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TCP/IP Network interface for addressable fire systems
The EC400 interface, for addressable fire systems, is a secure network infrastructure device that’s used for accessing the Eaton Lon network of addressable control panels over intranet or ethernet.
The interface’s built in configuration server manages up to 256 IP devices on 1 IP channel, without a dedicated management PC. The easy to understand diagnostic LEDs, enable installers to easily install and troubleshoot the device, without the need for expert knowledge or dedicated troubleshooting tools.
The EC400 unit supports DHCP even with changing IP addresses in an intranet environment. To connect the Eaton Lon network via intranet, a minimum of two EC400s are required. The first must be configured as a 'configuration server' and the second as a 'client'.
There's no need for expert knowledge when it comes to installing the EC400 TCP/IP addressable interface, because it provides ease of installation through Auto-NAT, roaming and DHCP.
Create an efficient and reliable network that you can depend on
Using a daisy chained line topology, the EC400 interface comprises an internal switch meaning up to 20 devices can be built, reducing the cost for network installation. With its IP switch, a redundant Ethernet installation can be setup, increasing system reliability.
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