Comtrol DeviceMaster Serial Hub 16-Port DB9 RoHS

Mfg.Part: 99460-2 | CDW Part: 1096661 | UNSPSC: 43222630
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  • port Serial Hub DB9
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Comtrol DeviceMaster Serial Hub 16-Port DB9 RoHS
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Main Features
  • port Serial Hub DB9
The Comtrol DeviceMaster Serial Hub 16-Port network enables up to 16 serial communications devices. When used with the included NS-Link driver software and a host PC, the DeviceMaster Serial Hub enables placement of COM or TTY ports anywhere on an Ethernet network or across the Internet. In applications where connecting legacy serial devices to a PC without software changes is a requirement, a pair of DeviceMaster Serial Hub units can be used to create a point-to-point serial tunnel across the network that seamlessly transfers serial data via TCP or UDP socket connections. The product is fully compliant with the
RoHS Directive.

RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC compliant
No serial cable distance limitations”enables communication between a host PC and serial devices located anywhere across an Ethernet network
RS-232 serial interface on DB9 serial ports”providing increased shielding in noisy electrical environments
Application compatibility”supports native COM, TTY, or TCP/IP Socket communication modes
Web-based configuration”makes setup and management changes quick and easy
Real-time e-mail event notification”alerts administrator of potential connection and security issues
Rugged metal housing”enables panel and 1U rack mount
Temperature rated for extreme conditions”operating temperature of -37° to 74°C enables DeviceMaster to function in a wide variety of harsh environments
PortVision® remote monitoring and management”automatically locates
DeviceMasters on the network and enables the user to view status, update firmware, and resolve issues remotely