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Modular wireless solution for outdoor use

By Chemical Engineering |

Phoenix Contact

The new Radioline outdoor box (photo) can be installed directly outdoors for quick and easy wireless transfer of input/output (I/O) signals and serial data. Users can select the wireless modules (the alternatives are 868, 900 or 2,400 MHz) and the type and number of I/O extension modules when selecting the correct unit. The robust, splash-proof-, and ultraviolet (UV)-resistant housing is rated for IP66 protection and is perfect for direct installation outdoors and can be used for temperatures in the –25 to 55°C range. The completely pre-wired control box with integrated power-supply unit, surge protection, selected wireless module and I/O extension modules enables intuitive commissioning and makes configuration easier. — Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany

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