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ET310 Series Ethernet Terminals

Overview

NEW: All units below are now available with a 802.11b/g wireless option.

The ET310 Series of Ethernet Terminals are data collection devices that communicate with a software application program (such as DCENET) over a TCP/IP network. The operator interface consists of an alpha-numeric display and a membrane keypad with additional input options such as barcode scanner/readers, mag-stripe card reader, RFID, or PROX card reader and a RS-232 serial I/O port. Digital control options include four digital inputs with counters and dual or quad relay outputs. Power over Ethernet (PoE) is now an option on all ET310 Series terminals.

Possible applications are:

  • Time and attendance;
  • Shop floor data collection;
  • Document tracking;
  • Work in process (WIP) tracking;
  • Inventory and production control;
  • Shop floor labor tracking;
  • Production tracking.

ET314

  • Display: 8 line x 40 character LCD
  • Keypad: 24 key numeric/function keypad

ET315

  • Display: 2 line x 24 character LCD
  • Keypad: 24 key numeric/function keypad

ET316

  • Display: 2 line x 40 character LCD
  • Keypad: 53 key QWERTY array

ET319

  • Display: 2 line x 40 character LCD
  • Keypad: 72 key programmable function keypad

ED310 Digital Wall Clock

The ED310 is a large format digital wall clock that synchronizes with a host computer over an Ethernet network connection. An alarm schedule can be user-defined to periodically trigger a built-in annunciator or an optional relay to sound a louder break bell.

ED312 Digital Wall Clock

The ED312 is a large format digital wall clock that synchronizes with a host computer over an Ethernet network connection. An alarm schedule can be user-defined to periodically trigger a built-in annunciator or an optional relay to sound a louder break bell.

EP310 Ethernet I/O Peripheral

The EP310 is a compact general purpose Ethernet peripheral device that can be used for data collection purposes such as an Ethernet bar code reader, an Ethernet magnetic card reader, or an Ethernet Prox reader. The EP210 operates under the control of an application program running on a host computer over the TCP/IP network.