New from Paqworks is Moxa's family of wireless serial device servers consisting of three products, the 4-port NPort W2004, 2-port W2250 and 1-port W2150.
All three products support RS-232/422/485 for a 3-in-1 serial interface, allowing users to connect types of serial devices to a WiFi 802.11g/b wireless LAN.
Moxa's wireless device servers are ideal for connecting serial devices to a network in hard-to-wire environments.
In addition to the wireless interface, Moxa's wireless device servers also have an RJ45 Ethernet port that can be used as an Ethernet console port.
The Ethernet port provides a backup data transmission route that springs into action when the wireless connection encounters too much interference, giving users a more stable and reliable wireless device server solution.
Moxa's wireless device servers provide a safe, remote management function that allows network and device managers to use https from a standard web browser or use SSH terminal software to configure the device from a remote host.
In addition, the WEP 64-bit/128-bit wireless safety standard is used to password protect your data during data transmission and device management.
Several operation modes, including TCP server/client mode, UDP server/client mode, Real COM mode and pair connection mode are standard features making Moxa's wireless device servers suitable for a wide range of applications including industrial automation, medical, security, POS/retail and building automation.