MDM-TEL Industrial Modem

MDM-TEL Industrial Modem
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MDM-TEL Industrial Modem
Reduce design time
The MDM-TEL industrial serial modem
has the features to meet your application
requirements in a straight-forward manner.
You won’t need to concoct a way to make
it work. The MDM-TEL uses an industrial version of the standard PC modem
chip set, so it supports the full set of AT
commands and features. The MDM-TEL
complies with telephone systems around
the world. Whether you have domestic or
international customers, the MDM-TEL can
go where your equipment goes. Required
to use a specific PLC? No problem. The
MDM-TEL is compatible with most brands.
And with the MDM-TEL, you can avoid
repeating the design and qualification
process.
The MDM-TEL has been designed for
the industrial environment. It will survive
extreme temperatures, as well as dirty and
unreliable industrial power. Meeting UL
Haz Loc (Class I Div. 2) and the IEC68-2
standard for vibration resilience, the
MDM-TEL will provide years of reliable
performance in applications where other
modems just shouldn’t go.
Features:
•Requires Analog phoneline
• Contact-initiated by dialing a
PLC or other device
• Works with most PLCs (Null
Modem adapter included)
• Auto answer capability
• Global Telecom capability
• DC-powered (no external
transformer needed)
• Offers choice of DIN rail or
panel mounting
• UL 508 (PLC enclosure),
UL Haz Loc Class I, Div. 2, CSA,
• Rated -30°C to +70°C
• Includes modem setup
software (Windows)
• No DIP switches or jumpers
• Includes RS-232 (DB9) modem
configuration cable
Simplify installation
MDM-TEL’s PC software includes
Windows-based Configuration Wizard for
easy set-up. The MDM-TEL comes ready
for either DIN-rail or panel mounting.
Requiring only 1.6W of 24 VDC power,
the MDM-TEL is perfect for control panels
and remote locations without the need for
a 110 VAC source.
MDM-TEL Industrial grade
$460.00
PLC can actuate dial out ...
PLC
PC
Phone Lines
Comm.
Cable
Note: a discrete PLC output
can trigger modem dialing
and a discrete PLC input can
indicate a connection.
Comm.
Cable
MDM-TEL Modem
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MDM-TEL Specifications
MDM-TEL Performance Specifications
Mounting dimensions
Telephone Line
Max. Data rate
33.6 kbps (V.34)
Compatibility
V.34, V32bis, V.32, V.22, V.22A/B, V.23, V.21,
Bell 212A and 103
Data compression
V.42 bis MNP5
Error correction
V.42 MNP 2-4
Ringer equivalent
0.3
Line/phone jack
RJ11
INDUSTRIAL MODEM
SELF-DIALING MODEM
INDUSTRIAL MODEM PLUS
RS232 Port
Max. RS232 rate
115.2 kbps (Kilobaud)
TXD, RXD, CTS, RTS, DCD,
DTR, DSR, RI, GND
All standard AT and S register commands,incl.
Class 1 & 2 Fax
RS232 (DB9 female)
Command set
Status LEDs
CD (carrier detect)
Carrier detected on the phone line
TR (terminal ready)
Host connected and ready
RD (receive data)
Data is received from the phone line
TD (transmit data)
Data being sent out the phone line
Power
On when power is present
Note: Screw holes are provided as
an alternative to DIN-rail mounting.
General Characteristics
Input power
10-30 VDC
Input current
65 mA @ 24 VDC
Operating temperature
-30oC to 70oC (-40oC to 85oC storage)
Humidity
5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
Flammability
UL 94V-0 materials
Telecom certification
FCC, Industry Canada CS03-8,
ACA TS 001-1997; ACA TS 002-1997
Electrical safety
UL 508, CSA C22. 2/14; EN61010-1 (IEC1010),
IEC 950: 1991, AS/NZS3260-1993
EMI emissions
FCC part15, ICES-003, Class A; EN55022; AS/
NZS3548-1995
EMC immunity
EN50082-1 (IEC801-2, 3, 4)
Surge withstand
IEEE-472 (ANSI C37.90)
Vibration
IEC68-2-6
Hazardous locations
UL (file #E200031),
CSA C22.2/213-M1987, Class 1, Div 2, Groups
A,B,C,D),Cenelec EN50021 (EEx nA II T4)
Mounting
DIN rail or panel mount
Complete documentation
The modem wizard and user manual are provided on the MDM-TEL CD-ROM, or
may be downloaded from www.automationdirect.com. An application note with
help for many common situations is included.
PLC Discrete I/O Interface
Trigger input
Connects to PLC output. Starts auto-dialing
when TRUE.
Voltage range
9 to 30 VDC (6.5 mA at 24 VDC)
Max OFF voltage
5 VDC
Online output
Output type
Output is ON as long as a connection exists
(carrier detect).
Sourcing, switches power supply 100 mA max
output current
Easy set-up with modem wizard software
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