Digi One™SP – IP-enable any access control device with a serial port easily and cost effectively
Companies around the world utilise access control panels to regulate building entrances. Many of these systems were implemented before Ethernet networks were commonplace. As companies rely more and more on the Ethernet to manage real-time security data, the need to Ethernet-enable existing security devices increase.
Dig One SP device server is ideal to connect access control panels or other security equipment to the TCP/IP network easily and cost effectively. Within a small form factor, the Digi One SP offers a full range of TCP/IP protocols to manage the device and integrate with your application as well as 10/100 Base-T Ethernet support and baud rates up to 230kbps.
Modem emulation allows you to instantly replace an existing dial up connection with one connected across the corporate network or internet. Digi One SP can draw power directly from access control panels, eliminating the need for external power supply-a potential point of failure. Its small form factor enables the Digi One SP to fit inside control panel enclosures.
- Easy configuration using installation CD
- Web-based configuration
- Patented Digi RealPort® technology for COM or TTY port control management
- Operates at 9-30vDC
- TCP/UDP Socket Services for broad device connectivity and application use
- Switch selectable EIA-232/422/485 for simple interfacing to any type of serial
- Full hardware flow control
When the time comes to manufacture the next generation access control panels, adding on-board Ethernet functionality will be easy and your time to market reduced with our wired and wireless Digi Connect METM embedded device server modules.
|Model code||Digi One SP|
Voltage: 110 / 240
Power Consumption: 0.5 A
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 94 x 43 x 23|
|Additional info||The Digi One SP device server is designed for standard serial-to-Ethernet connectivity. It is ideal for applications requiring simple and easy-to-use data communication. Serial tunnelling allows two previously non-networked and isolated devices to easily communicate information and operate with existing installed software applications on an Ethernet network, eliminating the long serial cable. It also works with software applications using TCP/UDP sockets, allowing a serial device to interoperate with the software applications without the need to install a driver.|
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