Banner: Industrial Wireless Controller: DXM Series

January 24, 2019

DXM Series industrial wireless controllers are designed to facilitate Ethernet connectivity and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. Available with an internal DX80 Gateway or a MultiHop Data Radio, these powerful Modbus communications devices connect local wireless networks with the internet and/or host systems.

  • ISM radios available in 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz for local wireless network
  • Converts Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP/IP or Ethernet I/P
  • Logic controller can be programmed using action rules and text language methods
  • Micro SD card for data logging
  • Email and text alerts
  • Local I/O options: isolated discrete inputs, universal inputs, SPDT (Form C) relay outputs, NMOS outputs, and analog outputs
  • Powered by 12 to 30 V dc, 12 V dc solar panel, or battery backup
  • RS-232, RS-485, and Ethernet communications ports; and a USB configuration port
  • LCD display for I/O information and user programmable LED’s
  • Cell modem for cellular connectivity

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