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A server for I/O expansion and data acquisition

By Chemical Engineering |

Sealevel Systems

Sealevel Systems

The Relio R1 SeaI/O Server (photo) is the latest member of this company’s Relio family of industrial computers. Originally developed as a point-of-sale ticketing solution, the R1 SeaI/O Server is suitable for harsh industrial environments. With a solid-state, zero-maintenance, compact footprint, this I/O server can be used for mobile, embedded control, test and measurement and I/O-intensive applications. Users can expand the I/O capabilities by adding SeaI/O data-acquisition modules. Host connectivity options include wireless, Ethernet, USB, RS-485 and RS-232 to meet a specific application. Each host SeaI/O module can support an additional 246 expansion modules for exponential I/O possibilities. Serial ports can be easily added using SeaI/O and SeaLINK USB serial adapters. Together the Relio R1 SeaI/O Server and SeaI/O modules create an incredibly robust remote I/O control and monitoring network. — Sealevel Systems, Inc., Liberty, S.C.

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