Communication and Control

INFOSCRIPT™ - Modbus ready industrial display

INFOSCRIPT™

InfoScript is a large Modbus ready display, built strong to keep everyone informed. The Accutron InfoScript Modbus TCP ready industrial display comes in a NEMA 4X rated stainless steel enclosure to survive harsh environmental conditions. The large InfoScript features 4 lines of tri-colour RGY text, visible up to 30 meters. A smaller 2-line display is also available for more compact applications. Install multiple InfoScripts to show unique messages, or send out information to display on all InfoScripts simultaneously. Keep your workers informed, and keep them safe.

COMMTRAX™ - Modbus RTU to TCP/IP, Sensor Protocol Converter

Commtrax

COMMTRAX™ 

A compact protocol converter that acts as a server, collecting data from various MODBUS RTU devices and distributing it at a low Bandwidth within a single register package. The Modbus TCP port can operate as both client and server (master and slave). In addition, COMMTRAX™ can use threshold rule templates to continuously monitor modbus data and generate SNMP Traps upon sensing “alarm” conditions. As a Modbus to Modbus gateway, COMMTRAX™ can map multiple RTU devices to a single Modbus TCP server map.

The I/O TRAX™- Digital & Analog I/O Module

IO Trax 1and2

The I/O TRAX™

A flexible and affordable solution designed to connect, monitor and control field-remote devices.The I/O Trax system allows a users to install remote field I/O devices without having to invest in any other controllers. The I/O Trax is an affordable and practical distributed I/O system. This small modular device is easy to install to machinery or application components – saving time, troubleshooting, and excess field wiring.

AMCS™ - Accutron Mine Communication System

AMCS

AMCS – The all-in-one communications solution.

The Accutron Mine Communication System is designed to help old instruments stay connected with the latest communications. The Accutron Mine Communication System is an all-in-one communications solution linking your analog 4-20 mA signals and Modbus RTU protocols to your communications networks.

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