cMT Server for cMT-iV5 Screen and Smart Tablets/Phones

    CAD$ 260.00

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    DIN rail mountable, 3 Serial, 2 Ethernet. Does not include a display
    (Formerly the HMI5010)

    cMT-SVR-100 | Apple/Android Compatible | Ethernet

    The cMT-SVR-100 is a powerful headless operator interface that allows you to use an Apple iPad/iPhone, or Android tablet/smart phone to access your industrial control system. Connect directly to the cMT-iV5 9.7" display or use a wireless router to communicate with an Apple/Android smart device. This unit has 2 Ethernet ports, 1 serial port and 1 USB port. It can communicate with up to three displays at one time.


    The cMT-SVR-100 (formerly RMI5010) possesses no visual display. The compact, robust cMT-SVR-100 allows you to connect to a variety of devices (via a router) to access your industrial control system. Remotely check for status updates/alarm conditions anywhere on the plant floor using a tablet, smart phone, or laptop.

     The cMT-SVR-100 can also be paired with an optional hardwired RMI5090 display via Ethernet cable for an ultra high-tech touch experience. Offering Ethernet, three serial ports, and convenient DIN rail mounting, the cMT-SVR-100 helps you meet your control needs on your preferred display of choice.

     The cMT-SVR-100 is compatible with the following devices: cMT-iV5 display (Formerly RMI5090), Apple iPad and iPhone, Android tablets,Android smart phones, Windows Surface Pro tablet (see cMT Viewer on EZwarePlus DVD), and desktop computers/laptops (see cMT Viewer on EZwarePlus DVD)

    Features 
    • 32-bit RISC CPU, 600MHz
    • 256MB Flash memory, 256MB RAM
    • 2 Ethernet ports
    • 3 serial ports
    • USB host port
    • SD card slot
    • Isolated power supply
    • Wireless access
    • iPad tablet, Android tablet, Android smart phone compatible
    • Built-in RTC
    • 35mm DIN rail mount
    • Multiple platform support
    • Modbus protocol support
    • 24Vdc Operation
    Documentation