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WTX4 Accessories

 

Each of the WTX4 DAQ Modules come with a 6 foot long USB cable, a 6 foot long power cable with barrel connector, and a 1 foot long RJ-11 modular cable to connect multiple units together. Up to 8 units can be connected together and share the same communications port of a host computer. The WTX4 will require a power supply in the range of 10 to 30 VDC at 500 mA.

 

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Wireless Radio Link

Wireless Radio Interface  

Replace the WTX4 DAQ Module's communications cable with a wireless link using this license-free Serial Radio Modem available from B+B SmartWorx. Two units are required, one attached to the host computer's communications port, the other attached to the network of DAQ modules at a remote location. A crossover (Null modem) adapter is required for the DCE port of the DAQ modules. Ideal for use in applications where the installation of physical communications wiring is not practical.

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Fiber Optic Link

Fiber Optic Interface  

Replace the WTX4 DAQ Module's communications cable with a noise-immune fiber optic link using this Serial to Fiber Optic Modem available from B+B SmartWorx. Two units are required, one attached to the host computer's communications port, the other attached to the network of DAQ modules at a remote location. A crossover (Null modem) adapter is required for the DCE port of the DAQ modules. Ideal for use in harsh environments where severe interference is present and distances need to be extended of up to 2.5 miles.

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Ethernet Network Link

Ethernet Interface  

Easily connect the network of WTX4 DAQ Modules to an Ethernet network using this Ethernet Serial Server available from B+B SmartWorx. Uses a virtual COM port which can be selected by our ModCom software to communicate with the DAQ modules over the network as if they were connected using a standard communications cable.

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