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Transmission converters and separators

Converters are single- or multi-channel devices that adapt the standard, type and type of transmission to the interfaces they are equipped with. Separators introduce the required galvanic separations.

CRS-xxx

The CRS-xxx converter is intended for communication in networks using the PPM2 protocol based on CAN-BUS/RS-485 protocols.

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Exemplary CRS-001

EVRS-001

The EVRS-001 converters are used for communication with EVO meters using the RS-485 interface. The device of this group ensures galvanic separation of at least 1.6 kV between the EVO meter signals and the RS-485 interface side.

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Exemplary EVRS-001

FLN-xxx

The FLN-xxx converter (transcoder) is a device used to convert the SPA protocol into the Echelon® LonTalk® protocol. Signals of both protocols are fed by fiber optic interfaces. In addition, the transcoder is equipped with an RS-485 serial interface for the SPA protocol.

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Exemplary FLN-001

FRS-485

The FRS-485 converter is used to convert the RS-485 transmission standard to fiber-optic or RS-232 transmission standard. Data transmitted over the RS-485 interface can come from an RS-232 or fiber-optic interface. Each device in this group provides galvanic separation of at least 1.6 kV between signals of the RS-485 standard and the RS-232 interface side.

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Exemplary FRS-485

FRS-485A

The FRS-485A converter is used to convert the RS-485 transmission standard and the four-wire RS-422 transmission to the optical fiber transmission standard.

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Exemplary FRS-485A

GRS-xxx

The GRS-xxx converter is used to connect the GPS-xxx device with a computer equipped with an RS-232 interface via an interface consisting of three optical fibers. It is also possible to use GRS-xxx converters to set up a fiber optic transmission path for transmitting transmitted, received data and an additional control signal.

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Exemplary GRS-320

LTH-101

Not recommended for apply in new solutions

The RS-LTH converter is designed for connecting devices equipped with an RS-485 port to an Ethernet network.

The structure of the device is oriented towards remote reading of electric energy meters in AMR systems and it enables mounting the converter on a terminal block cap of an electric energy meter. In AMR systems it operates as a gateway.

The converter may also applied when it is necessary to establish a connection between a LAN network and devices equipped with a serial port of the RS-485 type.

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LVDS-RS

The LVDS-RS converter is part of the SO-52v11 controller. Its purpose is to separate transmission and convert LVDS bus signals to the RS-485 standard or to fiber optic transmission.

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Exemplary LVDS-RS

MST-40x

The MST-40x separator is a 4-channel V24 (RS-232) signal separator for a separated current loop signal of 20mA.

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Exemplary MST-405

OOK-xxx

Not recommended for apply in new solutions

The OOK-xxx converter is used to convert the standard of a two-wire fiber-optic line to another fiber-optic standard. The converter can also play the role of the so-called repeater, ie the regenerator of the signal of the selected fiber optic line standard.

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OPTOSPA

OPTOSPA converters are used to convert the RS-485 or TTL transmission standard to an optical standard. OPTOSPA converters are used to obtain electromagnetic, long-distance optical fiber transmission between devices equipped with RS-485 interface.

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Exemplary OPTOSPA-002

ORS-xxx

The ORS-xxx converter is used to convert the RS-232 transmission standard to transmission via a two-wire fiber-optic line. The converter ensures uninterrupted data transmission and complete galvanic isolation of devices operating in the presence of large electromagnetic interference.

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Exemplary ORS-120

PSR-xxx

The PSR-xxx separator is designed to protect the computer's serial ports in case they are exposed to various types of overvoltage that may damage them. The system ensures complete galvanic separation of all signals of the RS-232C standard, led out to the standard DSUB-9 type connector.

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Exemplary PSR-013

RRS-485

The RRS-485 converter enables the implementation of a fiber-optic, annular network of connections between devices equipped with a four-wire RS-485 interface. A fiber-optic network of this type can be combined single devices equipped with an RS-485 interface as well as groups of such devices.

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Exemplary RRS-485

RSCL-002

The RSCL-002 converter is designed to convert RS-232 transmission to transmission in the current loop standard 0÷20mA. The converter can be used to connect devices equipped with an RS-232 serial link with electricity meters having a CLO current loop standard (eg LZQM, LZM, LZQJ, ZMB, ZMD type counters).

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Exemplary RSCL-002

RS-ETH-003

The RS-ETH-003 converter is designed for connecting devices equipped with RS-232 or RS-485 ports to the Ethernet network. It can also be used wherever remote access is required and the device is equipped with a serial port. Using Ethernet as a transmission medium is the solution to this problem.

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Exemplary RS-ETH-003R

RSM-xxx

The RSM-xxx converter is designed for modem communication in the BELL 202 or V23 standard between devices equipped with an RS-232 interface. Converters of this type enable the combination of dedicated connections in half-duplex mode (two-wire line) or full-duplex (four-wire line) in a large disturbance environment.

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Exemplary RSM-001

SRS-485A

The SRS-485A converters are used to convert the RS-232 transmission standard into a two-wire RS-485 standard and a four-wire RS-422 standard. Each device in this group provides galvanic separation of at least 1.6 kV between signals of the RS-232 standard and the side of the RS-485 interface (RS-422).

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Exemplary SRS-485A

SRS-485-KAM

The SRS-485-KAM converters are used for communication with KAMSTRUP MULTICAL meters via the RS-485 interface. The device of this group provides galvanic separation of at least 1.6 kV between the signals of the KAMSTRUP meter and the RS-485 interface side.

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Exemplary SRS-485-KAM

STS-xxx

The STS-xxx converter is a single- or two-channel signal converter of the RS-232 standard for a current loop signal of 20mA. The converter can be used to separate serial transmission between any devices equipped with RS-232 links.

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Examples of STS-412 (left) and STS-512 (right) devices

URS-485

The URS-485 converters are used to convert the RS-232 transmission standard into a two-wire or four-wire RS-485 standard. Each device in this group provides galvanic separation of at least 1.6 kV between signals of the RS-232 standard and the RS-485 interface side.

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Exemplary URS-485

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