Serial-to-Ethernet Server

May 5, 2005
The iServer connects any serial device (RS-232, RS-485, and TTL) to an Ethernet network and the Internet without a single line of code.

The complete network-enabling device has an embedded Web server and well-developed IP stack supporting TCP, UDP, ARP, Telnet, DHCP, DNS, http, and Modbus/TCP protocols. The iServer also allows remote access, management, and control of time clocks, security alarms, card-key access controllers, telecommunications equipment, bar-code readers, electric power meters, test and measurement instrument, PLCs, and cash registers over shared networks and the Internet.

Newport Electronics Inc.
2229 S. Yale St.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
(800) 639-7678

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