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Multiport Serial Boards

Multiport boards allow to connect serial devices to a computer. Designed for industrial application they support various operational systems, including Windows, Linux, Unix.

Boards are compatible with a wide range of peripheral devices and can operate with 3.3V and 5V PCI bus that allows to install boards on any PC or a server.

Nowadays multiport boards are frequently used in various spheres of industrial automation for connecting terminals, modems, printers, data collection devices and other serial devices to a PC.

Multiport boards are applied in the following spheres:

  • Service industry
  • Medicine
  • Transport
  • Oil and gas industry

Functionality of multiport boards

Each serial port supports the data transfer speed up to 921.6 kbit/s. There are available models with optoisolation and overvoltage protection, as well as with extended temperature range.

Multiport boards represent a standard type of connection to a computer, that is why, despite a rapid development of Ethernet technology, they remain to be a reliable and time-tested solution.

Wide range of ports and interfaces enables to build both unified and special systems for automaton purposes and specific industrial application.

Vendor
Name
System Architecture
System Bus
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Interfaces
COM Total
RS-232
RS-422/485
RS-232/422/485
Network Adapter
Total Ethernet
10/100/1000 Mbit/s
Industrial Protocols
CAN Port
CAN Version
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Frnet Port
Software
Operating System Compatibility
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Dimensions and weight
Width
mm
64
193
Height
mm
64
127
Depth
mm
22
185
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https://ipc2u.com/catalog/industrial-communication/serial-board/
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