Enberg Electronics PC12
The PC12 includes a BA12CTL controller, FN2 ring detect module (which will detect conventional 90Vac ring on two separate lines), licensed software CD and one RS485/232 adapter to interface with a PC's serial port. The PC12 outputs RS485 serial data, which can be run a very long distance in any environment. Designed to be used with a PC, minimum hardware requirements are a Pentium 3 CPU, 400MHz minimum with 512MB RAM. The software will run on Windows XP sp1, 2000, or later with Dotnet 2.0 framework installed. There is no need to have the PC connect to the Internet. The PC12 has complete user configurable settings for text, font (4 choices), background color, label color, font color and screen size (full or widescreen).
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