A new line of thermometers is here! TQS4 thermometers with RS485 interface. It is a new iteration of very popular line - TQS3, which was improved in many ways. Main improvements are power voltage input, which is now up to 36 V DC, and even lower consumption.
Edgar WiFi is in stock! It is nearly identical to the Ethernet version but it ha WiFi instead of Ethernet. What else is interesting about WiFi Edgar?
It features controllable voltage output VOUT what can be used to power an external device. This output can be remotely switched on or off. Several voltages are user selectable.
It works with HTTP GET, data can be sent from a remote WEB server directly to the serial line.
It has wide power voltage range: 11 – 58V DC
Edgar WiFi also comes with expected features like user selectable serial line RS232 or RS485, Virtual COM port, TCP server and client communication modes, UDP client and more.
Now available: New unique Ethernet serial device server.
What makes it unique?
Dual power: it can be powered from PoE 802.3af or an external power supply.
Power output: Edgar can power an external device using its VOUT terminal.
The Voltage Output can be 5, 9, 12 or 24 V (user selectable).
HTTP GET communication allowing an easy access to the serial port from a WEB server.
Edgar also comes as a standard with selectable serial line interface either RS232 or RS485, WEB configuration, TCP server, TCP or UDP client and protocols and more.
Our new Papago TH 2DI DO ETH measures temperature, humidity and dew point. It also has two contact or pulse inputs and an output relay. It is a universal input/output module for automation and it is commonly known as an Environment monitor. Inputs can also handle pulses from electricity, water, gas and other measuring gauges.
We supply all kinds of converters and measuring devices and from now on we also have a new Anemometer. With Ethernet interface - WindETH. The device was created by broadening the functionality of former TX20ETH device. Wind direction now can be shown in degrees from north and it uses a new sensor.