The DL-NET networking card permits connecting several DL-10B on-board computers together, for example in a train or a subway. All wagons can be networked together so that only one data transfer device needs to be installed.
- Long-range networking: the DL-10Bs can communicate with the master on-board computer up to 2 miles away.
- High-speed networking: reach speeds up to 115 200 bps.
- All counting systems are independent: a broken wire will not affect the operation of the on-board computer and its counting sensors.
- Networking can be done using standard 4-conductor cables.
- May be connected to radio modems or conventional dial-up modems for a greater-scale network architecture.
- Reduce and simplify wiring.
- Automate data transfers.
- Distributed architecture makes every entrance independent and unaffected by potential troubles at other entrances.
- Flexible networking options adjust to your budget and requirements.
The networking card is installed inside the Data-Logger casing and connected to its communications connector. The card is connected to the wired network.
@ 115 200 bps: 1000 m / 3280 ft.
@ 9600 bps: 3000 m / 9842 ft.
12 to 20 VDC
Consumption: 9,5 mA typical
Storage temperature: -30 to 70oC / -22 to 158oF
Operation temperature: -20 to 60oC / -4 to 140oF
Humidity: 10-95% not condensing internally
Type: Printed circuit board included in the DL-10B's casing
The network card is often used in train installations.
Miniature onboard computer