ENODE® 2.0 Distributed I/O Controller


Modular and customizable high-accuracy system control

The ENODE® 2.0 controller is an open architecture, modular Ethernet device that combines proven Schneider SCADAPack technology with Particle Measuring Systems firmware and environmental monitoring know-how. It can be integrated directly into Facility Net software to monitor isolated digital and analog inputs and drive alarm output contacts
(digital or relay).


  • Modular I/O components allow for flexible system designs
  • Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseT connectivity to local networks
  • Data buffer stores samples when connection to software is interrupted
  • Up to 20 input/output modules connected to one processor
  • 8 analog channels per module; 4-20 mA and 0-5 V signal compatible with an overall accuracy of 0.2%
  • 16 digital input channels per module
  • 8 relay output contacts per module
  • 32 digital outputs per module
  • Certifications: UL, CE, ATEX II 3G


  • Modular design allows for a mixture of up to 128 signal inputs and/or 128 relay outputs per monitoring device, reducing cost per point
  • Sample interval is configured per channel, reducing the number of modules required for different applications
  • 4-20 mA and 0-5 V analog input types are configured per channel, not per module, also reducing the number of modules
  • Plug and play modules allow for ease of system expansion
  • Module recognition through Facility Net software speeds up system configuration
  • DIN rail mounting and removable screw terminals allow for simple installation
  • Distributed architecture allows for modules to be installed anywhere throughout the facility
  • High accuracy, 12-bit analog converter gives 0.2% full scale overall accuracy
  • 100,000 sample data buffer stores data when offline from software; data is exported to the database on reconnection
  • Reliable TCP/IP Ethernet data transmission
  • One-second sample interval for fast data-logging


Environmental monitoring and control

  • Differential pressure, temperature, humidity, air velocity, and other sensor signals
  • Alarm lamp or traffic light control
  • Flashing modes
  • Process monitoring and control
  • Doors and switches monitored at each stage of the process
  • Networked data-logging
  • Remote data acquisition

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