Brainboxes launching ED-204 Remote I/O all in one solution at CeBIT 2014

March 6, 2014 / News

Come and visit Brainboxes staff and see our latest products at CeBIT 10th-14th March

We will be
officially launching our ED-204 Remote I/O with RS232 Serial Port and Ethernet
Switch, a complete connection solution.


are exhibiting alongside the UKTI. Great Britain is the official partner
country for CeBIT 2014.  “As well as
being home to their fair share of global IT players, the UK and Germany each
have a very healthy IT start-up scene. The closer cooperation harbours major
commercial potential for both countries.” Oliver Frese, the Deutsche Messe
Managing Board member in charge of CeBIT.


On our stand
you’ll be able to see a range of Remote IO, Ethernet to Serial and Industrial
Switches. Come and talk to us about custom solutions for your automation and
manufacturing needs. We have tickets to give away so Let us know if you’ll be there…


CeBIT is
the world’s largest and most international computer
expo and has been going since 1970. A quarter of a
million people are expected to visit over the course of the show from more than
120 countries. There are 130 speakers involved in the conference program
including Steve Wozniak, Eugene Kaspersky and Jimmy Wales.



Visit us Hall
6 Stand C44


Preview our
latest products: ED-204 4 Digital IO & RS232 & Switch ED-004 4 Digital IO & RS232 ED-538 4 Relays & Digital Inputs & RS485 Gateway


About Brainboxes

its 30th Year, Brainboxes develops a wide range of serial and remote
I/O devices. The company manufactures and supports its own core technologies,
including Ethernet, USB, Bluetooth, ExpressCard, PCI Express and PCI products.
Highly qualified software and hardware engineers deliver custom-made industrial
automation and test & measurement solutions. A Microsoft Certified Gold
Partner, the award-winning business operates a world-class volume manufacturing
facility with global distribution to match served by offices in the UK, US and
Japan. Key customers include: Cummins, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Panasonic, Reuters and
Santander. Find more information at