Wireless Ethernet modem

The ELPRO 450U-E licensed wireless Ethernet modem is designed for industrial applications and is designed to integrate with ELPRO wireless and wired networks to connect remote sensors

01/23/2014


The ELPRO 450U-E licensed wireless Ethernet modem is designed for industrial applications and is designed to integrate with ELPRO wireless and wired networks to connect remote sensors. Courtesy: EatonThe ELPRO 450U-E licensed wireless Ethernet modem is designed for industrial applications and features powerful long-range communications to extend Ethernet networks in difficult-to-reach locations. Flexible options available support 360 to 512 megahertz (MHz) configurations, providing users with an integrated and complete industrial Ethernet infrastructure solution. The ELPRO 450U-E modem is designed to integrate with ELPRO wireless and wired networks to connect remote sensors, actuators and instrumentation to mission critical monitoring and control system programmable logic controllers, distributed control system and supervisory control and data acquisition. 

Eaton Corporation 

www.eaton.com



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