SealevelSeaI/O-462WWireless 802.11b/g Modbus TCP to 96 Channel TTL Digital Interface
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|Wireless 802.11b/g Modbus TCP to 96 Channel TTL Digital Interface|
The SeaI/O-462W wireless to digital I/O interface module provides 96 channels of buffered drive digital I/O. The interface module addresses the 96 channels of I/O as 12 eight-bit ports, each programmable as input or output. Connect up to four industry-standard relay racks for PC based control and automation of equipment including sensors, switches, security control systems, and other industrial automation systems.
The SeaI/O-462W makes the I/O available via dual DB-78 female connectors. For easy connection to relay racks, Sealevel offers a six-foot cable (Item# CA237) that terminates each DB-78 connector to two industry-standard 50-pin IDC connectors. The SeaI/O-462W is powered from your 9-30VDC source, or select from a variety of Sealevel power supply options.
Communicate with the SeaI/O-462W over Wi-Fi (802.11b and 802.11g) networks using industry-standard Modbus TCP protocol or use the Sealevel SeaMAX API software libraries from your application program. Sealevel’s SeaMAX software drivers and utilities make installation and operation easy using Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. Security features include WEP and the latest WPA-TKIP and WPA2-AES encryption standards.
The Sealevel Modbus Connect app for iOS allows you to access the registers, coils and discrete I/O of your Sealevel Modbus devices and is available on the App Store. Use the app to remotely access I/O in the field or for testing and troubleshooting during application development.
Expand your I/O network with SeaI/O N-series products. SeaI/O modules are available with Reed and Form C relays, optically isolated inputs, TTL interfaces, A/D and D/A functionality. Up to 246 additional expansion modules can be added using convenient pass-through connectors.
Get a jump start on your digital I/O development with The Digital I/O Handbook that will provide helpful information that you will use again and again. Check out Chapter 1 for an overview of logic principles.
Serial & Digital I/O