Brainboxes adds RS422/485 to USB to serial converters
USB is the worlds most popular interconnection standard with over 3Billion devices shipped last year. The plug and play USB experience is one of the reasons USB has stormed the world. In a laboratory or industrial setting many people want the USB connectivity convenience but also want high reliability devices and connections, Brainboxes designed this range of metal cased products to be extremely robust even in hard hat environments. Brainboxes Boost software is already proven in a wide range of industrial applications providing an excellent User Interface with state of the art compatibility and data integrity.
The latest devices to be released in this range are:
4 port RS422/485 US-346
8 port RS422/485 US-842
The multiport devices are boxed in industrial class metal casing that are IP30 rated and have optional DIN rail mountable capability. They are supplied with software ensuring a great user experience and have lifetime warranty.
The RS422/485 industrial multiport versions can be used in countless applications such as energy management systems in commercial buildings using computer aided tools to analyse and manage the energy being used.
This range will provide high-speed data transfer with the benefit of being hot-swappable with plug & play installation. This makes them ideally suited for use in industrial applications.
These USB multiport devices are a simple and convenient way to add serial ports to any platform. They remove the need to open the chassis, reconfigure or reboot to add COM ports.
These industrial connectivity devices support data transfer rates up to 921,600 baud coupled with 1Mbit/s line drivers to deliver uncompromising performance to a laptop, PC or Server. Brainboxes is packaging these products with its Boost.Software driver.
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