The 1770-KFC15 communication interface module gives a communication bridge between a ControlNet cable framework and gadgets with a serial or parallel port, for example, programming terminals, versatile PCs, and other serial/parallel devices.
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The module allows you to connect RS-232 gadgets straight into ControlNet. Gadget types ask to connect with the ControlNet cable system are shifted, including multi-seller computerization gear, PCs, smaller than normal PCs, and modems
The module connects with the ControlNet from one (Channel A) or both of its two BNC connectors via standard, one-meter, ControlNet cable. For repetitive media, both connectors are utilized. The module has three ports for device associations: RS-232C serial port provides half-or full-duplex communication with a serial hub, for example, a host PC, a keen controller or a modem parallel port provides half-duplex correspondence with a parallel host, for example, a PC (just in variants before V4.2) system access portólets you interface a programming terminal or other gadget to the module for full system access without disturbing the link wiring. The serial and parallel ports use DF1 convention while the remaining system access port handles ControlNet bundles straight to. Status, Host, and ControlNet LEDs on the highest point of the module show current working states of the unit and correspondence exercises occurring through the ports.
The module is arranged by utilizing the pushbuttons and seven-portion LED show in the design board on the base of the unit. Utilize the pushbuttons and seven-section LEDs in the setup board on the base of the unit to set and confirm the ControlNet address for the module and all serial RS-232C or parallel communication parameters. Similarity The module is good with the accompanying interfaces:
• RS-232C serial ports
• IBM PC-good parallel ports
• IBM Type 1 PS/2-good parallel ports
• ControlNet devices that follow the ControlNet detail
• programming terminal items that consent to ControlNet particulars for the Network