Brainboxes Isolated Industrial Ethernet to Serial 1xRS232/422/485
Features • 1 Port RS-232/422/485
• Ethernet to Serial Device Server
• Galvanic Isolation >1000V
• Wide operating voltages +5V to +30VDC input
• Redundant dual power supply inputs
• -30°C to +80°C operating temperature
• Integrated DIN Rail mount
• Compact size
• Colour coded, removable Terminal Blocks
• Low Power consumption
• Network your serial device in less than 5 seconds flat
• Will accept any Baud rate as standard between 110 and 1,000,000 Baud
• Supports Legacy Software using COM port interfacing
• Serial Tunnelling
|Connectivity||1 x RS232/422/485|
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