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An Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) converts an analog signal, such as voltages, to digital or binary form. Furthermore, many ADC feature different protocols, our provide Ethernet and RS-485 Outputs. The performance of an ADC is primarily characterized by its bandwidth and signal-to-noise-ratio.
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CMCP-ET Ethernet Field IO CMCP-ADC - Ordering Page

CMCP-Field IO Modules are available in 8 and 16 Channel. Customer choice of Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP or Modbus RS485/232. Field IO Modules are approved for installation in Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous Areas. Modules are 24 VDC powered and use a 100 Ohm Shunt Resistor/Fuse.

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Ethernet Radio CMCP-OS2400 Industrial Radios - Ordering Page

The RLX-IFH24E provides powerful and secure wireless Ethernet communications and is well suited for demanding, long-range (up to 15+ miles) SCADA and other Ethernet applications in tough environments. Operating in the internationally license-free 2.4 GHz band, the RLX-IFH24E offers an alternative when 900 MHz radios cannot be used due to government regulations, band saturation, or customer preference. The RLX-IFH24E is user configurable as a master, repeater and remote radio and employs the 128 bit AES encryption algorithm approved by the United States government for top secret information.


   
 
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