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DigiBoard Knowledge Base
most important key terminologies you need to know if you work in Automation, Controls, Brilliant Manufacturing, Operational & Industrial Intelligence or IoT etc.
; regardless of any vendor(s) you are dealing (Allen Bradley, GE Fanuc, Siemens, Modicon, Mitsubishi, Omron, Automation Direct etc).
Digiboard or digicard is a generic name for a serial port card made by Digi International.
While the typical PC comes with two serial ports, a compatible digiboard has the capability to add an additional 4, 8 or 16 additional serial ports to a system.
Common use in Control Industry - to provide your computer with up to 9 serial ports. If you are using multiple I/O drivers or multiple ports for one I/O driver, you may require the use of a DigiBoard.
It can also be used to expand a terminal server that accepts serial connections. Digiboards work with Windows, NetWare and most UNIX operating systems.
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