The 810/810S keypad is an excellent option to control and power a local serial device through the intranet or internet connection.
|Standards||IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3af|
|Protocols supported||TCP/IP,UDP, HTTP, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP),
DNS, and DDNS *
|Ports||2 Ethernet, 1 Jack|
|Cabling type||Category 5|
|Dimension||Width: 4 inch /101.6 mm
Height: 1.9 inch / 4.8 mm
Depth: 6 inch / 152.40 mm
|Key switches||Rubber with tactile feedback|
|LCD||16×2 characters, each character is of 5×8 DOTS|
|Username/password (Default)||admin/admin – user changeable|
|Re-set||Press specific buttons when powering up|
|Power||5V DC, regulated|
|Power consumption||125 mA|
|Certification||FCC part 15C Class B, RoHS, (WEE compliant in the EU)|
|Operating temperature||32º to 122ºF (0º to 50ºC)|
|Storage temperature||-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)|
|Operating humidity||10% to 50%|
|Storage humidity||0% to 50%|
810S keypad adds to the functionality of the 810 and communicates simultaneously via 3, virtual ports.
The serial port enables bidirectional communication and its power can be controlled. The keypad adds RJ11 to access the serial port, and the user can select RS232 or TTL communication at variable speeds of up to 460 kbps.
Send and receive data over the network with the 810 keypad! Set it up in remote locations and access its configuration menu via Telnet.
Avoid any additional cabling by using its two ports to daisy chain or cascade the device to an existing setup.Create the perfect application by selecting a Client or Server mode. The unit requires a regulated 5vDC power source of at least 500 mA.
Model EALD-810 requires a regulated 5vDC power source of at least 500mA. This is introduced via a jack plug on the rear of the unit. Ideal where the unit is to be powered locally.
The connectors are TWO RJ45 Female and Jack socket.
* Customization required
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