Thiết bị chuyển đổi tín hiệu từ Modbus RTU sang TCP/IP - Nport 5410A Đại lý Moxa tại Việt Nam
Xuất sứ: Taiwan
Nhà cung cấp: Moxa
Hãng sản xuất: Moxa Inc
Giới Thiệu dòng sản phẩm:
NPort 5150AI-M12/NPort 5250AI-M12/NPort 5450AI-M12 Series
- Speedy 3-step web-based configuration
- COM port grouping and UDP multicast applications
- Real COM/TTY drivers for Windows and Linux
- Standard TCP/IP interface and versatile TCP and UDP operation modes
- Complies with all EN 50155 mandatory test items*
- M12 connector and IP40 metal housing
- 2 kV isolation for serial signals
*This product is suitable for rolling stock railway applications, as defined by the EN 50155 standard. For a more detailed statement, click here: www.moxa.com/doc/specs/EN_50155_Compliance.pdf
The NPort 5000AI-M12 serial device servers are designed to make serial devices network-ready in an instant, and provides direct access to serial devices from anywhere on the network. Moreover, the NPort 5000AI-M12 is compliant with EN 50121-4 and mandatory sections of EN 50155, covering operating temperature, power input voltage, surge, ESD, and vibration, making them suitable for rolling stock and wayside applications where high levels of vibration exist in the operating environment.
3-step Web-based Configuration
The NPort 5000AI-M12’s 3-step web-based configuration tool is straightforward and user-friendly. The NPort 5000AI-M12’s web console guides users through 3 simple configuration steps that are necessary to activate the serial-to-Ethernet application. With this speedy 3-step web-based configuration, a user only needs to spend an average of 30 seconds to complete the NPort settings and enable the application, saving a great amount of time and effort.
Easy to Troubleshoot
NPort 5000AI-M12 device servers support SNMP, which can be used to monitor all units over Ethernet. Each unit can be configured to send trap messages automatically to the SNMP manager when user-defined errors are encountered. For users who do not use SNMP manager, an e-mail alert can be sent instead. Users can define the trigger for the alerts using Moxa’s Windows utility, or the web console. For example, alerts can be triggered by a warm start, a cold start, or a password change.