Madison Technologies have released a new range of Cybertec Industrial Cellular IP Routers. A Cellular IP Modem allows the user to connect to serial devices over a cellular network. Cybertec also provide a feature rich rugged device tailored for local conditions.
Cellular IP modems are designed for use with devices that use built-in legacy operating systems that do not support Ethernet or TCP/IP networks. If the user’s applications need to access remote devices from a central location through the Internet and cellular network, then using a cellular IP modem will allow the user to integrate TCP/IP architecture and wireless cellular technology.
The two switched Ethernet ports in the Cybertec 1220 models eliminate the need to use an external switch in many applications. These devices also have 1 x RS232 DB9 Female DCE connector, 2 x RS232 DB9 Male DTE Connector ports and 2 x Digital In - 2 x Digital Out.
The Cybertec Series 1000 model 1220 offers support for DNP3 and Modbus over IP. In addition, two optional Digital Ins and Digital Outs provide limited RTU type functionality, which enables the devices to operate in Circuit Switched Data modes also.
Robust and rugged, the devices excel in harsh environments and can be DIN rail or wall mounted. The device operates with a power supply from a wide input range of 10 to 60 VDC.