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This legacy product is EOL. For product replacement alternative, please see Patton’s Model 1040 or 1080A.


Overview
--Image: RACKABLE! Rack Mount Available --The Model 1050 AC Powered Asynchronous Short Range Modem is to our AC powered short haul line what the Model 1000 is to our interface powered line-a basic short haul at a great price! And the Model 1050 has the key features you need: optical isolation, a local loopback test mode, LED indicators and a DCE/DTE switch.

The Model 1050 supports asynchronous RS-232 data rates to 38.4 kbps. Distances of 7 miles (11.3 Km) are attainable over two 24 AWG twisted pair. Housed in an ultra-compact enclosure, the Model 1050 provides both an external RJ-11 jack and internal terminal block for line connection. On the RS-232 side, a female DB-25 is standard. The Model 1050 is designed for point-to-point applications, with one unit on each end of the line. However, the Model 1050 is also compatible with the Patton 1060 and 1226 short hauls.



Features
  • Asynchronous RS-232 Operation over Two Twisted Pair
  • Data Rates to 38,400 bps
  • Optical Isolation
  • Loopback Test
  • Distances to 7 Miles (11.2 Km) on 24 AWG @ 1200 bps
  • DCE/DTE Switchable
  • LED Indicators
  • Ultra-Compact Enclosure
  • Made in the USA — This Patton equipment is designed by Patton engineers and built in our Gaithersburg, Maryland facility. Patton's American-made manufacturing process delivers high-quality networking solutions with reliability you can trust.
 
Ordering
# Model # Description Availability
1 1050 UNIVERSAL LINE DRIVER End of Life-Notice
2 1050-220 UNIVERSAL LINE DRIVER; 220VAC End of Life-Notice

 


 
 
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