Lantronix UDS1100, 10/100/1000Base-T(X), 9 – 30 V, SNMP, Telnet, HTTP,
ARP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, Telnet, TFTP, AutoIP, DHCP, HTTP, SNMP TCP, UDP, Telnet,
TFTP, LAN, 72 × 95 × 23 mm
Lantronix UDS1100. Technologie kabeláže: 10/100/1000Base-T(X). Vstupní
napětí: 9 – 30 V. Protokoly pro management: SNMP, Telnet, HTTP.
Podporované síťové protokoly: ARP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, Telnet, TFTP, AutoIP,
DHCP, HTTP, SNMP TCP, UDP, Telnet, TFTP. LED indikátory: LAN
- Network virtually any device in minutes
- Access, monitor and control equipment over Ethernet
- Replace dedicated PCs and/or modem lines with fast and reliable Ethernet
- Configure quickly and easily via HTTP, DHCP, Telnet, serial or Lantronix
- Supports RS232, RS422 and RS485 communications
- Environmentally-friendly RoHS and WEEE compliant
- Small enough to place almost anywhere
- Features TruPort Com port control technology (also see UDS2100)
- Power over Ethernet (PoE) model available
- Meets the newest UL 864 9th Edition standards
Device networking is what powers M2M (machine to machine) communication. The UDS
family of external device servers enables users to connect, manage and control
just about any piece of equipment with a serial port from virtually anywhere
over Ethernet or the Internet.
With the UDS1100, virtually any piece of equipment can be added to an Ethernet
network in a matter of minutes! This single-port external device server is a
quick, simple and inexpensive way to bring the advantages of remote management
to equipment not currently connected to a network.
And with the UL 864 listing, fire and alarm panel equipment manufactures can
easily add networking capabilities to their existing UL 864-listed products
without the need to reapply to UL.
Extending Serial to Ethernet Communications Across the Globe
Our approach to network-enabling devices is transparent to your attached
equipment and software so you won’t need to change the way you work. Using a
method called serial tunneling, the UDS1100 encapsulates serial data into
packets and transports it over Ethernet. Serial tunneling can be done in two
- Using Lantronix supplied Com Port Redirector software, Windows device
applications not designed for network communications are re-directed to
communicate to devices connected to the UDS1100.
- Connecting two UDS1100 device servers configured to automatically talk to each
other over the network creates virtual serial to Ethernet connections that can
extend serial communications across a facility or around the world.
The built-in web server enables users to access and configure the UDS1100 from a
standard web browser.
Web pages enabling the UDS1100 to be customized for unique applications can be
built using Lantronix development tools. On-board Flash memory provides room for
future system software upgrades and maintenance-free, non-volatile web page
Easy to Set Up and Use
The UDS1100 can be set up locally through its serial port, or remotely using
Telnet or a web browser. The included DeviceInstaller Windows-based
configuration software simplifies setup and provides an easy way to:
- Assign IP & other network specific addresses
- Load custom web pages
- Enable web-based configuration of the device server
- Ping or query the attached device(s) over the network
- View specific device data files
- Upgrade firmware
In modem emulation mode, the UDS is used to replace dial-up modems. The unit
accepts modem AT commands on the serial port. It then establishes a network
connection to the end device, leveraging network connections and bandwidth to
eliminate dedicated modems and phone lines. The PoE version enables you to also
take advantage of network connectivity in areas without power outlets.
Total Com Port Control with TruPort Technology
Built into the included Com Port Redirector software, TruPort technology enables
Windows-based applications to access and control serial ports on the UDS1100 as
if they were actually local PC serial ports. The application can monitor and set
hardware pins on the UDS1100 serial ports as well as access serial buffers for
total Com port control. This allows existing applications to seamlessly
transition from controlling local devices to true remote monitoring and control
of devices around the world.