DB9 A/B Network Switch supports ASCII RS-232 remote control.

Press Release Summary:

Model 7200 enables access to 2 separate devices, ports A and B, via connection through device connected to Common port of this switch. Suitable for any critical data network, product may be controlled manually via front panel pushbutton or remotely via DB9 female connector on rear panel that accepts ASCII RS232 serial data. Unit switches all 9 pins of DB9 interface, and switch ports are transparent to all data.

Original Press Release:

ASCII Commands Control the Model 7200 DB9 A/B Network Switch

Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston, RI, announces the Model 7200 DB9 A/B switch with ASCII RS-232 Serial Data remote control operation. The Model 7200 enables accessing two separate devices, ports A & B, via connection through a device connected to the Common port of the switch. This switch is suitable for any critical data network.

The Model 7200 may be controlled manually via the front panel pushbutton. A DB9 female connector on the rear panel accepts ASCII RS232 Serial Data for remote control operation. The front panel pushbutton control can be locked out remotely. Switch position state may be attained via the LED display or the remote RS232 rear panel serial port.

The versatile Model 7200 switches all 9 pins of the DB9 interface. The switch ports are transparent to all data. The switch maintains the last set position upon power loss and continues to pass data.

Contact Electro Standards Laboratories for detailed information on the Model 7200. Electro Standards' staff of knowledgeable sales engineers is available to assist with product and application questions: 401-943-1164, eslab@electrostandards.com, www.electrostandards.com.

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