Features and Benefits
The UC-5100 Series embedded computers are designed for industrial automation applications. The computers feature 4 RS-232/422/485 full signal serial ports with adjustable Pull-High/Pull-Low resistors, dual CAN ports, dual LANs, 4 digital input channels, 4 digital output channels, USB, and a SD socket in a compact, front-end access housing.
To fulfill various industrial applications, the UC-5100 Series computing platform provides models with dual CANopen protocol supported CAN ports and mini PCIe socket for wireless connection featuring a dual SIM design for network redundancy.
The UC-5100’s vertical DIN-rail form factor makes it easy to install the computers in a small cabinet. This space-saving solution also facilitates easy wiring, making the UC-5100 a great choice as front-end embedded controllers for industrial applications.
Furthermore, all models are equipped with Moxa Industrial Linux for users to enjoy its superior long term support* operating system as well as the optimized software features.
*Conditions apply. Contact Moxa for details.
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