Programming ports

Programming Ports

The use of a programming port, also referred to as an interface port, allows software modifications to be made without opening the control panel door. The protected port eliminates downtime resulting from opening any enclosure and reduces risk from exposure to environmental conditions.
Why use a Programming Port?

  • Eliminates downtime resulting from opening an enclosure
  • Reduces risk of enclosure being exposed to environmental conditions
  • Eliminates risk of arc flash and other safety concerns associated with opening a panel door in a harsh environment
  • Safely provide power to laptop during long updates

Standard Programming Port Offerings

Standard Programming Port Offerings

Programming ports are configured to include only the components your system requires for updates.

Not Finding the Configuration You Need?

Not Finding the Configuration You Need?

With thousands of possibilities, we may not have the exact configuration your application requires. If you cannot find the configuration you are looking for under our standard product offering section, then simply tell us what you need! Design any configuration for a minimum order quantity of 10 pieces.

Product and Cutout Dimensions

Make sure you allot the correct amount of space required in your cabinet wall to mount the programming port. Our engineers will always try to use the smallest enclosure possible to house your components. This helps to minimize overall cost and space.


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