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OEM Controller

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CAMARILLO, Calif., May 19, 2016 — Micronor Inc. has announced the MR380-0 OEM Controller, providing a low-cost, turnkey solution for OEM manufacturers and control system providers integrating the MR38X series of ZapFree Fiber Optic Signaling Sensors into their product.

The controller contains a stable transmitter and sensitive optical receiver, which operate over a Duplex LC multimode fiber optic link. The system is compatible with either OM1 or OM2/OM3 multimode fibers to distances up to 1.5 km.

The controller operates over a wide 5 to 24 VDC range and provides a Digital Logic as well as an Open-Collector Output for activating external relays.
May 2016

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