135031-01 - Rack Interface I/O Module

135031-01 - Rack Interface I/O Module 135031-01 - Rack Interface I/O Module

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Part Number: 135031-01
Manufacturer: Bently Nevada
Product Type: Module
Operating Temperature: -30 to +65 degrees Celsius
Storage Temperature: -40 to +85 degrees Celsius
Dimensions (HxWxD): 241.3 mm x 24.4 mm x 99.1 mm
Weight: 0.45 kg
Availability: In Stock
Function: Rack Interface I/O Module
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

135031-01 is a Rack Interface I/O Module developed by Bently Nevada. It acts as a central hub, connecting multiple devices, sensors, actuators, and other equipment within the rack to ensure smooth and synchronized operation. This module plays a crucial role in managing input and output signals within the rack. It enables the transmission of data, control signals, and power between different modules and components. The module is designed to handle various types of signals, including analog and digital signals, providing flexibility and compatibility with a wide range of devices.

Product Attributes

  • With its compact form factor, the Rack Interface I/O Module can be easily integrated into the existing rack infrastructure. It typically features multiple input and output channels, allowing for simultaneous and parallel data transfer between connected devices. These channels are designed to handle different signal types and offer reliable and accurate signal conversion and conditioning.
  • The Module incorporates advanced connectivity options, ensuring seamless integration with other rack components and external systems. It may various communication protocols and interfaces, such as Ethernet, serial communication, or fieldbus protocols, enabling easy integration into existing control systems or network architectures.
  • The component has built-in diagnostics and monitoring capabilities, providing real-time information about the status and performance of connected devices. This enables efficient troubleshooting and maintenance, minimizing downtime and optimizing system reliability.


  • The 3500 System requires a TMR version of the RIM for Triple Modular Redundant (TMR) applications. The TMR RIM performs monitor channel comparison in addition to all of the standard RIM functions. The TMR configuration uses the setup specified in the monitor options to implement monitor voting.
  • The TMR RIM continuously compares the outputs of three redundant monitors using this method. If the TMR RIM detects that the information from one of those monitors is no longer within a predefined percentage of the information from the other two monitors, it will flag the monitor as being in error and record an event in the System Event List.

Configuration Keylock

  • Used to set the 3500 rack to either RUN or PROGRAM mode. RUN mode allows normal rack operation but prevents configuration changes. PROGRAM mode allows for normal rack operation as well as local or remote rack configuration.
  • The key can be removed from the rack in either position, allowing the switch to remain in RUN or PROGRAM mode. Locking the switch in the RUN position prevents unauthorized rack reconfiguration. A locking switch in the PROGRAM position allows for remote rack configuration at any time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is 135031-01?
It is a Rack Interface I/O Module developed by Bently Nevada.

What is the role of the Rack Interface Module?
It serves as the primary interface to the 3500 rack. It supports a proprietary protocol used to configure the rack and retrieve machinery information. It provides essential functions for the entire rack.

Where should the RIM be located in the rack?
It must be installed in slot 1 of the rack, which is typically located next to the power supplies. It is important to ensure proper placement for optimal functionality.

What external communication processors are supported?
System is compatible with Bently Nevada external communications processors, such as TDXnet, TDIX, and DDIX. These processors enable communication and data exchange with external systems.