Ethernet adapter

  • 06-Jan-2009 01:57 EST
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The SREA-01 ethernet adapter from ABB Low Voltage Drives is a DIN rail-mounted unit that enables remote access to the firm's low-voltage AC drive line. If a process alarm or fault occurs, the unit's internal web server provides a user interface for accessing the drives and other process variables. The system significantly reduces downtime, costs, and site visits where drives are controlling motors. It can send process data, data logs, and event messages independently, without a PLC or dedicated on-site computer. The adapter can connect a maximum of 10 drives to an ethernet or GPRS network.
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