1~16 ports Ethernet to Serial Device Server
The new NetCom Plus Servers are the modern family of VScom Serial Device Server series. Using the proven protocol and driver of the long-known NetCom models, customers installations directly support the NetCom+
Occasionally the NetCom Plus names are written as NetCom+
Additionally to the classic operation as Serial Device Server the NetCom+
provide an option for secure Remote Access via Internet. This option uses the system of viaVPN
for simple installation and easy usage. Instead of a multi-step configuration of OpenVPN and on PCs using that, viaVPN
provides for a short-step Client Utility and Cloud Servers to allow Firewall-friendly operation with minimum configuration. By that the remote access provides for monitoring of the operation, possible re-configuration and also the use of standard functionalities.
They use a state-of-the-art RISC processor, are very flexible in configuration and easy to use. The modern hardware results in low-power and cost-effective designs with a wide range of power supply and communication options. All models allow to add an internal Wireless LAN interface 802.11b/g/n, with function as Access Point to support Windows 7 and later versions.
The serial ports operate as RS232 or RS232/422/485, controlled via Gigabit Ethernet. The mode is easily configured as common by a DIP switch, or individually by software configuration. Certain
USB modules can extend the number of serial ports. This way users get isolated serial ports or extend the number to 16/24/32 ports.
The NetCom Plus devices with PoE may get power supply via the Ethernet cable. They use the IEEE 802.3af specifications and present as Class 0 powered devices.