ELAN gSC10

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Featuring a faster CPU, more memory, extensive I/O and flexible connectivity, the ELAN gSC10 is designed to integrate medium- to extra-large projects. Working on a Linux foundation and designed specifically to optimize the latest version of ELAN g! now and in the future, the gSC10 is built for ultimate performance and reliability. The gSC10 uses the latest processing technology and more efficient code to improve response time for both the technician and the end-user. The gSC10 eliminates all moving parts and uses internal redundancies to virtually eliminate the risk of catastrophic failure. The gSC10 includes connections for 8 serial RS-232 devices, 2 serial RS-485 devices, 4 ELAN sensors, 10 IR emitters (capable of driving dual emitters), 10 dry contact relays, and 1 USB-A, and connects through the PoE (power over ethernet) port to ethernet-controlled systems. Should the need arise, the gSC10 also includes WiFi with an external antenna for areas where you don’t have ethernet connectivity but need control.

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