Brainbox ES-257 Ethernet to Serial Device Server

Brainbox ES-257 Ethernet to Serial Device Server 2 x RS232

Brainboxes
Scan code: LN37204 Manufacturer code: ES-257 Request call
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Product Overview Ethernet to Serial device server providing access to two RS232 serial ports. Up to 230,400 data transfer rates, coupled with 1Mbit/s line drivers deliver uncompromising performance. Brainboxes’s ES range provides a simple, instant cable replacement providing network integration. Features • 10/100Base TX Ethernet port.
• User friendly interface, simple to use, powerful in operation.
• Web configuration and RFC2217 compliant interface for non-Windows users.
• Rugged metal enclosure.
• LED status indication.
Specifications
Specifications
Interface LAN (10/100)
Connectivity 2 x RS232
Warranty

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Only initial testing so far It was easy to setup and worked fine, it's been shipped along with our kit after setting it's new fixed IP so hopefully it'll still work once connected at the other end. No issues so far though 04 April 2014
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