Phoenix TC Mobile X200 & X300



The TC Mobile radio module quickly alerts you via SMS and e-mail when you exceed or fall below predefined reference levels. With an ODP protocol, this data can also be continuously transferred to a control center via the Internet. The integrated relays make it possible to reset connected modules remotely or to switch them on and off.

Your advantages with TC Mobile:

• Automatic alerts via SMS and e-mail minimize machine and system downtimes.
• Alarm SMS in the event of a power failure improves error detection in the event of failure.
• Continuous data transfer to an ODP server helps optimize the monitoring of processes.
• USB interface and web browser enable easy configuration directly on a notebook on site.


TC Mobile I/O X200

The compact TC MOBILE I/O X200 AC signaling system is the successor to the PSI-MODEM-SMS-RELAY/6ADI/4DO/DC SMS relay (Order No. 2313520) and is used to monitor analog and digital values via the mobile communication network and switch relay outputs remotely. A USB connection to a computer and a web browser is all that is needed for configuration. The device features numerous helpful software functions, such as mobile communication diagnostics, sending of log books via e-mail, and different user roles.

Why buy this product;

  • Notification via SMS on change of status at input.
  • SMS status query of all inputs and outputs.
  • SMS relay for remote control of outputs.
  • Can be used worldwide.
  • Alarm generation on voltage failure via SMS.
  • GSM mobile phone network: 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz.
  • Switching of outputs for a predefined time.
  • Communication via SMS and e-mail.
  • Two analog inputs.
  • Configuration via USB and web browser.
  • Compact design: 4 pitches (DIN 43880).


TC Mobile I/O X300 

TC Mobile I/O X300 mobile communication module

The new mobile radio module, TC Mobile I/O X300 from Phoenix Contact, is the smallest ODP remote control station in the world.

Over the mobile communication network it securely and reliably monitors both analogue and digital signals from remote outstations. The relays can be controlled remotely. The integrated calendar can be used to specify the switching times of the relays. The monitoring of systems with outstations is optimised by the mobile communications module communicating continuously as an ODP remote control station with an ODP server over the GPRS mobile communications service. This way, live and historical data and alarms - even with timestamps - can be transmitted over the Internet to a control centre. There, the measured values can be evaluated and stored. All central and key functions are managed by the control centre. The ODP server provides open communication between the signaling system and the control centre. The mobile communications module therefore offers a simple and cost-effective alternative for monitoring and controlling processes.