Foxboro FBM201 / P0916AA power communication module


FBM201 / P0916AA

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Eight Analog Inputs connect to eight DeltaV 4-20mA AI CHARMs – termination assembly model number FBM201 / P0916AA. Eight *Thermocouple/mV Analog Inputs connect to eight DeltaV Thermocouple/mV CHARMs – termination assembly model number FBM202 / P0916AC. Eight RTD Pt/Ni 2 or 3-wire Analog Inputs connect to eight DeltaV RTD CHARMs – termination assembly model number FBM203 / P0916AE. Four Analog Inputs connect to four DeltaV 4-20mA AI CHARMs– termination assembly model numbers FBM204 / P0916AG and FBM205 / P0916AJ. Fourteen *Thermocouple/mV Analog Inputs connect to fourteen DeltaV Thermocouple/mV CHARMs – termination assembly model number FBM212 / P0916BV. Note: *Emerson recommends re-wiring Thermocouple signals directly to DeltaV AI-T/C solutions.


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