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  • Using the ABLELink Serial Server with an OCS
    This application note shows how to get CscapeTM to talk to an OCS without an Ethernet Port via Ethernet. Figure 1 shows the ABLELink GW21R Dual Port Industrial Serial Server and the GW21E Single Port Serial Server that this application note refers to. The ABLELink allows a serial device
  • Bringing the Web to the factory
    a standard RS-232/485 serial port or a fieldbus adapter. One additional advantage of this approach is that thin servers often come with development packages that
  • Customer Spotlight - Relio TM Patient Monitoring System
    A nationwide provider of healthcare equipment used in hospitals needed a serial I/O intensive computing solution for the redesign of a critical care monitoring system. In their application, a monitoring device provides patient information via RS-485 that must be received and archived by a central
  • Configuring DT8x Data Loggers to Interface with Maple Displays via Modbus
    on the serial sensor port only) and MODBUS_SERVER for the appropriate port to set the bus address of the logger. After the data logger has been configured using one of the above options, the final configuration step is to set-up the Maple display. Like the logger, the display can be configured as a Modbus
  • Computer Power User Article - 3Gbps SATA Hard Drives
    hard drive technology is because SATA II was temporarily the name of the SATA-IO (Serial ATA International Organization), the working group responsible for developing the SATA spec. Of course, SATA II will probably stick around for a while as a blanket term for hard drives with 3Gbps signaling rates
  • Case Study: PSCUFS Implements Avocent Solutions for Data Center Overhaul
    . PSCUFS's access to serial devices also came under scrutiny. Access to equipment such as switches, firewalls and routers was only achieved through at-the-rack connections to the console port of each device.
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Taiwan's Alcor Micro announces USB-based smart-card chip TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan's Alcor Micro Corp. here unveiled what the company claims is the world's first single-chip, smart-card reader chip. The new controller, called the AU9510, combines a smart card reader function, a Universal Serial Bus

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