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An easily expandable wireless I/O system

By Chemical Engineering |

PSFTThe new Multi-Point Wireless I/O system allows users to transfer I/O or Modbus data to and from multiple locations without the hassle of wires, conduit, trenching or permits. The secure system deploys quickly and can be used indoors or outdoors in a variety of industries. The system can be expanded as the needs of the user’s application expand. Three module types — two analog and one digital — allow users to customize their setup. The Multi-Point Wireless I/O system can be used in three different methods: I/O to I/O; I/O to Modbus serial; and Modbus serial to Modbus serial. The digital module also serves as a counter. — ProSoft Technology, Inc., Bakersfield, Calif.

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