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T1K-MODBUS Not Provided Field I-z-O / Terminator I-z-O Network Interface Modules Modbus RTU Base Controller for Terminator I/O base, for connection to Modbus RTU master
0548 Allied Electronics, Inc. EATON CUTLER HAMMER Not Provided Diskette, Modbus Plus PLC Network Upload/Download Option
SR44-RS485 Not Provided Drives / AC Motor Soft Starters / Full Featured 3-Phase Soft Starters (SR44 Series, 9A - 370A) Optional communication card for Stellar SR44 series soft starters, can be used to establish RS-485 communication between an SR44 soft starter and any Modbus Master (PC, PLC, etc.). Plugs directly onto the control board of an SR44 soft starter, no external power required, RJ45 and terminal strip...
H2-EBC100 Not Provided Programmable Controllers / DirectLogic Series PLCs (Micro to Small, Brick & Modular) / DirectLogic 205 (Micro Modular PLC) / Motion & Specialty Modules Ethernet Base Controller for DL205 base, for connection to Do-more Ethernet I/O, PLC Ethernet master (Hx-ERM100) or PC Ethernet network interface card. Supports 10/100 Mbps auto-detect, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, IPX, and Modbus TCP/IP application layer protocol.
APN-MOD-5A-MN-LR Tequipment.Net NK Not Provided APN Power Monitor for MODBUS Network Connection with LCD & Keyboard shipped loose CT Input: 5 Amp, NEMA 1 Enclosure
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