Quatech (DPAC)
Quatech (DPAC)
Quatech's data connectivity product line includes a wide variety of interface adapters for desktop, laptop, thin client, and embedded systems.
  • Press Releases from Quatech (DPAC)
  • Dual Band Industrial Wireless Access Point with Built-in Serial Device Server Dual Band Industrial Wireless Access Point with Built-in Serial Device Server: The AirborneM2MTM APXN-Q5428 Access Point enables M2M equipment to create a self-sufficient Wi-Fi network. The APXN-Q5428 provides easy access to equipment data or resources from WiFi enabled devices, including laptops, tablets and handhelds powered by Android, iOS, or Windows... more
  • Linux Support for USB to Serial Adapters Linux Support for USB to Serial Adapters: Quatech have released updated Linux driver support for their range of USB to Serial adapters. The new version 2.10 driver is designed to work with Linux distributions based on kernel 2.6. The driver is primarily designed for Fedora FC2 and Suse 9.1 and supports Quatech complete range of USB to Serial adapters.... more
  • Serial Port Surge Suppression Serial Port Surge Suppression: Surges and spikes on datalines can fry your communications boards and corrupt data. Surge Suppressors divert excess energy away from the port being protected into a ground connection. Interworld Electronics can supply a range of communications boards that include Transient Voltage Suppressors on board.... more
  • Multi-Protocol RS-422/485 and RS-232/422/485 Ethernet Serial Servers Multi-Protocol RS-422/485 and RS-232/422/485 Ethernet Serial Servers: Interworld Electronics has released Quatech’s Multi-Protocol RS-422/485 and RS-232/422/485 Ethernet Serial Device Servers to expand the popular range of RS-232 Ethernet Serial Device Servers release in March 2003. These devices provide native serial ports via an Ethernet-based interface using a number of standard protocols including TCP/IP and HTTP.... more
  • Need serial ports for your laptop? Need serial ports for your laptop?: Laptop computers usually have only one serial port and many of the latest models do not have any serial ports at all. For laptop and handheld computers, USB provides a way to connect a varied array of peripherals to the system, and to share those devices with a desktop computer.... more