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No.415 What is the difference between CSE-H55 and CSE-H55N? 17-08-2017
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CSE-H55N is an upgrade version of CSE-H55 that contains more developed features in simple black design.
What is the difference between them? The following comparison table will explain it.



CSE-H55 vs CSE-H55N


CSE-H55 CSE-H55N

Ethernet Interface

100Base-TX/10Base-T Ethernet (RJ45)

Serial Interface

- RS422 (TX+, TX-, RX+, RX-)
- RS485 (TRX+, TRX-)

5mm pitch teminal block
- RS422 (TX+, TX-, GND, RX+, RX-, GND)
- RS485 (TRX+, TRX-, GND)

3.5mm pitch teminal block

Serial

- Baudrate : 300 bps ~ 230,400 bps
- Data Bits : 5, 6, 7, 8 bits
- Parity : None, Even, Odd, Mark, Space
- Stop Bit : 1, 2 bit
- Baudrate : 300 bps ~ 230,400 bps
- Data Bits : 8 bits, 7 bits with Parity
- Parity : None, Even, Odd, Mark, Space
- Stop Bit : 1, 1.5, 2 bit

Operating Temperature

-40℃ ~ +85℃

SSL Security

Unavailable

Available

IPv6

Unavailable

Available

Other Functions

Remote debugging function

Factory reset, separator settings for packet fragmentation

Protection Circuit

-

Overvoltage, reverse voltage, overcurrent protection circuit

Certificate

KC, CE

KC, CE, FCC







- See also

- Related Products


[ Ethernet-External ] CSE-H55, CSE-H55N