Brainboxes Converter for use with ASCII, Ethernet, Modbus 4 x Outputs

  • RS Stock No. 136-7603
  • Mfr. Part No. ED-560
  • Manufacturer Brainboxes
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Product Details

Brainboxes Ethernet to Analogue I/O Converter

The Brainboxes Ethernet to analogue I/O converter is a state-of-the-art device with 4 non-isolated analogue outputs and an RS485 expansion. This device can be controlled over TCP/IP using the Modbus TCP protocol or simple ASCII commands. It can be configured and secured from a web browser and can be installed as a COM port on a Windows PC to give complete backward compatibility, essential for legacy applications. Additionally, Brainboxes supply a suite of APIs and sample code to communicate with the ED device using Microsoft. NET framework, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, and more.

Features and Benefits

4 analogue outputs - selectable as either current or voltage
Control instantly from any web-browser
1 Ethernet port
Operating temperature ranges between -30°C and 80°C
Use with Modbus or ASCII commands
1500VRMS magnetic isolation from Ethernet

Applications

Control and switching of AC and DC motors
Fans
Relays drivers
Pumps
Voltage regulator
LED's and bulbs
Air conditioning
Heaters and solenoids

Certifications

CE
IP20 rated

Specifications
Attribute Value
For Use With ASCII, Ethernet, Modbus
Output Type Analogue
Number of Outputs 4
Bus Type DCON ASCII, Modbus TCP, RS-485
Minimum Operating Temperature -30°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
6 In stock for delivery within 2 working days
Unit of sale: Each
465.82
(exc. VAT)
563.64
(inc. VAT)
units
Per unit
1 +
€465.82
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