March 2006 . Volume 5. Issue 3

Welcome to Sealevel Systems' monthly newsletter. The goal is to help our valued customers easily receive timely updates on the latest Sealevel developments. We appreciate your business and continue striving to be the best communications and I/O solutions provider in the market.

In This Issue:

New! 16-Port Multi-Interface, Rackmount Ethernet Serial Servers

Sealevel Systems, Inc. has introduced three new SeaLINK Ethernet serial servers, each capable of fast, reliable communications on up to 16 serial ports simultaneously. Offering RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 connectivity, SeaLINK+16 devices are the easiest, most dependable way to connect multiple serial devices directly to an Ethernet network. For quick installation, a convenient webpage is used to select the interface mode for each serial port on the RS-422/485 and RS-232/422/485 models. All configuration can be done from the webpage with no need to set hardware switches or jumpers.

Housed in rugged 1U rackmount metal enclosures, SeaLINK+16 devices are suitable for a variety of applications and environments. Power indicator LEDs are included on both the front and rear of the enclosure, and each of the 16 RJ45 serial connectors provide Tx and Rx LEDs to assist in troubleshooting.  For more information visit our product pages on our website:

Item# 4161, RS-232
Item# 4162, RS-422/485
Item# 4163, RS-232/422/485

New! Relio R2000 Solid-State Industrial Computer

Take a look at the new Relio R2000 ruggedized industrial computer designed for use in harsh environments. Available with up to a 1.4GHz Intel Pentium M processor, the R2000 offers exceptional performance and flexible I/O expansion. Fanless operation is possible to 50°C, and using an embedded operating system such as Windows XPe allows applications to execute from CompactFlash for the ultimate in reliability - no moving parts.

Packed with standard features including dual 10/100BaseT Ethernet, two serial ports, and two high-speed USB 2.0 ports, the R2000 excels in I/O intensive applications. Expand with up to three PC/104 kits that terminate to real-world connectors using the Sealevel Porthole mounting design. A Sealevel SeaI/O module or a CDRW/ DVD can also be installed in the front of the chassis. Available I/O expansion options include RS-232/422/485 serial ports, Reed and Form C relay outputs, optically isolated inputs, TTL interface to industry standard solid-state relay racks, A/D, D/A, and wireless communications.

Please visit our product pages and application examples on our website:
Relio R2100, 400MHz ULV Intel Celeron
Relio R2200, 650MHz LV Intel Celeron
Relio R2300, 933MHz LV Intel Pentium III
Relio R2400, 600MHz ULV Intel Celeron M
Relio R2500, 1.0GHz ULV Intel Celeron M 373
Relio R2600, 1.4GHz Intel Pentium M 738

Bracket Makes Mounting Accessories To SeaI/O and R1000 Easy!

We've designed a new mounting bracket that allows a wide range of accessories to be easily connected to our SeaI/O data acquisition modules and Relio R1000 embedded I/O servers.  The KT125 Universal Mounting Bracket's unique arrangement of slots and holes accept bolt sizes up to M4 and can be used for virtually any mounting configuration.  The bracket also includes 75mm and 100mm VESA-compliant mounting holes that allow Sealevel's R1000 computer to attach to a variety of flat panel monitors and touchscreens.  Application examples include mounting power supplies, industry standard solid-state relay racks, and wireless communication modules.

You can see the KT125 in action on our website here.

Sealevel Moving Operations to New Facility!

Thanks to our loyal customers, Sealevel has grown rapidly over the past several years. To allow for continued growth and to better accommodate manufacturing our expanding product line, we are moving all operations to a new 45,000 square foot facility. 

To minimize any inconvenience to our customers while we complete this move, we will only be closed one business day: Friday April 21st.  Sealevel will reopen for business at 8am on Monday, April 24th.

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