SNAP-ODC-32-SNK-FM
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SNAP-ODC-32-SNK-FM

Availability: Obsolete
OBSOLETE SNAP 32-channel Digital (Discrete) Output Module, 5-60 VDC Load Sinking

Production Specification

*** NOTE: This part is OBSOLETE and no longer available when current stock is depleted. ***
Please consider SNAP-ODC-32-SNK ‚Äčor contact Opto 22 Pre-Sales engineers for more information.


The SNAP-ODC-32-SNK-FM digital output module (load sinking) provides 32 digital output channels in one compact SNAP module. This module is ideal for OEMs and others with applications with high point counts, or for those requiring a large number of digital output channels on one SNAP I/O rack. The high-density configuration reduces per-point costs of digital I/O systems by providing up to eight times as many I/O channels in the same space.

If you're unsure whether you need a sinking or sourcing module, see the sinking/sourcing demo or watch the brief Sinking vs. Sourcing video.

Part of the SNAP PAC System, the module mounts on a SNAP PAC rack with a SNAP PAC brain or rack-mounted controller. Analog, digital, and serial I/O modules can all be on the same rack. Such an I/O unit is also well suited for PC-based control or for use as intelligent remote I/O for an Allen-Bradley Logix PLC system, such as ControlLogix, MicroLogix, or CompactLogix.

For easy field wiring, use the SNAP-ODC-HDB-FM breakout rack and the SNAP-HD-BF6 header cable. A wiring harness with flying leads (SNAP-HD-CBF6) is also available.

Reference Charts: Build your system in the SNAP I/O Configurator.

 

SNAP-ODC-32-SRC-FM [Obsolete]

SNAP-ODC-32-SNK-FM [Obsolete]

Switching Voltage

5–60 VDC

5–60 VDC

Nominal Switching Voltage

12–24 VDC

12–24 VDC

Logic Voltage and Current

5 VDC ± 0.1 @ 150 mA

5 VDC ± 0.1 @ 150 mA

Maximum Off State Voltage

60 VDC

60 VDC

Output Leakage, Typical

<10 microamps per channel (60 V, 70 °C)

<10 microamps per channel (60 V, 70 °C)

Maximum Load per Point

0.25 A

0.25 A

Voltage Drop

0.15 VDC @ 0.25 A

0.15 VDC @ 0.25 A

Surge (1 sec.)

1 A

1 A

Output Arrangement

32 output channels; 4 groups of 8 outputs each. Points in each group share a common positive connection.

32 output channels; 4 groups of 8 outputs each. Points in each group share a common negative connection.

Maximum Operating
Common Mode Voltage

250 V

250 V

Isolation: Field to Logic

1500 V

1500 V

Output Turn-On/Off Time

100 microseconds

100 microseconds

Polling time from I/O proces­sor to module1

2–30 ms typical2

2–30 ms typical2

Indicators

None; use optional OptoTerminal-G20 diag­nostic display or breakout rack.

None; use optional OptoTerminal-G20 diagnostic display or breakout rack.

Maximum Number of HDD Modules on One Mounting Rack

16

16

Torque, hold-down screws

Not to exceed 1 in-lb (0.11 N-m)

Not to exceed 1 in-lb (0.11 N-m)

Torque, connector screws

5.22 in-lb (0.59 N-m)

5.22 in-lb (0.59 N-m)

Operating Temperature

-20 to 70 °C

-20 to 70 °C

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

-40 to 85 °C

Agency Approvals

CE, RoHS, DFARS; UKCA

UL, CE, RoHS, DFARS; UKCA

Warranty

Lifetime

Lifetime

1 Affects turn-on and turn-off determination
2 Time varies based on the SNAP PAC I/O processor (brain or on-the-rack controller), processor configuration, and Ethernet host communication activity.

Comparison Chart: SNAP 4-Channel and High-Density Digital Modules

This document compares 4-channel and high-density SNAP digital I/O modules.

Obsolete SNAP High-Density Digital I/O Modules Technical Note

This technical note contains information you may need about obsolete SNAP High Density Digital I/O
modules you’re still using. Included are part numbers, descriptions, specifications, wiring diagrams, and
dimensional drawings. In most cases, these parts have been removed from data sheets because we no longer
sell them.

This document includes information on the following obsolete SNAP high density digital IO modules:

Sinking or Sourcing Technical Note

Are you confused about sinking and sourcing when wiring DC circuits? This technical note explains what sinking and sourcing mean, explores where you would use one wiring method rather than the other, and shows how to use a digital output module with your DC circuit.

Opto 22 RoHS 3 Statement of Compliance - Restriction of Hazardous Substances

This document is a statement of compliance with the EU Directive 2015/863/EU, Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS 3). This document lists Opto 22 products that comply with the substance restrictions of the RoHS 3 directive.

Using ioDisplay 6.0 with SNAP High-Density Digital Modules Technical Note

This technical note is for customers using SNAP high-density digital modules with ioControl 6.1 and ioDisplay 6.0.

No downloads are available for this product.

Video: SNAP PAC System Overview

This overview describes the four integrated components of the SNAP PAC system: software, controllers, brains and I/O. This hardware and software system is designed for industrial control, remote monitoring and data acquisition.

Video: Securing SNAP Module

A quick overview on securing a SNAP Module to a SNAP rack.

Video: Removing a SNAP Module

A quick overview on removing a SNAP module.

Accuracy vs Resolution

What's the difference between accuracy and resolution in analog I/O specifications? Try your own specs in the calculator.

Sinking vs Sourcing

Switching a DC circuit? Learn about sinking and sourcing, and the digital output modules to use with each.