SeaLINK Ethernet serial servers offer the easiest way to connect RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 serial devices to your Ethernet network. All SeaLINK devices use industry standard TCP/IP protocol enabling any host to access serial ports as virtual COM ports. Designed using a powerful embedded microprocessor, SeaLINK products are able to communicate over multiple ports at sustained data rates up to 230K bps.

SeaLINK Ethernet Serial Servers are available with one, two, four, eight or sixteen serial ports. Depending on the number of ports, models are available with DB9 connectors, RJ45 Connectors or DB9 to Screw Terminals adapters.

Sealevel's SeaLINK software drivers and utilities make installation and operation easy using Microsoft Windows operating systems. After software installation, the serial ports appear as virtual COM ports to the host machine. Standard serial operating calls are transparently redirected to the SeaLINK Serial Server, guaranteeing compatibility with legacy serial devices and enabling backward compatibility with existing software. Alternatively TCP/IP aware applications can communicate directly with the device servers using raw data socket mode, eliminating the need for a devices driver. Serial tunneling between two device servers is also supported, allowing two native serial devices to communicate over an Ethernet network.

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