Sensor Integration Gateway
Product category IO-Link Master Supported products
Binary switching sensors
Web server integrated
USB connection for easy configuration of the SIG200 Sensor Integration Gateway with SOPAS ET, the engineering tool from SICK
Logic editor is available for easy configuration of logic functions
Items supplied SIG200-0A0G12200, 4x blind plugs (M12) on port S2, S3, S4, P2, 1x blind plug (M8) on port CONFIG, Marking labels, quickstart
Connections IO-Link 4 x M12, 5-pin female connector, A-coded Power 1 x M12, 4-pin plug, A-coded CONFIG 1 x M8, 4-pin female connector, USB 2.0 (USB-A) Ethernet 2 x M12, 4-pin female connector, D-coded Supply voltage 10 V DC ... 30 V DC 1) Current consumption ≤ 175 mA (At supply voltage 24 V DC) 2) ≤ 3,000 mA 3) Optical indicators
4 LED green (To the IO-Link ports, Pin4 (C/DI/DO))
4 LED yellow (To the IO-Link ports, Pin2 (DI))
2 LED green (To the Ethernet ports)
1 LED green (For the Power Port)
1 LED green
Input/output characteristics S1-S4 pin 1 voltage supply ≤ 500 mA S1-S4 pin 4 output current ≤ 200 mA 4) Power Port pin 4 output voltage HIGH VH ≥ VUS - 3 V S1-S4 pin 2 input voltage Type 3 IEC 61131-2 S1-S4 pin 4 input voltage Type 1 IEC 61131-2 Enclosure rating IP67 Protection class III Housing material Zinc Housing color Light blue/Black Weight 520 g Dimensions (L x W x H) 213.9 mm x 57 mm x 38.3 mm UL File No. E497722
- 1) 10 - 30 V DC without IO-Link, 18 - 30 V DC with IO-Link.
- 2) Without sensors, outputs switched off.
- 3) The sum of all outputs, including the digital outputs, must not exceed the maximum current consumption of the device. The current consumption must be limited.
- 4) Pin 4 configured as digital output. The maximum output current does not depend on the voltage supply at pin 1 of S1-S4.
Communication interface IO-Link, USB, Ethernet, REST API Logic editor ✔ Web server ✔ IO-Link Master Function The SIG200 Sensor Integration Gateway is an IO-Link master with 4 configurable ports to which IO-Link device as well as binary switching sensors and actuators can be connected. The gateway data is made available to a PLC or cloud application via the REST API.
SIG200 can also be operated as a standalone system by directly configuring simple logic functions across several connected devices via the SOPAS ET user interface.
IO-Link version V1.1, V1.0 Port Class A Number of IO-Link ports 4 Transmission type COM1, COM2, COM3 Operator interfaces SOPAS ET, the engineering tool for configuration via USB, Additionally, the SIG200 can be configured via the integrated webserver. Default IP adress: 192.168.0.1 MAC address See product label Number of inputs Max. 8 x PNP, type 1 or 4 x IO-Link Number of outputs Max. 4 x PNP Max. Output frequency 50 Hz Inputs/outputs S1-S4 4 configurable ports
Pin4 can be used in one of the available port modes: IO-Link, digital input or digital output.
An additional digital input signal can be connected using Pin2.
LINK/ACT 1 & 2 Two Ethernet ports are provided for the network connection CONFIG Port for configuration via USB with SOPAS ET (SOPAS ET can be downloaded for free from www.sick.com) Initialization time after switch on 60s (plus additional time for IODD installation)
- Ambient data
Ambient operating temperature –40 °C ... +55 °C 1) Ambient temperature, storage –40 °C ... +75 °C 1) Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Shock load EN 60068-2-6
- 1) Permissible relative air humidity: 0 % ... 90 % (non-condensing).
ECl@ss 5.0 27242208 ECl@ss 5.1.4 27242608 ECl@ss 6.0 27242608 ECl@ss 6.2 27242608 ECl@ss 7.0 27242608 ECl@ss 8.0 27242608 ECl@ss 8.1 27242608 ECl@ss 9.0 27242608 ECl@ss 10.0 27242608 ECl@ss 11.0 27242608 ETIM 5.0 EC001604 ETIM 6.0 EC001604 ETIM 7.0 EC001604 ETIM 8.0 EC001604 UNSPSC 16.0901 32151705