DIN-Rail controller with programmable warning lights

Advantech's Uno-1110 DIN-rail controller features four programmable LED warning lights and isolated digital I/O ports so users no longer require extra signal converters.

03/24/2014


Advantech's UNO-1110 DIN-rail controller features four programmable LED warning lights and isolated digital I/O ports so users no longer require extra signal convertors. Courtesy: AdvantechAdvantech's UNO-1110 DIN-rail controller features a Texas Instruments 600 MHz RISC processor with four programmable LED warning lights that allow users to quickly and easily determine the various states of connected equipment.

The Uno-1110 features isolated digital I/O ports so users no longer require extra signal converters to come from the serial ports. The isolated RS-232/422/485 ports prevent damage from electricity spikes and having to add additional equipment.

The Uno-1110 features a Texas Instrument A8 AM3505 600 MHz RISC processor, 256 MB DDR2 RAM, VGA connector with a resolution of up to 1024 x 768 pixels, one RS-485, four RS-232/422/485 ports, two SD card slots, two LAN ports, four USB 2.0 ports, one mini-PCIe expansion card slot, an operating temperature of -10 C to 70 C and is IP40 certified.

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www.advantech.com 

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