Kramer: 2–Port Universal I/O PoE Control Gateway
- 2 universal I/O ports
- Up to 40 IP clients
- Power over Ethernet
- Built–in management Web UI
NT−52P is a compact universal−I/O PoE control gateway, capable of plug and play deployment over customer Ethernet LAN for remote control of customer−controlled devices via two universal I/O ports. The ports can be configured as bidirectional RS−232, crossed RS−232, RS−485, IR, GPI/O or relay control connections. Multiple control clients can be IP−connected to NT−52P control gateway for concurrent control of devices, such as AV scalers, video projectors and displays, audio amplifiers, DVD players, sensors, screens, shades, door locks, and lighting.
- Innovative Universal I/O Ports — Remote IP–based control of any device connected to the control gateway universal I/O ports, with selectable port configuration to bidirectional RS–232, RS–232 cross, RS–485, IR, GPI/O or relay control. Each port is adaptable for any room device control simply by toggling a button.
- Multiple IP Connected Clients — Remotely connected over customer Ethernet network, concurrently controlling any devices connected to control gateway universal I/O ports.
- Easy & Reliable Installation — With single PoE cable for both, powering and connectivity, and Plug and Play IP installation with dynamic (DHCP) address resolution and auto device discovery over customer LAN. Highly–resilient powering with multiple power options — Power over Ethernet per IEEE 802.3af standard, and PSU. Compact, designed for piggy–back installation, such as behind a TV or display, with the ability to draw power from device USB port and Ethernet connectivity.
- Remote Management — Built–in web UI for remote browser–based management and support, by multiple IP–clients over customer LAN. Easy firmware upgrades, either remotely via customer LAN, or locally via device USB port.
- Remote IP control of any controlled devices
- Fast field replacement of any I/O control gateway
- Remote upgrade of any control I/O interface
- Control system with multiple IP clients
- LAN–based I/O–ports expansion of control systems