Ethernet-to-Remote RS-232 Serial Interface
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- Adds a network-enabled RS-232 DB-9 serial port to any Ethernet network
- Makes serial devices available to multiple users
- Serial port easily configurable as Com 1 through Com 255
- Includes ACCES eNet Manager software for easy installation and use
- Makes one PC capable of managing hundreds of serial ports, even remotely
- Eliminates using costly PCs as dedicated serial device servers
Reliable DHCP Connectivity
Access and control a serial device across the Internet
- Point of Sale Systems
- Factory Automation
- Data Collection
- Industrial Automation
- Building Automation
- Security Systems
- Health Care
- Logistics connectivity
|Serial Port Mode||Description|
|Driver (default)||Serial port is enumerated on the host computer as a local COM port. Software on the PC can access the ports as normal COM ports.|
Applications: General serial port access from software running on a PC.
|Raw Server||Raw TCP connection to a port. The physical port on the unit becomes a network resource with an IP address and port number.|
Applications: Remote monitoring, security systems.
|Raw Client||Raw TCP connection to an ESL port. The physical port on the ESL is configured to connect to a pre-defined IP address and port number.|
Applications: Remote device control, remote polled monitoring.
|Data Connect||Combines Raw Clinet and Raw Server modes. The ESL will either initiate a TCP connection when activity is detected at the serial port, or it will receive TCP packetized serial data from the network port when an outside client connects to it.|
Applications: Provides a serial-to-serial communication link; can extend serial cables with an Ethernet connection.
|RFC 2217||ESL port sends port configuration commands and serial data to the ESL using RFC 2217 framework for serial port control over Telnet.|
Applications: UNIX systems and other platforms that have RFC 2217 Telnet capability can access and control the ESL's serial port.
|Ethernet Modem||Provides a standard "AT" command interface for communicating with devices over Ethernet, as well as control commands for the ESL. An ESL can 'dial' an IP address and TCP port; incoming TCP connections are handled under AT command set rules.|
Applications: Remote console management, POS modem replacement.
|RAS Server||The serial port of the RAS client device is attached to the serial port of the ESL. A user-configured IP address is assigned to RAS client.|
Applications: Windows CE embedded systems, Pal type units, or other portable data acquisition devices that may need access to a TCP/IP-Ethernet environment, and have PPP capability but do not have an Ethernet port.
Drivers and Downloads
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Further information about available ACCES Software:
- Redistributing Windows Drivers
- A list of ACCES drivers and the files that compose them under different versions of Windows, so you can easily redistribute ACCES cards and drivers.
- Powerful serial port operating modes
- 10 Base-T Ethernet interface (RJ-45)
- DCHP/manual IP address configuration
- Intuitive installation and configuration
- Auto-detection of eNET-232 devices using ACCES eNET Manager software
- Full-througput on non-blocking serial ports
- Upgradeable firmware
- DIN rail mounting option
- Compact design
- Power supply included
- Software included
- Client: Ethernet Interface
- Win 98/NT4/2K/XP/2K3; Linux; QNX
- DB-9 Serial Port
- Supports 115.2 kbps throughput rate
- Easily configurable as Com 1 through Com 255
- RJ-45 Ethernet Port
- Shipping Weight - 13.7 oz (includes power supply)
- Compact size - 1.5" x 4" x 5" (38mm x 97mm x 130 mm)
- Power Supply - 9-29 VDC (included)
- DIN Rail Mounting Option
- Supports IP, HTTP, ICMP, TCP, UDP