Artila Serial-to-Ethernet Gateway Enables Web-based Monitor and Control

Artila Electronics Co., Ltd., an emerging force in the industrial device networking field, announced its new mini-mighty Serial-to-Ethernet Gateway — the Aport-211W, which incorporates Artila’s unique Web@Module technology enabling RS-232/422/485 serial devices to be monitored and controlled through standard Web browsers, anywhere, anytime, without the need to install dedicated application software.

The Aport-211W provides a transparent data channel between a serial device and the TCP/IP network, making the serial device accessible using standard TCP/IP protocols. The Aport-211W can function as a TCP server, TCP client, or even a UDP node on a network.

In addition, the Aport-211W comes with its own mini-web server, plus 64KB of Flash memory space to store user web pages. With convenient Java applet or ActiveX controls, users can easily implement simple browser-based device monitoring and control.

The Aport-211W also provides eight TTL-compatible, digital I/O pins by means of its command port, allowing users to perform remote On/Off controls through LAN/WAN.

Locate, configure, and manage all Aport-211Ws on the same network segment with the included powerful Windows utility. For users who need to integrate management functions with their own application software, a pre-defined ASCII command set is available to fully manage the Aport-211W’s controls.

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About Artila
Artila Electronics Co., Ltd. is an emerging force in the industrial computer field, dedicated to minimizing mass while maximizing utility. Unlike other industrial computer providers in the market who mainly use x86 plus Windows solutions, Artila focuses on ARM-core RISC CPU with embedded Linux solutions, matched with Artila’s 10 plus years of experience in RS-232/422/485 industrial communication and TCP/IP networking. Artila’s product range consists of Serial-to-Ethernet embedded modules, ARM9/Linux box computers, and ARM9/Linux SOMs (system-on-modules).