Translate RS-232 to 5 protocols: Exemys RME

Exemys offers a way to transform old sensors to smart devices.


Exemys, a company providing connectivity products for monitoring, acquisition and industrial control, offers a way to transform old sensors to smart devices. Exemys RME device translates RS-232 communications (4-20 mA or 0-10 V) into five means of communication via the Internet, according to application needs.

Exemys RME transforms old sensors into smart devices.

Exemys RME device transforms old sensors into smart devices.

The five protocol outputs are Modbus TCP, widely used in industrial automation, SNMP used in IT systems, HTML for Web browsers, XML used by programmers in a variety of applications, and CSV for Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.


The Exemys RME device:
- Provides connectivity to passive sensors;
- Allows remote information access;
- Is flexible porting to five protocols on one device;
- Has 8 inputs channels, isolated and differentials;
- Has versions for 4-20 mA, 0-10v, PT100, and thermocouple;
- Is simple to setup and use;
- Offers DIN-rail mounting;
- Uses supply power of 10 V dc to 30 V dc;
- Includes one serial port for configuration and one communication Ethernet port.
Also read from Control Engineering :
- Don't Rip Out Your Legacy Network ;
- Wireless networks: Adding cellular technology to the industrial toolbox ;
- Legacy Moves to Ethernet ; and
- Industrial Network Channel .

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering ,



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