Make a Serial Device an Ethernet 'Node'

Jan. 23, 2012
The third-generation Newport iServer3G connects any serial device (RS-232, RS-485) to an Ethernet network or the Internet in minutes.
It can make an existing serial device a "node" on an Ethernet network with a unique IP address that's accessible from any authorized computer on the LAN, WAN, or Internet. It can also convert Serial Modbus to Modbus TCP/IP over Ethernet, send notifications by email, and has SNMP for remote management. With the NEWPORT iServer, a facilities manager can monitor electric power over the LAN from anywhere in the facility via the Internet, and a manufacturing technician can use a handheld computer with wireless Ethernet connectivity to change settings on a process controller. Three versions available: DIN rail mount for industrial applications, printed circuit board-level product for embedded OEM applications, and wall-mount or bench-top model for most commercial and IT applications.

Newport Electronics, Inc. - www.newportus.com

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