Serial-Device Server

March 8, 2007
The EISW Series iServer connects serial devices to an Ethernet network and the Internet.

The server lets users quickly and easily configure devices for specific applications without special software. A DHCP client capability lets the server take dynamically assigned IP addresses from the network or users can assign a static IP address instead.

Omega Engineering Inc.,
One Omega Dr., Stamford, CT 06907,
(203) 359-1660,
omega.com

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