Phoenix Contact’s industrial modem allows worldwide data connections
Harrisburg, PA—The new PSI-Data RS232, DIN-rail mount fax-modem from Phoenix Contact provides worldwide access via the public telephone network to machines and remote installations.
Harrisburg, PA— The new PSI-Data RS232, DIN-rail mount fax-modem from Phoenix Contact provides worldwide access, via the public telephone network, to machines and remote installations for remote maintenance, monitoring and programming downloads. The rugged modem provides users with industrial features, such as a wide-range dc power supply, DIN-rail mounting, three-way isolation, and surge protection.
PSI-Data features comprehensive security; programmable selective call answering; password-protected dial-up; and a call back function to prevent unauthorized access. The configurable warning and fault input is particularly useful for remote installation monitoring. If the input is activated, the modem will select any predefined telephone number, and send a short, text-based message as a fax or text message (SMS).
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