The WinPC-NC NET variant is the latest WinPC-NC variant and has a range of functions comparable to WinPC-NC USB. In addition, WinPC-NC NET contains special technology functions for flame and plasma cutting. In contrast to earlier WinPC-NC variants, the ncNET module supplied is connected either directly to the control computer or via an existing network using a standard Ethernet cable. The robust and interference-resistant connection is particularly suitable for sensitive applications such as flame and plasma cutting or harsh industrial environments.

WinPC-NC can be used on modern computers or notebooks and netbooks with both 32- and 64-bit Windows operating systems without any problems.  
The motor control takes place in the ncNET module and is therefore largely independent of Windows and its background processes and programs. With WinPC-NC NET you are ideally equipped for the future and independent of LPT interfaces in the PC or the connection via USB.  
WinPC-NC NET offers no restrictions in terms of computer equipment and can be used on all current Windows operating system versions. In addition, WinPC-NC NET is constantly being further developed.  
WinPC-NC has been used tens of thousands of times worldwide since 2000 and is constantly being developed and improved, whereby the wishes and suggestions of our users also play a major role for us. The international distribution of WinPC-NC is guaranteed by the more than 20 languages currently available and further languages are in preparation.
The ncNET module requires a separate power supply. This is not included in the scope of delivery. A suitable power supply unit can be ordered as an option. The external power supply requires a stabilized output voltage of 5V DC with 1A or 12-36V DC with 1.5A. Further information on connecting the power supply can be found here.  
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