Gateway switch for PLC programming and process visualization

Wago's PFC200 is designed to offer computing power for PLC programming and process visualization and is designed to act as a fieldbus gateway that can switch between field devices.

09/18/2014


Wago's PFC200 offers advanced compact, computing power for PLC programming and process visualization and is designed to act as a fieldbus gateway that can switch field devices. Courtesy: WagoWago's PFC200 is designed to offer compact, computing power for PLC programming and process visualization. The ARM Cortex A8 processor is able to support 64-bit variables. Other features include 256 MB of memory, compatibility with NTP, SNMP, HTTPS and FTPS protocols, and two switched Ethernet ports. The PFC is designed to act as a fieldbus gateway that can switch between field devices between Modbus TCP/UD/RTU, CAN, Profibus, Smart Grid, and Serial RS232/RS485 communications. It also features built in Web Visualizations and support of mobile devices via Web mobile applications. The PFC200 has smart grid communication support and can operate in temperatures ranging from -20 C to +60 C.

Wago Corporation

www.wago.us 

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