Controller Provides Two Redundant Networks

April 29, 2011
Via independent Ethernet interfaces, the 750-882 ETHERNET 2.0 media redundancy controller provides two redundant networks, making it desirable for applications requiring high network and system availability.

Via independent Ethernet interfaces, the 750-882 ETHERNET 2.0 media redundancy controller provides two redundant networks, making it desirable for applications requiring high network and system availability. It achieves simultaneous redundancy by operating 750-882 over two networks, which are accessible via two different IP addresses and MAC IDs. The independent Ethernet ports permit redundant connection of two transmission paths. Other features include 1 MB of program memory, 512 Kb of data memory, 32 Kb of retain memory, a 2 MB Fast File System, and additional libraries and redundancy modes. WAGO CORP., Germantown, WI. (800) 346-7245.

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