StarTech.com 2 Port Serial-to-IP Ethernet Device Server - RS232 - Metal

Mfg. Part: NETRS2322P | CDW Part: 4135502 | UNSPSC: 43222630
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Product Details
  • Connect configure and manage two remote RS232 serial devices over an IP network
  • 2 Port Serial-to-IP Ethernet Device Server
  • RS232
  • Metal and Mountable
  • Serial Device Server / RS232 Serial-Over-IP
  • Serial to Ethernet Converter
  • Easily mount to a wall or to a surface
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Main Features
  • Connect configure and manage two remote RS232 serial devices over an IP network
  • 2 Port Serial-to-IP Ethernet Device Server
  • RS232
  • Metal and Mountable
  • Serial Device Server / RS232 Serial-Over-IP
  • Serial to Ethernet Converter
  • Easily mount to a wall or to a surface
  • Two DB9 RS232 serial ports
  • Metal housing for rugged durability / Redundant power input keeps the device server up-and-running during power dips
  • Extended operating temperature range
Connect, configure and manage two remote RS232 serial devices, over an IP network. This 2-port serial device server is a cost-effective way to remotely connect to and manage two serial devices over your typical IP network. The device server integrates two RS232 ports into a rugged metal housing with an extended operating temperature range, so it's perfect for factory and industrial settings.

If you're looking for a reliable serial-over-IP control solution, then this device server can help. With a rugged metal housing and an extended operating temperature range, you can rest assured that the device server can deliver the reliable performance you need, even in harsh environments.

Plus, it features two integrated mounting brackets, so you can mount the device server to a surface or a wall as needed, for out-of-the-way installations.

With redundant power input, this dual-port serial device server ensures seamless operation, even in the event of power dips or failures. It features a wide-range, terminal block power input (9~36V DC), and includes a universal power adapter.

Because it features two power inputs, if you experience a power disruption the device server automatically switches to its secondary power source. With redundant power input, the device server remains operational if one of the power sources fails, so you can continue to connect to and manage your serial devices when needed.

This highly customizable device server is easy to configure to suit your application. For easy setup, Windows users can use the provided Virtual COM port software, or the versatile Web-based interface.

The RS232 device server supports Telnet (an operating system independent communication protocol), so it can be integrated into mixed OS environments (Windows, Mac, Linux). Plus, it supports VCOM, TCP, ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, and BOOTP protocols.

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