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NET620— Serial to Ethernet Bridge

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NET620, offers simple low cost bridging of serial and Ethernet devices.

  • Serial to Ethernet bridging
    • Allen Bradley EtherNet/IP to DF1
    • ModBus TCP/IP to ModBus RTU
    • TCP or UDP terminal server
  • Quick web browser or supplied Set-LincTM software setup
  • Easy configuration via serial or Ethernet port
  • No "special" PLC configuration for bridging
  • A compact design with versatile mounting options

Data-Linc Group's advanced NET620 allows the integration of serial connected devices into Ethernet networks without a complicated network interface. No special PLC or PC configuration needed to integrate DF1 or ModBus RTU devices into EtherNet/IP or ModBus TCP/IP networks. When using the NET620 to bridge DF1 or ModBus RTU, the application is configured as if the serial device was Ethernet. The NET620 does the rest. Additionally, when used as a terminal server, any serial port redirect software will work (including "Freeware" software)-no proprietary software required. Configuring the NET620 is nearly effortless using either the supplied Set-Linc utility software or a web browser. In most cases all that is needed is to set the IP address and the serial port speed.

Power is provided by a three position terminal block with a input range of 10 to 28 VDC. The NET620 enclosure has the same footprint as the SRM6x20 with universal mounting flanges or optional DIN rail clips for flexible installation

The NET620 allows serial and Ethernet devices to communicate seamlessly without expensive interfacing equipment. The NET620 benefits the "bottom line" by making network design easier, more efficient and more cost-effective- saving money, time and effort.

Download a pdf for email & screen viewing version of the NET620 data sheet (file size 435 KB) or a high resolution print version of the NET620 (file size 1.3 MB).
(Requires Adobe Acrobat to read.)

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NET620 Specifications

Included
CD.
Set-LincTM Configuration software and User Manual
Cable.
Cat5 (7')
Power. Wall mount 115 VAC supply, 12 VDC output

Interface
Ethernet.
One 10BaseT (UTP) - Straight and crossover
Serial port.
RS232 and RS485

Configuration
Set-Linc software or Web browser

DC power requirement
10 to 28 VDC via screw terminal and via Ethernet using Data-Linc DC power injector

Operating Environment
Temperature.
-40° to 167° F (-40° to 75° C)
Humidity.
0 to 95% non-condensing

Enclosure
Standard:
NEMA 1, 18 gauge steel; 2.75 X 3.75 X 8.1 in. (7 X 9.5 X 20.6 cm) using mounting brackets
Optional: 2.38 X 4.25 X 6.38 in (6 X 10.8 X 16.2 cm) using DIN rail mounting

Weight
1.5 lb (0.68 kg)

Enclosure Dimensions Diagram

Dimensions Diagram Serial to Ethernet bridge
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