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Profihub T1 Active Terminator

Part No: 101-00211A

Available To Rent: No

The T1 Terminator provides active termination for PROFIBUS segments which are based on RS 485. This component enables you to switch off or remove the last devices on a segment without disturbing the bus communication. This way you reduce the risk of faults and thus potential downtime. The redundant power supply of the T1 increases reliability even more. The on-board DB9 connector can be used as hookup point for diagnostic tools. Why should you choose for the T1 Terminator?

Description

Active termination for PROFIBUS segments

The T1 has some special features that make it an essential part of your infrastructure:

A redundant power supply to increase the reliability of the termination and diagnostic LEDs to indicate the status of each power source.

An additional DB9 connector to hook-up diagnostic tools and to offer more wiring flexibility. The DB9 connector can also be used as the primary bus connection if needed. Internally, it is connected directly to the screw terminal.

The T1 Terminator can be installed on a standard DIN-rail.


Dimensions (LxWxH mm) -106 x 55 x 33
Weight (g) – 125


UK Support for all of your Industrial Network Support and Training needs.

As an Authorised Solutions Partner of Procentec, Control Specialists Ltd are able to provide sales and technical support on all of their industrial network monitoring and diagnostic tools. See the Industrial Network Support and Training Course pages of this site for details of how we may also be able to help you and your team with the support of your PROFIBUS, PROFINET , CANBUS and AS-i networks.

Call +44(0)1925 824003 or email cslsales@controlspecialists.co.uk

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