Moxa NPort IA5150A-12I/O: 1-Port RS-232/422/485 Device Server, 8DI/4DO
|Sales Description||1-port RS-232/422/485 device server with 8 DIs and 4 DOs, 0 to 60°C operating temperature|
The NPort IA5000A-I/O serial device servers, which have built-in digital I/Os, provide maximum flexibility when you need to integrate serial equipment in the field with an Ethernet network. The combination of digital I/Os makes the device servers well-suited for a variety of industrial data acquisition applications. The DI/Os on the device can be controlled over TCP/IP using the Modbus TCP protocol and can be configured and secured from a web browser. The device can also be installed as a COM Port (patented Real COM) on a Windows/Linux PC to make it compatible with legacy applications.
Cascading Ethernet Ports Make Wiring Easy
The NPort IA5000A-I/O device servers come with two Ethernet ports that can be used as Ethernet switch ports. One port connects directly to the network or server, and the other port can be connected to either another NPort IA device server or another Ethernet device. The dual Ethernet ports reduce wiring costs by eliminating the need to connect each device to a separate Ethernet switch.
Secure Remote Management and Conï¬?guration with SSH/HTTPS
Unauthorized access is one of the biggest headaches for system managers. In addition to IP filtering and password protection, the NPort IA5000A-I/O also supports SSH and HTTPS to provide protection from hackers. To transmit control messages securely, open the web console using a web browser that supports HTTPS (Internet Explorer, for example). You may also open the serial or Telnet console, such as PuTTY, using a terminal emulator that supports SSH.
Select “Any Baudrate” between 50 bps and 921.6 kbps
Most device servers only support a fixed number of serial baudrates. However, some applications require special baudrates, such as 250 kbps or 500 kbps. With the NPort IA5000A-I/O, you can use any baudrate between 50 and 921.6 kbps. If your device’s baudrate is not a standard baudrate, select “other” from the drop-down list and then enter the baudrate..