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CP-112UL-I-DB9M

CP-112UL-I-DB9M
 
2 Port UPCI Board, w/DB9M Cable, RS-232/422/485, w/Isolation, Low Profile
List Price: $229.00

Product Code: CP-112UL-I-DB9M
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Moxa
  • Over 700 Kbps data throughput for top performance
  • 128-byte FIFO and on-chip H/W, S/W flow control
  • Universal PCI compatible with 3.3/5 V PCI and PCI-X
  • Serial communication speed up to 921.6 Kbps
  • Drivers provided for a broad selection of operating systems, including the latest Windows and Linux
  • Easy maintenance with on-board LED display
  • On-board 15 KV ESD and 2 KV optical isolation protection
  • Wide temperature model available for -40 to 85°C environment

Overview

Moxa's CP-112UL/UL-I series of multiport serial boards are designed to be used by industrial automation system integrators for long distance, multi-point, PC-based data acquisition applications. On-chip Automatic Data Direction Control for precision RS-485 communication requires precise timing control for enabling and disabling the line driver. The Moxa Turbo Serial Engine„˘ chip that powers the CP-112UL/UL-I boards comes with on-chip ADDC®, which makes RS-485 as easy to use as RS-232. The boards come with 2 RS-422/485 serial ports, each of which can achieve data rates up to 921.6 Kbps. In RS-485 mode, the serial port can connect up to 31 daisy-chained RS-485 devices within a range of 1.2 km. For long distance RS-485 communication, 2 KV optical isolation protection is available to prevent equipment damage.

Drivers Provider for Windows, Linux, and Unix

Moxa continues to support a wide variety of operating systems, and the CP-112UL/UL-I boards are no exception. Reliable Windows COM Overviewand Linux/Unix TTY drivers are provided for all Moxa boards, and other operating systems, such as WEPOS, are also supported for embedded integration.



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