Worldwide network access via modem and Ethernet
With dial-up line connections, the new analog V.92 Ethernet modem PSI-MODEM/ETH from Phoenix Contact enables worldwide access to industrial Ethernet networks in machines and systems.
All control systems and operation panels of an Ethernet network can be controlled remotely via only a modem and a telephone line.
After successful authentication, the PSI modem gives the PC an IP address during dial-up, from which the PC can address all Ethernet devices.
Security is ensured by the CHAP protocol (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol) with 128-bit password encryption and continuous reauthentication, which prevents unauthorized access.
This means that remote monitoring and diagnostics of distant network devices becomes as simple as dialing into the Internet at home.
Plug & Play and web-based management
To guarantee interference-free operation even under difficult EMC conditions, the devices have high-grade electrical isolation and integrated surge protection. The universal use of the modems is complemented by the integrated automatic battery-saving "Sleep" function and the particularly wide range of supply voltages.
Plug & Play and web-based management make startups quick and easy. The Ethernet modem can be operated on public telephone networks all over the world.