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750-923 - 

Service Cable, USB, 750 Series, Serial, JUMPFLEX

750-923 - Service Cable, USB, 750 Series, Serial, JUMPFLEX

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Manufacturer:
WAGO WAGO
Manufacturer Part No:
750-923
Newark Part No.:
70M8801
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Product Information

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500mA
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Product Overview

The 750-923 from Wago is a black colour USB communication cable. This cable connects a PC (notebook) to either service interface of 857 series signal conditioners, relay modules (JUMPFLEX) or to Wago I/O system buscouplers/controllers. Using this USB communication cable in combination with select programmable fieldbus controllers requires the specific firmware versions perating system. It is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000/XP professional/Vista/7 operating systems.
  • Length of 2.5m
  • CE  conformity marking 
  • USB 2.0 compatible/full speed device 
  • Operating temperature range from -25°C to 70°C

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Communications & Networking

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