Compared with a single serial port server, a multi-serial port server has multiple serial ports, which requires more performance and functions of the main CPU. This is also the reason why many manufacturers only have a single serial port server and no multi-serial port server. Next, we will introduce you in detail what is a multi-serial port server? And multi-serial port server classification and features! If you are interested, please come and have a look!
- What is a multi-serial port server?
Multi-serial port server is a converter between multiple asynchronous serial ports RS232/422/485 and Ethernet. It is an independent intelligent device with CPU and embedded OS and complete TCP/IP protocol stack. Complete bidirectional transparent transmission of data between RS232/422/485 and Ethernet, allowing multiple RS232/422/485 serial devices to connect to the network immediately.
What is a multi-serial server?
- Classification of multi-serial port servers
- 2-port serial server: For example: N220
- 4-port serial server: For example: N340, N340D-P
- 8-port serial server: For example: N380D-M
- 16-port serial server: For example: N316
- Features of multi-serial port server
Supports dynamic IP (DHCP) and static IP, supports gateways and proxy servers, and can transmit data through the Internet. Provide two-way transparent transmission of data, realize serial port to TCP/IP function, users do not need to make any modifications to the original system. Internal integration of ARP, IP, TCP, HTTP, ICMP, SOCKET, UDP and other protocols. All programs provide a full English interface, there is a setup wizard, and you can use it as long as you can use a computer.