Universal data transceiver

The Math Universal Data Transceiver transmits and receives all standard data-related signals in accordance with Electronic Industries Alliance specifications for RS-232, RS-423, and RS-485. The device can be used with either multimode or singlemode fiber and is suitable for simplex, full-duplex, or drop-and-repeat operation. The transceiver is configurable for mixed protocol operation and can be used in a low-speed mode for all data rates from DC to 2.1 megabits per second or in a high-speed mo

Jul 1st, 1999

The Math Universal Data Transceiver transmits and receives all standard data-related signals in accordance with Electronic Industries Alliance specifications for RS-232, RS-423, and RS-485. The device can be used with either multimode or singlemode fiber and is suitable for simplex, full-duplex, or drop-and-repeat operation. The transceiver is configurable for mixed protocol operation and can be used in a low-speed mode for all data rates from DC to 2.1 megabits per second or in a high-speed mode for data rates from 10 kilobits per second to 10 Mbits/sec. Available in a stand-alone or rack-mount card-cage version, the transceiver has a light-emitting-diode indicator and an internal regulator, which allows operation from unregulated DC power or batteries.

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALTIES INC.

HAUPPAUGE, NY

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