Interface RS485-Ethernet

introduction
The RS485-ETHERNET interface is a device intended for converting signals between RS485 bus and Ethernet network and dedicated for working with power supply units of PSBEN (Black Power) / EN54 (Red Power) group connected to LAN/WAN network. To work correctly, device requires external power supply within range of 10÷30V DC e.g. drawn from a PSU of PSBEN / EN54 series. Physical connection is safe due to embeded galvanic isolation. Device is mounted in a hermetic enclosure that protects it against adverse environmental conditions. 
features
  • Operation in the ETHERNET network via the RJ45 connector
  • Permission of the Scientific and Research Centre for Fire Protection - National Research Institute for use with power supplies of the EN54 series in fire alarm systems
  • compliant with the IEEE 802.3 standard
  • transmission speed 10/100Mbps
  • full duplex or half-duplex mode (auto-negotiation)
  • assigning a static or dynamic IP address (DHCP server)
  • galvanic isolation between the Ethernet interface and the RS485 bus
  • configured with the PowerConfig program
  • 10 ÷ 30 V DC power supply
  • Cooperation with PowerSecurity software
  • optical indication
  • hermetic enclosure IP65
  • warranty - 5 years from the production date
technical details
how to use

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