Port-Powered RS232 to RS485 Converter Adapter
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- It only requires 3 lines (RX, TX and GND) to get communication, making it great for troubleshooting your serial system.
- Supports reliable signal transmission over long distance: up to 4000ft over RS485 link at a high speed.
- Supports 2 wire half duplex communication; point to point, point to multi-point network.
- 600W static surge protection protects your value devices while ensuring high speed data communication.
- With ADDC (Automatic Data Direction Control) function to detect the incoming/outgoing data and automatically switch into the send / receive mode.
- It comes with a well labeled terminal block, making your wiring a breeze.
- Get Reliable Asynchronous Signal Conversion over Long Distance
- A built-in transient voltage suppressor (TVS) provides 600W surge protection for effectively protecting your value devices against high voltage spikes and ensuring high speed data rate up to up to 115200 bps.
- Up to 32 devices can be connected on one network to communicate over a single pair of wires (plus a ground wire), so you can connect multiple RS485 devices to one computer without repeater.
- RS232 Link Interface: 9 pin serial female port;
- RS485 Link interface: 9 pin serial male port, 4 position terminal board;
- Standard: EIA/TIA RS-232C, RS-485 specification;
- Baud Rate: up to 115.2 kbps (auto-detected);
- Surge Protection: Each wire 600W over RS485 link;
- Transmission Distance: 1200m over RS485 link, 15m over RS232 link;
- Transmission media: twisted-pair (>=24 AWG ) or shielded cable;
- Port Powered from RS-232 Data Line;
- Plug and Play.
- Two Kinds of Working Modes: Asynchronous Half Duplex Communication
- Point to Point, two wires half duplex;
- Point to Multi-Point, two wires half duplex.
- DVR monitor
- Terminal devices
- Door safe system
- SCADA(Supervisory control and data acquisition)
- Building automation
- Check on work attendance
- Measuring instruments and monitoring system
- Other devices with serial interface
- For RS-485 communication, no matter how many converter you use, the correct connection should be: connecting all the A+ outputs together, and connecting all the B- outputs together.