Synchronous RS-449/422 Devices Can Now Access V.35 WAN Hardware


Overview
The Model 2015 RS-449/422 to V.35 converter lets a synchronous RS-449/422 device communicate bi-directionally with a synchronous V.35 device. The Model 2015 requires no AC power or batteries to operate and supports data rates to 2 Mbps. Operating full or half duplex, the Model 2015 passes all necessary clocking and control signals, and is transparent to protocol.

The Patton Model 2015 connects directly to the synchronous RS-449/422 interface using a male or female DB-37 connector. A male or female M/34 connector at the end of an integral 6 foot cable plugs into the V.35 device. Models with any combination of DTE and DCE wiring are available, thus eliminating the need for special crossover cables.



Features
  • Bi-Directionally Converts Synchronous RS-449/422 to V.35
  • Supports Data Rates to 2 Mbps, Full or Half Duplex
  • Transparent to Protocol
  • No AC Power or Batteries Required
  • Various DCE/DTE and Gender Combinations Available
  • DB-37 and M/34 Connectors with Integral 6 foot (1.8m) Cable
  • Circuitry Housed in a Miniature Case
  • 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.