Serial RS-232/422/485 to Ethernet Twisted Pair Converters
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CSE-D9TX –  Serial to Unshielded Twisted Pair

Canary’s CSE-D9TX is designed to enable devices with serial ports – Computer Numerical Controllers (CNCs), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), and others – to directly access an Ethernet network. CSE-D9TX Serial to Twisted Pair Ethernet media converters are a robust connectivity solution that provides full Ethernet and TCP/IP support. The RJ-45 port is an auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps interface that allows serial data generated by remote cameras, industrial machines, scientific measurement instruments, and similar serial devices to easily be distributed over Ethernet for simple, network-based control. With the CSE-D9TX, users can retain their investments in inexpensive serial devices while enjoying the low cost access, ease of use, and data handling power of Ethernet data networks.

With a multi-protocol DB-9 connector (RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485), and RJ-45 type 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port for Twisted-Pair connection, the CSE-D9TX media converter facilitates integration of asynchronous network devices with a TCP/IP-based Ethernet network without requiring removal, replacement, or modification of the existing serial cable infrastructure. Twisted-pair transmission at 100 Mbs is 100 meters over Category-5 UTP cable.

The design of the CSE-D9TX allows for east implementation – essentially, a straightforward "plug-and-go" operation. Additionally, the compact form factor of the device translates into standalone (desktop) or wall-mounted installation flexibility.


Ordering Information
Model Number Function Protocols Media Types Connector Types
CSE-D9-TX Serial-to-Ethernet
Media Conversion
Serial: RS-232, RS-422, RS-485
Ethernet: 10/100 Mbs UTP
Serial: 24AWG
Ethernet:  10 Mbs:Cat 3
                100 Mbs: Cat 5
DB-9 Serial (Female)
RJ-45 auto-crossover

 


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