This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Guide To Suppliers

Brainboxes Limited

18 Hurricane Drive
Liverpool International Business Park
Speke
Liverpool
L24 8RL
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0)151 220 2500
Fax : +44 (0)151 252 0446
Email : sales@brainboxes.com
Web : www.brainboxes.com


Article archive for Brainboxes Limited;

  • Article image

    Brainboxes launches new 8-port light industrial Ethernet switch(17/09/2020)

    The new SW-008 10/100Mbs Ethernet switch has eight galvanically isolated ports to provide safe operation in tough environments and extreme temperatures (-10 to +60°C/-14 to +140°F).

  • Article image

    Is Raspberry Pi the victim of EMI?(30/03/2020)

    Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is the phenomenon of electrical disturbance that can negatively affect electrical circuits, whereas EMC, or electromagnetic compatibility, refers to a particular device or piece of equipment, and its ability to limit the generation, propagation and reception of this unwanted electromagnetic energy.

  • Article image

    Three-in-one industrial Ethernet module maximises process efficiency(23/11/2014)

    Brainboxes' new ED-504 3-in-1 industrial Ethernet networking product combines four digital input or output (I/O) channels, a software-selectable RS232/422/485 serial port, and a two-port Ethernet switch.

  • Article image

    Ethernet module with independently configurable analogue inputs(05/09/2014)

    Brainboxes' ED-549 is a new Ethernet networking device designed for remote monitoring of multiple analogue inputs in industrial environments.

  • Article image

    Industrial Ethernet networking for high voltage applications(01/06/2014)

    Brainboxes has introduced the ED-538, one of a new range of compact Ethernet to digital I/O networking devices designed to switch high current and voltage loads in industrial settings – particularly where equipment cannot be easily accessed.

  • Article image

    Highly integrated 3-in-1 Ethernet module for CNC machine control(23/03/2014)

    Brainboxes has introduced the ED-204 digital networking module for industrial machine control, combining a dual-port Ethernet switch, an Ethernet to RS-232 serial interface and an Ethernet to 4-channel digital I/O in a single unit.

  • Article image

    Plug-and-play Ethernet switch(02/03/2014)

    Brainboxes has introduced a compact and reliable ‘plug-and-play’ Ethernet switch for industrial, transport and marine use.

  • Article image

    Brainboxes launches new industrial networking range(29/01/2013)

    Brainboxes has launched the first two products in new range of industrial grade devices, designed to provide easy, fast and reliable connections between networked computers and devices with serial ports. Additionally, the new ES-511 and ES-522 devices are suitable for use in tough industrial environments.

  • Article image

    Pre-paired Bluetooth devices for true cable replacement(28/04/2011)

    Brainboxes has made serial connectivity even easier for its Bluetooth customers with the introduction of pre-paired devices. This plug-and-play product enables true cable replacement and is suitable for connecting devices across the floor of an office or laboratory, out in the field. The robust design has a range of up to 30m and ensures reliable data transfer for any application.

  • Article image

    More PC communications cards from Brainboxes(28/01/2011)

    Brainboxes has expanded its uPCI range with three new products that add four RS232 ports with an LPT port to PCI based computers. The cards are UC-263 (illustrated), UC-295 and UC-414. The low-profile UC-263 occupies one PCI slot and provides four RS232 ports on the bracket via a high density connector. The one metre long spider cable brings these out as four industry standard nine-pin male RS232 ports, while a fly lead makes the LPT port accessible via a standard 25-pin female D connector.

Igus - Tech Up, Costs Down