Titan NetCom 413 PRO

Description:

NetCom 413 PRO is an industrial-strength network-based serial device server for connecting one RS232/422/485 device like CNC, PLC, weighting scale, scanner and other devices directly to a network running TCP/IP. NetCom 413 PRO provides completely secured communication for configuration and to the attached serial device, this is implemented by openVPN tunnel software. Further a serial port can control a modem for Dial-In and -Out via PPP. In addition to allowing serial devices to get networked, any host (PC Server or Workstation) without network access can also access remote serial device via adding NetCom devices to the existing serial port. NetCom 413 PRO can be configured over Driver Panels, WEB Browser, serial Port, Telnet, SNMP and serves as a transparent serial channel without platform and distance limitation.

Feautres:

  • Controls 4 RS232/422/485 device located virtually anywhere via Ethernet or Internet
  • Secure encryption on Ethernet
  • Lan interface 10BaseT/100BaseTx Ethernet
  • Driver automaticlly finds NetCom devices in the network
  • Configuration over Driver Panels, serial Port, Telnet, WEB Browser, SNMP
  • Automatic mode switching between Driver and Raw Mode
  • Supports TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, DHCP, ICMP, HTTP, SNMP V1/2c/3, DNS, PPP, openVPN
  • Supports ART (Automatic Receive Transmit control)
  • RS232/422/485 interface selectable by Switches and Software

Specification:

Hardware
  Processor ARM 9 166 MHz
  I/O controller 16C950 or compatible
  Memory 16MB SDRAM, 2 MB Flash
  Connector type RJ45 for Ethernet, DSUB 9 male for serial Port
Interface
  Ethernet interface Auto-detecting 10BaseT/100BaseTx
  Protocols TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, PPP, DHCP, ICMP, HTTP, LPD, SNMP V1/2c/3, DNS
  Serial interface RS232/422/485 selected by software or DIP-switch
  No. of port 4, Speed up to 3.6 Mbps
  Available Modes RS232 full duplex RS422 full duplex RS485 4 wire, full duplex RS485 2 wire, half duplex, with echo RS485 2 wire, half duplex, without echo
  Signals RS232 TxD,RxD, RTS,CTS, DTR,DSR, DCD, RI, GND RS422 Tx+/-, Rx+/-, GND RS485 2 wire Data+/-, GND RS485 4 wire Tx+/-, Rx+/-, GND
  RS485 Data control Controlled by ART (Automatic Receive Transmit control) or RTS
Performance
  Speed RS232: up to 921.6 kbps RS422/485: up to 3.6Mbps
  Parity None, even, odd, space, mark
  Data bits 5, 6, 7, 8
  Stop bits 1, 1.5, 2
  IRQ None
  I/O address None
Operating Modes
  Driver mode VScom Driver for Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP and 2003, Vista Driver Mode creates virtual Com port
  TCP Raw Server Raw data transfer over TCP/IP. Accepts multiple incoming connections
  TCP Raw Client Raw data transfer over TCP/IP. Connects to multiple hosts or devices waiting for incoming connections
  TCP Advanced Settings Special settings for user-defined modes
  UDP Mode Raw data transfer by UDP. The NetCom is client and server at the same time. Timeout functionality, maximum packet size and a configurable trigger string define the packets of incoming data to send over UDP.
  Null Modem Tunnel Connecting two NetCom used as virtual null modem cable
  IP Modem The serial port emulates a standard modem. Operates by AT-commands, and dials to IP-Addresses instead of phone numbers. Windows "INF"-Driver provided for installation.
  Print Server The NetCom accepts print jobs, and spools them to the attached serial printer. Operates as of RFC1197, similar to the line printer daemon in Unix-systems
  PPP net A Modem attached to a serial port provides Dial-In/-Out. This allows access to the serial ports without a dedicated Ethernet connection.
Power and Environment
  Power requirements 9 - 30V DC, 500mA @ 12V
  Power supply Adapter 12V DC, 1A. Connected by Terminal block
  Dimension 167 x 99 x 29 mm (W×L×H) 189 x 102 x 30 mm with DB9 connector & DIN rail mounting kit
  Operating Temp 0°C - 60 °C
  Storage Temp -20°C - 85°C
  Case SECC sheet metal (1mm)
  Weight 0.4kg
Special Features
  Installation Configuration utility automatically finds NetCom devices in the network
  Operating mode Automatic mode switching between Driver and TCP RAW mode. With TCP Advanced settings it is possible to configure the NetCom for using it in multiple modes, so it decides automatically which mode should be used
  PPP Access Dial-In to a modem attached to a serial port using Point to Point Protocol. TCP/IP is transported over the serial line, allowing access to configuration and the serial ports, even without Ethernet. A Dial-Out option is also provided.
  Configuration Configuration over Driver Panels, NetCom Manager, WEB Browser, serial console, Telnet, SNMP
  SNMP special VScom MIB included
  ART Automatic Receive Transmit control for RS485
  DNS Domain Name Server support
  Serial interface Serial Interface configurable with DIP switch and by software
  Firewall Special precautions for Firewall environments
  Firmware Firmware update over WEB Browser, Telnet, ComPort
  LEDs LEDs for Power, serial Tx, Rx, Ethernet Link, Speed
Security
  Password access Every capabilities of configuration use the same password including SNMP V3
  Secure communication OpenVPN tunnel provides security on Ethernet. The tunnel protects the configuration as well as all serial data. It is also usable across the Internet. Strong encryption by AES up to 256 bit keys
Approvals
  EMC FCC Class A, CE Class A
  Environment RoHS