- 1 input: 1:8 output standard
- Up to 16 output options
- Chassis is steel with rust resistant powder coat
- Universal worldwide AC power
- Green power LED on front panel
DA232 Isolation and Distribution Amplifier
The DA232 is an RS-232C Isolation and Distribution Amplifier. The DA232 allows the incoming signal to be distributed up to 16 outputs (8 outputs standard). The unit receives RS-232C and buffers the signal so that each of the 16 outputs can drive a single “user” at a distance up to 50 feet (per output).
SpecificationsDA232 Isolation and Distribution Amplifier
- Output 1: RS232 level transmit and receive
- Output 2-16: transmit only
- 120 Kbps
- IEC 320-C5 AC connector
- 110-220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
- AC power consumption <5 watts
- Size: 16.9w x 1.75h x 4.5d in (43w x 4.3h x 11.5d cm)
- Weight: 2.49 lb (0.95 kg)
- Temperature: 0 to +50°C
- Humidity: Up to 90% (non-condensing at +25°C)
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