Newport iServer connects anything to Ethernet
Third generation Newport iServer MicroServer uses a 32-Bit Microprocessor based on ARM technology with 72 MHz speed and connects anything to Ethernet.
The core of the 3rd Generation Newport iServer MicroServer is a 32-bit microprocessor based on ARM technology with 72 MHz speed. Company says the device remains the simplest, easiest, most economical way to put anything on the network, without writing
The new iServer is built on one of the fastest, highly featured microprocessor found in any device of this kind, Newport says. Some features include: 10/100 Ethernet, dynamic Web server, full IP stack, Modbus protocol support, email notifications, SNMP traps, programmable I/Os, firmware upgrade over Ethernet, and authentication and access restrictions for security.
Three versions are:
1. Embedded MicroServer for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to network enable their products.
2. The Industrial MicroServer mounts on a standard DIN rail.
3. The wall-mount MicroServer for most commercial and IT applications.
Newport iServer MicroServer
- Edited by Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief, Control Engineering News Desk, www.controleng.com
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