Link Measuring Centers to Older Benders
Older benders often use RS-232 ports to connect to measuring centers.
The Benderlink Ethernet Module lets you make that connection easily over any distance that can be reached by Ethernet cable.
ANY RS-232 or Current Loop system
FARO with VTube-LASER Software
HEXAGON with VTube-LASER Software
KREON with VTube-LASER Software
ROMER with Supravision Software
VECTOR TUBE DATA CENTER
MM5000 with Supravision Software
Features of the Benderlink Ethernet Module
EASY SETUP and MAINTENANCE
Benderlink Ethernet Modules use the standard TCP/IP Ethernet cabling and protocols for connection to Windows computers. IT Departments will find these modules easy to use and maintain.
UNIQUE IP ADDRESSES and PINGING
Each bender is assigned a uniqye IP address. This means that is can be network pinged to ensure that it is present on the network and ready to receive serial commands -- from anywhere on the network.
INDUSTRIALIZED and RUGGED
Each Benderlink Module uses standard IP 66-rated Dipcoat primed and power coated 0.050" thick steek enclosures that are designed to withstand the rigors of the industrial environment.
FOR BENDERLINK for EATON LEONARD Software
The Benderlink for Eaton Leonard software package uses the Benderlink Ethernet Module for communications between AICON TubeInspect and FARO measuring centers. Romer Supravision software can use the modules without the Benderlink software.
THE ONLY WIRELESS SOLUTION FOR EATON LEONARD in the WORLD
The Each Benderlink Module can communicate using wired or 802.11 WiFi wireless connection with WPA enabled encryption.
SPECIAL Eaton Leonard CURRENT LOOP Electronics INCLUDED
Each Benderlink Module containts specialized Eaton Leonard style "Current Loop" electronics necessary for communication with many Eaton Leonard benders.