TriOS G2 Interface Box

The TriOS G2 Interface Box is designed for configuration and calibration of NICO and OPUS UV optical sensors.

Features

  • Web interface can be viewed from any browser
  • Integrated M12 plug for TriOS sensor connection
  • Integrated RJ45 connector for LAN connection
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TriOS G2 Interface Box11C000000 G2 interface box without Wi-Fi, M12 connector input
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Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
TriOS G2 Interface Box
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G2 interface box without Wi-Fi, M12 connector input
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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Voltage supply
24 VDC (±10 %)
Power consumption
≤ 1.5W plus sensor (WiFi version only)
 
Connection
1x M12 plug for TriOS G2 sensors
Standard
IEEE 802.3
Protocol
Web interface (with G2 sensors only)
Analog interfaces
No
Switch input/output
No
 
Standard
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (WiFI version only)
Connection
1x RJ-45, external WiFi antenna (SMA) (WiFi version only)
Protocol
TCP/IP (with G2 sensors only)
Web Interface
No
USB
No
Data Storage
No
 
Operating Temperature 
0...+40 °C
~ +32 °F to +104 °F
Storage Temperature
-20...+70 °C
~ -4 °F to +158 °F
Relative air humidity
0...95 % (non-condensing)
Protection type
IP20
NEMA 1
Questions & Answers
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