Brainboxes Limited

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Brainboxes are proud to release our US-235 and US-320, small profile USB to Serial devices. We have addressed many of the common issues that our customers face using Serial over USB in demanding environments.


Electronica is a one stop shop for a universe of electronics. We'll be exhibiting with our German partner Plug-In Hall A1 Stand 201, (first stand on the left as you enter Hall A1).


We’ll be displaying our latest products and have a demonstration of our Remote IO devices working with just the kind of equipment you’d expect to see at a show devoted to everything sensing, test and measurement.


Most parameters in the real world are measured using sensors with analogue outputs sensors and Brainboxes ED-549 takes these real world signals and turns them into data on your network.


Brainboxes have an example application now available on the Google Play Store


Brainboxes announces the launch of the ED-204, a new flexible, highly-integrated digital networking module for industrial machine control


Come and visit Brainboxes staff and see our latest products at CeBIT 10th-14th March Cebit, we'll be there We will be officially launching our ED-204 Remote I/O with RS232 Serial Port and Ethernet Switch, a complete connection solution.


Brainboxes has launched the SW-504, an instant-install, unmanaged Ethernet 4-port switch


We will be exhibiting a range of Remote IO, Ethernet to Serial and Industrial Switches. Come and talk to us about custom solutions for your automation and manufacturing needs.


Microsoft has recognised Brainboxes expertise and customer commitment since 2005 and does so again by awarding a fifth year of Gold Partnership status.


Brainboxes is proud to announce that on the 23rd November 2011 we were awarded full ‘Authorised Economic Operator’ status.


Liverpool UK - 24th November 2011 Brainboxes, a leader in serial connectivity, has introduced RS422/485 versions of their 4 and 8 port Ethernet to serial products.


Liverpool UK -07th October 2011 Brainboxes, a leader in serial connectivity, has added 4 and 8 port options to its Ethernet to Serial port device range.