AX50
Mitsubishi 16 point 48V DC input module.

16 point 48V DC input module.

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  • Mitsubishi AX50
  • 2 year Northern Industrial Warranty
  • Fully functionally tested, cleaned and factory reset (if necessary)
  • Professionally refurbished
  • Refurbished items may feature minor cosmetic blemishes and are not supplied with original packaging or accessories.
  • Supplies are limited and subject to prior sale

16 point 48V DC input module.

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The Mitsubishi A Series programmable controllers were first introduced in way back in 1985. But it wasn't until 2006 that Mitsubishi discontinued the series - a testament to the quality and longevity of Mitsubishi PLC systems. Almost 30 years later,  many of these controllers are still in use. The A Series was Mitsubishi's first modular controller with many CPUs to choose from to provide a closer match to the application. Since the A Series there has been the AnS Series and now Melsec System Q. Northern Industrial can help with your PLC problems and can even help you migrate from the obsolete A Series to a new PLC. Get in touch if you require any help.

 

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ManufacturerMitsubishi
Range typeInterface Module
RangeMelsec A Series
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