The model 9365 converter from Telebyte is designed to enable networks using the latest DB9 interface connections to communicate between RS-485 or RS-422 devices, and RS-232 equipment at data rates up to 115.2 Kbps.
Its tri-mode capabilities provide flexibility for user-selectable conversion between RS-232 and either RS-422 or RS-485 devices, while its re-engineered design permits an easy snap-on connection to standard DIN rails.
The 9365 allows user-selectable conversion between RS-232 and either RS-422 or RS-485 in one box. For added versatility, it offers an intelligent mode to control the RS-485 line, and may be configured as either a two-wire or four-wire converter.
Further flexibility is achieved for RS-485 conversion applications using half-duplex protocol - the unit can be configured to control data flow using the RTS (pin 7) of the RS-232 port, or only when TD data is applied to the RS-232 port.
A static LCD provides confirmation of data transfer between connected devices. The graphic display presents users with real-time status of the transmit and receive data signals, as well as CTS, RTS, DSR, DCD, DTR control signals.
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