MOXA CP-132N Series
Features and Benefits
Mini PCIe interface support
921.6 kbps maximum baudrate for fast data transmission
128-byte FIFO and on-chip H/W, S/W flow control
Drivers provided for a broad selection of operating systems, including Windows and Linux
The CP-132N is a Mini PCI Express multiport serial board designed for various applications and users such as system integrators and industrial automation system and industrial PC manufacturers.
The CP-132N is compatible with all popular operating systems and supports data rates up to 921.6 kbps. It also provides 1 kV line-to-line surge protection and 2.5 kV isolation (for the I model), ensuring compatibility with a wide range of industrial environments. Furthermore, the CP-132N is embedded with a DIP switch for easy adjusting of the terminal and pull-high/low resistors for various environments and applications.
RS-485 Multidrop for up to 31 Devices Within 1.2 km
The CP-132N Series boards have two RS-422/485 serial ports, each of which can achieve data rates up to 921.6 kbps. In RS-485 mode, the boards can connect up to 31 daisy-chained RS-485 devices within a range of 1.2 km. For long-distance RS-485 communication, choose the CP-132N-I-T model, which comes with 2.5 kV electrical isolation protection to prevent equipment damage.
A New Family of Mini PCI Express Multiport Serial Boards for Faster Time to Market
Moxa’s new Mini PCI Express multiport serial board family fulfills the need for customized expansion and enables faster time to market for OEMs and system integrators. It includes Isolated and non-Isolated RS-232/422/485 communication cards for various applications.
The serial boards feature high performance 16C950 compatible UARTs and are available in 4-port and 2-port versions compatible with all popular operating systems. They support data rates of up to 921.6 kbps and have 128-byte transmit and receive FIFOs. The serial boards can operate in the -40 to 85˚C temperature range. Door backets are included in the package for all models, enabling the installation of the serial boards in a Moxa IPC expansion slot.