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RS-232 Telephone Line ON/OFF Switch (RTO)

Uses RS-232 Control Signals to Enable/Disable Telephone Line Connections

 

 

RTO Picture

APPLICATION DIAGRAM

RTO Application Diagram


DESCRIPTION
The RTO is used to control the telephone line connection via a computer's RS-232 port. It is accomplished simply by raising or lowering a control signal on the port.

The RTO has two standard RJ-11 telephone line connectors (In and Out) which are connected through a 350 volt DC 120 milliamp relay.

The RS-232 "control port" is a female DB-25 pin connector configured as a DCE. The unit is powered from the DTR/RTS line voltages of the DTE.

Common uses include enabling/disabling remote modem or voice connections and enabling PDA or laptop connections to kiosks.

It can be used locally or remotely depending on the network connection of the RS-232 host.


SPECIFICATIONS

RS-232 TELEPHONE LINE ON/OFF SWITCH (RTO)
Item No SWRTO       Price Contact Bomara

Physical    2" W x 3" D x .75" H, .75 lbs.
Connectors  (2) RJ-11, (1) DB-25 Female DCE
LEDs        (1) Connected
Switches    None
Bell        None
Cable       (1) 5' RJ-11 Phone Cable
Adaptor     None
AC Power    None



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