The Model 1040 self-powered miniature short range modem packs the features of Patton's Model 1080 into a package that requires no AC power. Operating asynchronously or synchronously, the Model 1040 supports data rates to 38.4 Kbps and distances to 12 miles (19.3 Km). The Model 1040 will operate over 2 or 4 wires, in point-to-point or multipoint environments. In synchronous mode, the Model 1040 supports Internal, External or Receive loopback clocking.
The Model 1040 incorporates two V.54 and two V.52 BER test modes, which can be activated via the RS-232 interface. Built-in LEDs let you monitor test mode operation. Additional peace of mind comes from knowing that the Model 1040 has both transformer isolation and surge protection to guard against data loss. The Model 1040 is designed to plug directly into the RS-232 interface. Twisted pair wire is connected using RJ-11, RJ-45 or terminal blocks.
Now You Can Combine Miniature, Standalone, ClusterBoxTM and Rack Mount Short Haul Modems
Patton wants you to be outfitted at every level of your UTP network: From mini short hauls that plug into PCs to 16 port racks for the control room. From single desktop standalones to cluster boxes for the wiring closet. We've got 'em!
The Model 1040 works with the Model 1080ARC Rack Card
The Model 1040 miniature short range modem works in conjunction with the 1080ARC rack card. The Model 1080ARC fits in Patton's 16 slot rack chassis and 2, 4 or 8-slot ClusterBoxesTM. Our compact rack system is an effective way to organize your in house network. With it's own built in power supply, the rack is an networking powerhouse.
- Low Profile Design Uses Only 2U of Rack Height
- Hot-Swappable-Unplug the Card without Disconnecting Cables
- Switchable Power Supply Accepts 115V or 240V AC
- Rugged All Metal Chassis Construction