Available in flush-mounted or DIN-rail versions. Meant to control devices powered with DC voltage. You can control lighting, DC motors, or relays. Control can be done on on/off or on smooth regulation basis, using PWM (Pulse width modulation). They are also useful in case of multi-system integrations.
As the name suggests, these modules are working with transistor outputs in Open Collector scheme. Transistor, with active outputs, shorts output circuit to GND. Brightness, or motors RPM regulations is done by changing the width of pulses in PWM signal. Besides from outputs, a few versions of MOC family has also potential-free inputs.
Device with 8 outputs used to smoothly control lighting, or DC motors. Outputs of Open Collector type. Power outputs can control voltage up to 24V DC. Equipped also with 8 potential-free inputs.
Device with 4 outputs used to smoothly control lighting, or DC motors. Outputs of Open Collector type. Power outputs can control voltage up to 24V DC.
Meant to control DC voltage devices on on/off basis. Output is shorted to GND, when activated. It’s very useful in big distribution boxes, where it can be responsible for controlling high-load devices through external relays or contactors.
Version for flush-mounted, 60mm diameter electrical box, with Open Collector-type outputs. Used to smoothly control lighting, or DC motors up to 24V.
Equipped with 1-Wire input, supporting up to 6 Dallas temperature sensors.
This device has 8 Open Collector outputs, without PWM functionality – they can control devices on on/off basis.
Supports voltage up to 40V DC on outputs. It also has 16 inputs:
8 potential-free inputs (shorted to GND),
8 galvanic separated (optoisolation) inputs for range 9-30V DC.