- Easy IP address configuration with LCD panel
- 10/100M auto-sensing Ethernet
- 4 RS-232 serial ports
- Built-in 15 KV ESD surge protection for all serial signals
- Versatile socket operation modes, including TCP Server, TCP Client, and UDP
- Choice of configuration methods: Web console, Telnet console, and Windows utility
- SNMP MIB-II for network management
Moxa NPort 5410 device servers can conveniently and transparently connect up to four RS232 serial devices to an Ethernet, allowing you to network your existing serial devices with only basic configuration. Data transmission between the serial and Ethernet interfaces is bi-directional. By using NPort device servers, you not only protect your current hardware investment, but also allow for future network expansion. You can both centralize the management of your serial devices, and distribute management hosts over the network.
Independent Operation Mode for Each Serial Port
NPort® 5410 device servers can be used to connect different devices for remote data polling or event handling over a TCP/IP network. Each serial port on the NPort® 5410 operates independently to provide maximum versatility. For example, port 1 can operate in Driver mode, port 2 in TCP Server mode, and ports 3 and 4 in TCP Client mode.
User-friendly LCD Panel for Easy Installation
An LCD panel is built into the NPort® 5410’s top panel, with four buttons for data input, configuration, and operation mode selection. The LCD panel displays the server name, serial number, and IP address, and it can be used to enter or modify parameters such as IP address, netmask, and gateway. (LCD panel is not available on wide-temperature models.)
Dual DC Power Inputs
NPort® 5410 device servers support dual power sources by providing both a DC terminal block input and a DC power jack input. Providing two types of power inputs gives users greater flexibility for use with different applications.