NetBurner, Inc. introduced its newest Serial to Ethernet Server, the amazingly powerful, versatile and portable SB800 EX. This model converts tried-and-true serial interface devices into modern Ethernet-enabled technology.
Each NetBurner SB800EX allows users to securely and remotely access serial devices as if they were plugged directly into their computer, with no programming or development required. Optional integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi offers even greater flexibility for remote applications and cable-free installations. The SB800EX is extremely secure, featuring SSL/TLS, HTTPS, and SSH security, so there’s no need to worry about the safety of data or controls.
Since the hardware is preprogrammed to convert serial data to Ethernet, the SB800 EX can be used right out of the box. However, if users are looking to create custom applications, they need look no further than the NetBurner Network Development Kit found on the SB800 EX product page.
Kits enable customisation of any aspect of operation including dynamic web pages, data filtering, data logging or custom network applications. This new product will allow engineers and developers to take a leap when creating bespoke secure wireless networking projects with critical serial interface assets.
Highlights of the SB800 EX Serial to Ethernet device include:
- 2 Serial Ports jumperless configuration
- RS-232, RS-455 and RS-485 baud rates up to 921,600 bps
- 10/100Mbps Ethernet
- TCP/UDP/Telnet and DHCP/Static IP modes
- Flash card interface for data logging (with dev kit)
- Real-time Clock
- Custom packetisation of serial data
- The ability to create a serial tunnel or transparent IP connection with two serial devices
- Industrial Operating Temperature: -40° to 85° C
- and more….
This new product allows current NetBurner SB72EX and SB700EX users to easily upgrade and also offers the opportunity to rebrand with a custom product label. For more information, including a full list of features, options, configurations and associated kits, check out the SB800 EX product page or contact NetBurner with additional questions or for support.