The ZIPLink system eliminates the normally tedious process of wiring programmable logic controller I/O to terminal blocks.
This pdf document (700 KB) will help in converting from the legacy ZIPLink cable components to the new generation of ZIPLink cables and wiring solutions. You will need to know the part number of the legacy ZIPLink module you are using now and the PLC I/O module that you are connecting to before you proceed.
Single and four-socket 24 VDC stand-alone relay modules use plug-in relays for switching high current (10A) loads. Relays are included with the ZIPLink modules.
AC-powered stand-alone relay modules provide isolation, switch high current (10A) loads and are offered in single or 4-socket modules. Relays are included with the modules.
ZIPLink transorb diode modules are 8-channel devices used to suppress counterelectromotive force (CEMF) generated by switching inductive loads, which can cause unexpected PLC system shutdowns.
Available in 9-pin, 15-pin or 25-pin versions; these ZIPLink connector modules provide a fast, convenient method of transitioning between DSub connectors and field wiring through the use of screw terminals.
The ZIPLink RJ12 and RJ45 feedthrough modules provide convenient break-out of wiring to terminal blocks.
These ZIPLink communication adapters have screw terminal connections for the DL06 PLC, D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs. The ZL-CMA15L adapter offers transmit and receive LEDs, a jumper selectable network termination resistor, and circuit surge protection.
The ZIPLink RJ12 multi-port distribution modules allow RS485 multi-drop connections. Uses include serial network multi-drop to GS, DuraPulse, and SureServo AC drives; DirectLOGIC and CLICK PLCs.
Replacement relays are offered with a 24VDC coil or 120VAC coil and are for use with the ZIPLink relay modules. (Sold in packages of 4).