New Serial to Ethernet Device Server Specifically Designed for Industrial Automation Markets

Aaxeon Technologies is pleased to announce the release of their newest rugged high speed 4-port serial to Ethernet device server. The STE-6104C-T unit allows almost any serial device to be connected to a new or existing Ethernet network giving the user the ability to easily monitor, manage and control industrial automation field devices remotely.

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Serial to Ethernet, Device Server, Industrial Ethernet

STE-6104C-T Serial to Ethernet Device Server

Specifically designed for conjunction with PLCs, HMIs,... the STE-6104C-T serial device server is the perfect choice for any industrial automation application.

Brea, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

The STE-6104C-T, serial to Ethernet device server has flexible configuration options enabling it to be setup over Ethernet by Telnet, Web browser, Serial console, or other utilities. It is packaged in a rugged metal housing for DIN rail or wall mount with 9-48VDC wide power input range, and has a wide operating temperature of -40° C to 80° C for harsher environments.

The STE-6104C-T comes equipped with Virtual COM software that provides existing Windows based applications to access a serial device by mapping to a remote serial server via Ethernet. It is also used as a field device to connect Ethernet through TCP/IP protocol directly

Specifically designed for conjunction with PLCs, HMIs, Barcode Scanners, Data Terminals, Electronic Kanbans, Shop Floor Control Systems, and Pick-to-Light Systems, the STE-6104C-T serial device server is the perfect choice for any industrial automation application.

For more information on Aaxeon’s STE-6104C-T model, please visit their website at http://www.aaxeon.com.

About Aaxeon Technologies, LLC

Aaxeon is a developer and supplier of Device Networking and Industrial Communication products. Aaxeon's main focus is to be a leading supplier of products and solutions into the rapidly growing markets of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) and Industrial Ethernet.