals for worldwide use
  • Extensive range of accessories for marking and connection technology
  • Fast, vibration-proof, maintenance-free CAGE CLAMP® connections

Helpful Tip

Helpful Tip – Control Cabinet Manufacturing

Meet your new little helpers for the day-to-day business of control cabinet manufacturing. Explore our helpful tips! How the WAGO I/O System 750 becomes the interface master in your control cabinet is explained by Product Manager Manfred Kühme in our latest video.

The System for Every Application

Boasting more than 500 I/O modules, programmable controllers and fieldbus couplers, WAGO’s I/O System offers all the functions required for your automation needs – and every fieldbus. The remote I/O System is the decentralized peripheral for automation technology. The tool-free wiring is intuitive for worldwide use, and the lever ensures that the contact point is always securely closed. The optional pluggable connection for the 753 Series minimizes both hardware and system expenses.

The Modular, Compact System for Control Cabinets

The WAGO I/O System 750/753 enables you not only to reduce wiring expenses but also prevent unplanned downtimes and associated service costs thanks to superior reliability. The system also offers additional impressive features: Besides the possibility of custom configurations, I/O modules are available with up to 16 channels to maximize the use of valuable control cabinet space. Additionally, WAGO’s 753 Series Pluggable Connectors expedite on-site installation.

Maximum Reliability and Ruggedness

The WAGO I/O System 750/753 is engineered and tested for use in the most demanding environments, such as required in shipbuilding. Besides greatly increased vibration resistance, significantly greater immunity to interference and a wide voltage fluctuation range, CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connections also ensure continuous operation.

Maximum Fieldbus Independence

Fieldbus couplers connect the WAGO I/O System 750/753 to a higher-level control system and support all standard fieldbus protocols and ETHERNET standards. The parts of the I/O system are perfectly attuned to each other for integration into the scalable control solutions of the 750 Series Controllers, PFC100 Controllers and PFC200 Controllers. The e!COCKPIT (CODESYS 3) and WAGO I/O-PRO (based on CODESYS 2) engineering environments are available for configuration, programming, diagnostics and visualization.

Maximum Flexibility

More than 500 different I/O modules with 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 channels for digital and analog input/output signals are available to meet the wide range of requirements found in different industries, including function blocks and technology modules, modules for Ex i applications, RS-232 interfaces for functional safety and much more. Communication modules also make it possible to integrate subsystems and interfaces such as KNX, DALI and AS Interface.

Media Library

In this exciting video, learn everything you need to know about the WAGO I/O System 750 XTR and its applications.

Overview

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Overview

Videos: 1 | Duration: 01:52

New Products

Same Width, More Channels

A new module for pulse width modulation (PWM) offers greater flexibility and allows more applications.

The new 4-channel pulse width modulation module for the WAGO I/O System 750 is only 12 mm wide, but can control up to four channels and switch between five operating modes. That opens up more possible applications – especially for instrument and control engineering users – saves space and reduces costs. The module also offers a current carrying capacity of 0.2 A per channel, which can be increased to 0.4 A through parallel connection, and a switching frequency up to 20 kHz. Flexible switching between operating modes is possible, for instance between a variable duty cycle and variable frequency. That way, the same module can be used for different kinds of PWM control. For example, in heating control, the new PWM module allows precise readjustment instead of just two-point control. As an XTR version for extreme environments (750-677/040-000), the module can also meet more challenging requirements, such as extreme temperature resistance, increased dielectric strength and high vibration and shock resistance.

The Benefits for You:

  • Four channels in a width of only 12 mm (0.472 inch)
  • Current carrying capacity up to 0.2 A per channel; switching frequency up to 20 kHz
  • Adjustable operating modes for a wide variety of applications

Item Numbers: 750-677 and 750-677/040-000 (XTR version)

Available: December 2021

Easy Integration of EnOcean® Sensors and Actuators

New RS-485 Gateway from WAGO

The EnOcean® wireless sensor protocol has established itself as the standard in the building industry, above all because it allows use of battery-free sensors and control elements – for example, in room automation, lighting systems and many other applications. The energy for wireless transmission is usually generated via energy harvesting. WAGO is now launching an EnOcean® gateway that can be connected easily to the WAGO I/O System 750 via a serial interface, with either a serial module of the WAGO I/O System or a controller with an integrated serial interface. The use of standard protocols like Modbus® and ESP-3 simplifies bidirectional communication between the I/O System and the EnOcean® modules. Serial transfer also allows long cable lengths so that the gateway can be installed far from the I/O System. This convenience is especially important when the engineering room that houses the controller and I/O System is located at a distance. The intelligent design also permits mounting in a visible location, such as on a wall or ceiling.

Your Benefits:

  • Easy EnOcean® connection to the WAGO I/O System 750
  • Attractive design for visible wall or ceiling mounting
  • Installation possible at a significant distance from the WAGO I/O System

Item Number: 750-940

Available: in stock

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