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ADPower AD-GW

    ADPower A/I modules is a group of 2 channels as one set with one AD converter. Each group can be configured separately. A module can be connected to an A/I voltage transducer, current transducer and different thermocouples, providing great flexibility in all applications.

PA-MTS

    PA-MTS is an analogue signal serial data controller product, through

    Modbus RTU mode's universal protocol, making data collection and

    control more convenience

    PA- XTS uses Microchip DS PIC as main design structure. Equip with 8

    or 16 Channel common ground analogue input, all channel isolated

    type is also available.

ADPower Remote I/O

    ▶5-Year Warranty

    ▶Easy to Maintain and Diagnose

    ▶Over-Voltage Protection and

    ▶Isolation between Channels

    ▶Independent Channel

    ▶Configuration

    ▶Easy to Install

    ▶Wide Power Input Range from+10 to +60 V DC

UC1

    UC1 is a universal input converter or isolator which include input signal 0(4)~20mA, 0~10V, Thermocouple, RTD, etc. Base on measuring signal needed, parameters can be set via panel button with LCD display.

     

    UC1 offer 3 kind of output option, analogue output or Relay *2 or RS485(Modbus RTU).

PL-SNet

    PL-SNet uses ARM Cortx M3 microprocessor for implementing serial ports to Ethernet functions. It uses the state machine to handle TCP/IP stack and brings the user a lower cost TCP/IP stack with limited functions because of the limited resources.

    It supports ARP, ICMP, TCP, UDP, IP, DHCP-Client and Modbus/TCP even HTTP protocols. You can use any browsers to set the parameters, or just use the commands in console mode.

PN-DNet

    PN-DNet uses ASIX family microprocessor for implementing Ethernet functions (DI/DO TO Ethernet). It uses the state machine to handle TCP/IP stack with most but limited functions because of the limited resources.

    PN-DNet supports TCP, UDP, IP, DHCP-Client, Modbus/TCP even HTTP protocols. You can use any browsers to set the parameters, or just use the commands in console mode.

PN-ANet

    PN – ANET is an I/O controller product with Ethernet Port on its data communication and makes data acquisition easier through Modbus/RTU or Modbus/TCP Protocols.

    PN - ANET was designed for voltage and current measurement. And uses the derivatives ASIX microprocessor for implementing the whole framework. A / D value is 16-bit effective resolution。it equips 8 channels of single-ended analog input and two digital outputs in a set.

PL-STS

    PL-STS products provide an ideal physical layer solution on serial port communication conversion. PL-STS is an isolated RS-232 to RS-485/RS-422 converter. By using PL-STS, one can find out the truth of full supports on convenience, efficiency, expansibility, robustness, reliability, simplicities and stability.

PL-STU

    PL-STU products provide an ideal physical layer solution on serial port communication conversion. It is an isolated USB to RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 converter. By using PL-STU, one can find out the truth of full supports on convenience, efficiency, expansibility, robustness, reliability, simplicities and stability.

PL-DTS

    PL-DTS is an I/O controller product with Serial Port on its data communication and makes data acquisition

    easier through Modbus Protocol of RTU mode on Serial Bus.

    PL-DTS uses the ARM Cortex-M3 microprocessor family for implementing the whole framework. Basically,

    it supports up to 10 inputs and 8 outputs or 18 inputs. Moreover, it equips the counter function in each

    input channels, and is also designed for friendly use and convenience concerns.

PL-ATS

    PL-ATS is an I/O controller product with Serial Port on its datacommunication and makes data acquisition easier through ModBus Protocol of RTU mode on Serial Bus.

    It use the 8051’s family microprocessor for implementing the whole framework. Basically, it equips 8 channels of single-ended analog input and two digital outputs in a set.

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