SIMATIC ET 200SP optimally uses the installation space available in the cabinet due to its small size.
SIMATIC ET 200SP is about 50% narrower than other distributed peripheries. With its height of 115 millimeters, the system can accommodate 16 channels with single-wire connection (without AUX-plugs). For a 3-wire connection with AUX-plugs the height for 8 channels is 140 millimeters. The depth is 75 millimeters. SIMATIC ET 200SP keeps sufficient distance to the door of the cabinet and ensures the standardized bending radii in 80 millimeters deep switching cabinets.
In order to keep its small size, the power module for load group formation is integrated into the system of SIMATIC ET 200SP.
The PROFINET feature "option handling" is also integrated into the SIMATIC ET 200SP. This means that complex automation projects only have to be configured once for the maximum configuration, after which different options can be defined and selected flexibly whenever required. This means that new solutions are possible for automation architectures. Option handling improves flexibility, thereby ensuring greater savings.
With its simple station setup, the distributed periphery makes the most of the available space in the cabinet. The maximum setup comprises 64 modules – each module capable of 16 signals for a total width of one meter. SIMATIC ET 200SP ensures unprecedented economy in the cabinet.
SIMATIC ET 200SP offers better access for the wiring and the disconnection of cables in spite of its small size. Thanks to the push-in technology, both processes can be performed easily, quickly, and without special tools. SIMATIC ET 200SP is noticeably smaller and has terminal cross sections from 0.14 mm² to 2.5 mm².
SIMATIC ET 200SP combines small dimensions with maximum clarity, due to a well-designed identification system. The color-coded labels simplify the assignment of the wires to the terminals and identify the potentials of an I/O module. The machine-printable reference ID labels identify each individual system component and the labeling strips ensure plant-specific identification of the channels.The order number and serial number of the system component can be read by scanning the 2D matrix code. Using the free Service & Support App from Siemens, technical data such as manual, firmware and FAQs can be retrieved.