LB 8110 - FB 8210



Registered Product Information

Manufacturer: Pepperl+Fuchs SE
Product Name: LB 8110 - FB 8210
Product Description: FF Remote I/O
Profile: FOUNDATION Field Device
More Information: The FF Remote I/O is designed to connect a large number of non Foundation Fieldbus inputs and outputs in hazardous areas to the IEC 61158-2 Fieldbus.   The Remote I/O supports 40 digital inputs or 40 digital outputs or a combination of inputs and outputs. 20 analog current inputs or outputs and temperature inputs are also available. Inputs and outputs can be intrinsically safe or offer more power employing increased safety explosion protection.   The input and output modules slot into a backplane offering a highly modular solution to all kinds of applications.   The Remote I/O is directly connected to the trunk line and is separately powered. This enables you to drive high power solenoids from a low power trunk.   The LB8110 device can be mounted in Zone 2 gas hazardous areas or in Zone 22 for explosion hazards caused by dust. Class 1, DIV2 applications are also supported.   The FB 8210 device can be mounted in Zone 1 gas hazardous areas or in Zone 21 for explosion hazards caused by dust.   A bus terminator can be activated when required. Hart communication with suitable field devices is possible using a separate Bus. The devices are available in IP66 GRP or stainless steel enclosures.  

Registered Product Details

Manufacturer ID (hex): 502B46
Device Type ID (hex): 8010
DEV_REV (hex): 02
DD Revision: 01
FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile: 511 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, FISCO I.S.
Stack Manufacturer: Softing AG
FOUNDATION Stack Class: 31PS
Stack Version: 2.11
Registered Blocks: 1xRB(S), 5xMDI(s), 5xMDO(s), 5xMAI(s), 5xMAO(s)
Other Blocks: 5xPFTB(c )
Registered Features: Alarms and Events Function Block Linking Trending

Registration Information

Registration Authority: FieldComm Group
Registration Status: Registered
Tester Version: 5.0
DD/CFF Tester Version: 5.0

Contact Information

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