Black Box Hardened Serial Server - device server

Mfg.Part: LES421A | CDW Part: 4175039 | UNSPSC: 43222630
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  • Device server
  • 100Mb LAN
  • RS-232
  • RS-422
  • RS-485
  • rail mountable
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  • Device server
  • 100Mb LAN
  • RS-232
  • RS-422
  • RS-485
  • rail mountable
Remote access to serial devices across your LAN/WAN. Enables you to monitor a serial industrial device from your office. Configure a device troubleshoot upgrade firmware and more. Rugged design for operation in a wide temperature range. UL Listed for use in Class 1 Division 2 hazardous areas. NEMA TS-2 rated for use in transportation applications. Offers direct IP virtual COM port or paired modes of operation. Features a DB9 port and terminal block for serial connections. Equipped with a 10-/100-Mbps port for LAN/WAN connectivity. Built-in Web server for browser-based management. Includes easy-to-use configuration software. Boasts high throughput with low latency. Slim IP30 enclosure saves on DIN rail space. Communicate easily with an RS-232 RS-422 or RS-485 serial device via your LAN or WAN with the rugged and compact 1-Port Hardened Serial Server from Black Box. It's just what you need to improve productivity and cut down on the amount of time required to configure or troubleshoot a serial device located on a factory floor or in a remote location. Eliminate visits to a distant site just to make a minor change to a configuration. You can do all this from the comfort of your office using an Ethernet LAN or WAN connection or even from home via a standard Web connection. A simple-to-install user-friendly Web configuration software application enables programming through a browser connection. No time-consuming setup is required. Set it up to operate in one of three modes In Direct IP Mode you use TCP/IP or UDP/IP to communicate directly with the serial device. In Virtual COM Mode you can communicate with the device via your network just as if the device was connected to a physical COM port. In Paired Mode mUL tiple serial devices can communicate with one another using network tunneling (more than one 1-Port Hardened Serial Server is required). The Hardened Serial Server has a standard DB9 serial port and a removable terminal block for the RS-232 RS-422 or RS-485 device connection and an autodetecting 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX port for a CAT5 connection to your Ethernet network. Plus for reliable operation the serial server offers a heartbeat connection which detects any TCP communication failures and sends out signals every five seconds until the system is reconnected.