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RS232 Ports: 4RS485 Ports: 2RS422 Ports: 2
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The eNET-432 is a 4-port Ethernet to Serial converter, having 4 x RS232 ports via 9-way D-type connectors and 2 x RS422/485 ports via screw terminals. Easy to configure via any web browser and can be used with free Windows Virtual Serial port software.
The eNET-432 is a 4-port Serial to Ethernet converter with 2 x RS232 port and 2 x RS232/RS485 ports (total of 4 ports) . It can network-enable your serial devices, such as weigh scales, PLCs, Data acquisition systems, point of sale, bar code scanners, access control systems, gas meters, printers - anything!Connect it to your network via a standard RJ45 connector, set-up its' IP address and TCP port number and you are away. With the supplied Virtual Com port software you can simply communicate with your serial device as if it were connected to the back of your PC. Programmers can communicate directly with the eCOV-100 using standard TCP/IP protocols.A pair of eNET-432's can be set up in Client-Server mode where they will send RS232 data between each other without any PC intervention.SoftwareeNET.exe is a simple tool to detect and configure the installed e-NET Ethernet Converter. eNET.exe allows you to set the IP address and TCP/IP port to suit your Network. Users can then use any web-browser to configure the advanced settings of e-NET hardware such as Baud rate, socket port, serial I/O and etc.VirtualSerialPort Console is a COM port redirection software application for Windows PC platforms. Its function is to re-direct customer application data destined for a local serial (COM) port on a PC. Rather than going out the local port, the data is transmitted across the Ethernet network using TCP/IP. The eDIO attached to the network receives the data and presents it on its serial port. Conversely, data into the serial port of the eDIO-100 is sent back to the customer application via the network to the VirtualSerialPort Console software. The VirtualSerialPort Console software then presents the data to the customer application as if it were from a local serial COM port.One of the main objectives of the VirtualSerialPort Console is to eliminate the need for a customer to modify their application. If the application knows how to connect to a local serial port, it can by default talk to a remote serial port on a device server using the VirtualSerialPort Console software. No understanding of how to develop networking software is required.
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