Device Server NPort 5610-16

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16-port RS-232 rackmount device server with RJ45 connectors and 100-240 VAC power input

- Standard 19-inch rackmount size
- Easy IP address configuration with LCD panel (excluding wide-temperature models)
- Configure by Telnet, web browser, or Windows utility
- Socket modes: TCP server, TCP client, UDP
- SNMP MIB-II for network management
- Universal high-voltage range: 100 to 240 VAC or 88 to 300 VDC
- Popular low-voltage ranges: ±48 VDC (20 to 72 VDC, -20 to -72 VDC)

 

Introduction

Moxa NPort 5610-16 rackmount device server can conveniently and transparently connect up to 16 serial RS232 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.

 

19-Inch Rackmount Device Server

NPort® 5610-16 device servers come with Tx/Rx LEDs for the serial ports on the front panel, and 8 or 16 RJ45 serial port connectors on the rear panel. This makes the NPort® 5610-16 device servers suitable for a standard 19-inch rackmount, allowing you to simplify operational, maintenance, and administrative tasks.

 

Real COM/TTY Ports

Real COM/TTY drivers are provided to make the serial ports on the NPort® 5610-16 recognizable as Real COM ports by Windows, or Real TTY ports by Linux. In addition to supporting basic data transmission and reception, the NPort® drivers also support the RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR, and DCD control signals.

 

LED Indicators to Ease Your Maintenance Tasks

The System LED, serial Tx/Rx LEDs, and Ethernet LEDs (located on the RJ45 connector) provide a great tool for basic maintenance tasks and help engineers analyze problems in the field. The LEDs not only indicate current system and network status, but they also help field engineers monitor the status of attached serial devices.