Serial Server with Power-over-Ethernet
legacy equipment to full LAN operation.
Eliminate power supply and cord clutter.
Benefits of PoE
Using PoE, power is injected by the Ethernet switch, or an Ethernet midspan
device onto the Ethernet cable itself.
With PoE, specially designed Ethernet devices can draw their power through the
Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for separate wall transformers and power
B&B Electronics has adopted PoE technology and is
advancing its application by using Power-over-Ethernet to power both the ethernet
serial servers and the serial device itself.
Selectable power: While these units comply fully with the IEEE 802.3af standard
governing PoE transmissions, there is no standard for the power to serial devices
such as bar code scanners, slip printers or other devices. This creates a challenge
for the system integrator, VAR, OEM and customer. To counter this, variable
voltage levels are built into the serial servers, selectable by switch or the
built-in web server (PESV1A only).
They can meet virtually any DC voltage requirement, with
power up to 4 W.
- Building automation/security
- Convenience store/gas station
- Telecom VoIP
- RJ45 10/100BaseT auto-sensing interfaces
- Supports the IEEE 802.3af standard for Power-over-Ethernet
- Simple plug & play operation
- Single RS-232, DB9 serial interface
- Adjustable output power: 4 W, selectable at 5,
9 or 12 VDC (PESV1A)
- Compact size: PES1A: 3.8 x 1.7 x 0.9 in, PESV1A:
5.1 x 3.3 x 1.1 in
- LAN interface: IEEE 802.3af
- 10/100 Mbps auto-detecting: 10BaseT, 100BaseTX
- Protocols supported: TCP, IP, ARP, DHCP, Telnet,
HTTP, UDP, ICMP
LAN: RJ45 - 8 pin
Serial: DB9 male
Power output: terminal block
- LEDs: Power (PESV1A), Ethernet connections, LAN
link, data activity
- Operating temperature: 0° to 60° C
- Management: Console port, Telnet, web
- Client software: Virtual COM port driver, manager
- Communication mode: Virtual COM port mode, direct
IP mode, pair mode
- Power input: 48 VDC
*** Patent Pending ***