Does the Wireless CNC Connect have a DB25 connector?

Does the Wireless CNC Connect have a DB25 connector?

No, the Wireless CNC Connect has a DB-9 serial port, but SFA sells those units as a KIT and the KIT includes a 5 ft serial cable that will connect the DB-9 serial port of the wireless CNC Connect to the CNC machines serial port.

Provide the Make and Model of the controls on your CNC machines that you are using the wireless units on and SFA will ship with the proper 5 ft serial cable when the order is placed.

More info on the Wireless CNC Connect:

The most popular and advanced LAN-Based DNC system available, now through wireless technology!

No need for custom RS232 cables. No worrying if your insurance covers employees or contractors running cable in dangerous spots of your shop floor. No more second-guessing if a caustic environment will eat through your cables.

Move around machines effortlessly without losing data! The Wireless CNC Connect comes with an IP address assigned to it and they are then put onto your network.

SFA offers industrial grade wireless devices with quick installation to connect to your CNC machines. Consumer level devices, like DLink or Netgear products, cannot withstand the manufacturing environment. Our products allow you to connect your RS232-based machines to your existing wireless network & we can even help if you lack an existing wireless network!

Costs of stringing cable will vanish. Machines with overhead cranes, traveling gantries, or those simply too far to cable are efficiently & reliably networked. Want to move your CNC machines? No need to change cables or reconfigure software. Best of all, nearly any CNC machine can be connected using wireless! Any PC with a WiFi compliant network card on this wireless network can be configured to access the wider PC network.

Encryption & spread spectrum technology, thanks to WEP, WPA, & WAP encryption features, means wireless DNC is the most secure & interference-resistant way to network CNC machines.