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Basic CPU and Remote Modules added to controller line.

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December 17, 2012 - Programmed using Productivity Suite software, Productivity3000 P3-530 Basic CPU features 5 integrated communications ports, including Ethernet for programming, monitoring, and networking; USB port for data logging; USB I/O port for up to 4 local expansion bases; and RS-232/RS-485 ports for ASCII and Modbus. Designed to connect to CPU module's Ethernet port for remote I/O expansion, P3-RX Remote Slave Module includes Ethernet port, USB I/O port, and RS-232/RS-485 ports.

AutomationDirect.com

3505 Hutchinson Rd., Cumming, GA, 30040-9905, USA

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Basic CPU and Remote Modules added to Productivity3000 line

Press release date: December 13, 2012

AutomationDirect’s Productivity3000 line of programmable controllers now includes basic CPU and remote slave modules. The P3-530 CPU’s five integrated communications ports include Ethernet for programming, monitoring, and networking; a USB port for data logging; USB I/O port for up to four local expansion bases; RS-232 and RS-485 ports for ASCII and Modbus, and is programmed using the free Productivity Suite software. The Productivity3000 P3-530 basic CPU is priced at $419.

The new P3-RX remote slave module connects to a Productivity3000 P3-550 CPU module’s Ethernet port for remote I/O expansion. It features four integrated communications ports: Ethernet for connection to the Productivity3000 CPU, USB I/O port that supports up to four additional local I/O bases, and RS-232 and RS-485 ports for connecting to serial devices. The module is priced at $299.

Both are UL and CE approved and are backed with a two-year warranty. To learn more about the Productivity3000 basic CPU and remote slave modules, visit www.automationdirect.com/productivity3000 or call 800-633-0405.

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