The XPress DR-IAP Device Servers allow virtually any serial device to be connected to a new or existing Ethernet network. By encapsulating serial data and transporting it over Ethernet, the DR-IAP allows virtual serial links to be established over Ethernet. By using these units, limited-distance, point-to-point, direct serial connections can now be extended within the plant, throughout the facility, or across the global enterprise.
|Frequency Band||Packaged in a rugged DIN-rail mount caseWindows 95/98/ME/NT/2000-based configuration software simplifies initial setupConfigurable serial interface supports RS-232, RS-422, or RS-4859-30VDC/9-24VAC power input|
|Data/Stop Bit||8 Data Bit8|
|Management||SNMP Telnet HTTP (web browser)|
|Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports||2|
|Power Consumption||3 W Maximum|
|Temperature||32F (0C) to 140F (60C) Operating|
|Humidity||20 to 90% Non-condensing Relative Humidity Operating|
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