Connect RS-485 Data Acquisition & Control Equipment to a DB-9 (RS-232) Equipped PC or Workstation


Overview
--Image: Made in USA -- The Model 2089 is Patton's first high speed EIA-574 (RS-232 on a DB-9) to RS-485 interface converter. Supporting async data rates to 115.2 kbps over one or two unconditioned twisted pair, the Model 2089 passes one control signal in each direction. The Model 2089 can handle up to 50 terminal drops in a multipoint polling environment; yet it is small enough to plug directly into a DB-9 serial port...and requires no AC power or batteries for operation. The Model 2089 has five configuration parameters, allowing the unit to be "fine tuned" to a variety of point-to-point or multipoint applications. Silicon Avalanche Diode surge protection is standard as well. Amazing!

Features
  • Fully Conforms to the EIA RS-485 Standard
  • Data Rates to 115,200 bps
  • Range Up to 9 Miles (14.5 Km)
  • No AC Power or Batteries Required
  • Up to 50 Terminal Drops in a Multipoint Polling Environment
  • 600 Watts of Silicon Avalanche Diode Surge Protection - Standard
  • 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 2089F RS232/RS485 CONVERTER, DB9F General Availability
2 2089F RJ11 RS232/RS485 CONVERTER,DB9F/RJ11 General Availability
3 2089F RJ45 RS232/RS485 CONVERTER,DB9F/RJ45 General Availability
4 2089M RS232/RS485 CONVERTER, DB9M General Availability
5 2089M RJ11 RS232/485 CONVERTER,DB9M/RJ11 Special Order
6 2089M RJ45 RS232/RS485 CONVERTER,DB9M/RJ45 Special Order

 


 
 
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