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Serial Ethernet Converter (RS232, 485, 422) - Economy

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The XetaServer XS1000 is a cost effective industrial grade standard serial RS232 to Ethernet converter with RS485 and RS422 capabilities. With this converter you can connect a serial RS232, RS485 or RS422 device to your computer over a standard Ethernet/LAN network.

Embedding a 8051 CPU and 32Kb SRAM with a 10/100Mbps Ethernet port and serial COM support with handshake control this serial to Ethernet converter is the choice for connecting both legacy and current serial devices.

The included Virtual COM software creates an additional COM port which will show up in Windows Device Manager and can be used as if it was a standard built-in COM port.

The XS1000 Serial RS232 to Ethernet converter can be managed through a web-browser or the included management software.
Multiple COM port and network settings can be configured, see this overview of configurable parameters.
Supported protocols are: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP and HTTP.

This serial RS232 to Ethernet converter is ideal for connecting RS232 / RS422 / RS485 devices like CNC's, PLC's, scales, scanners and other industrial and commercial devices directly to a 10/100Mbps Ethernet network running TCP/IP either over a local LAN network or over the Internet via a VPN.

RS232 to Ethernet converter diagram

Overall features
  • 1-port RS232 / RS485 / RS422.
  • Easy setup with included Virtual COM software.
  • Connect serial devices over local LAN or Internet.
  • Simple and easy setup.
  • DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) support.
  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet, auto detect straight/cross cable
  • Full Network Management via Web browser.
  • DIN mountable by optional DIN clips (not included)
  • Industrial and commercial applications.
  • 110VAC/9VDC power supply included

Useful optional accessories
(not included)

Null modem adapter
Null modem adapter

DB9 to RJ45 adapter
DB9 - RJ45 adapter

DB9 gender changer
Gender Changer

Model number XS1000
Operating system Virtual COM software included for:
Windows 10 32/64-bit, Windows 8 32/64-bit, Windows 7 32/64-bit, Vista, XP, Linux
No. of serial ports 1 port RS-232, male DB9
1 port RS485 / RS422 screw terminal
RS-232 signals TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, GND
- Parity Check : None, even, odd, Mark, Space
- Data bits : 5, 6, 7, 8
- Stop bits : 1, 2
- Flow Control : Hardware or None
RS-485 signals Data+ , Data- Automatic Data Control
RS422 signals TX-, TX+, RX-, RX+
Number of simultaneous connections (clients). This is how many computers that can access the XS1000 at the same time. TCP mode: 1 client
UDP mode: up to 10 clients
Parameter configuration Web browser and included Virtual COM software.
Telnet: No
ModBus No
Baud rate 300 bps - 230.4Kbps
LAN port RJ-45, 10Base-T or 100Base-TX Auto-Sensing
Memory 64KB OTP ROM, 32K bytes SRAM
CPU IC+ IP210T, 8051CPU, 25MHz
Serial mode Virtual Com / TCP Server / TCP Client / UDP
Serial tunnel Yes
Opr. Temp. -20 to 60°C
Dimensions 67 x 93 x 22 mm
Weight 300g
Approvals FCC, CE, ROHS
Power 8 - 24 VDC
Protection Magnetic Protection: Ethernet port 1.5 KV
Surge protection: Serial ports 15 KV ESD/600W
Warranty 1 year Limited Warranty

For alternative serial to Ethernet solutions please see our full selection of serial Ethernet converters.

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Date Added: 11/02/2014 by Janet Hudson
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
good converter considering the price. Usuall these low-cost converters are junk but this one actuall...

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Date Added: 04/12/2013 by Dave Wheeler
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Very good product considering the price. It doesn't have a lot of advanced features but again consid...

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Date Added: 08/22/2011 by Jeff Gillian
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
Earlier I used a different serial server that cost double as much as this one. the features are almo...

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Date Added: 07/13/2011 by Martin Janson
3 of 5 Stars3 of 5 Stars
This is a good serial to ethernet converter in regards to price, however if you need any advanced fe...

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Date Added: 03/04/2010 by Dean Stanton
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
As an engineer I have been using several types and models of serial servers, I can honestly say that...

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Date Added: 01/04/2010 by Aaron Phillips
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
Good product considering the price, simple web configuration, but not many advanced functions.

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Date Added: 01/02/2010 by Bernt Andersson
3 of 5 Stars3 of 5 Stars
Works fine with XP. Easy to configure. Considering the price this is a good product.

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Date Added: 01/02/2010 by Mark McHuchins
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
Very good product considering the low price. Works fine with our data-loggers.

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Date Added: 12/26/2009 by Jonathan Johnson
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Works great! Highly recommended

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Date Added: 12/26/2009 by Mark Bentzen
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Great little device. Using it with my machine HMI. Easy to configure and setup.

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Quick Tip!

Setting up a serial RS232 to Ethernet converter.

Using and setting up a RS232 to Ethernet converter is fairly easy, however it is an advantage to be familiar with computers and network settings. To setup the converter the first thing you need to do is to assign a static IP address for your computer. This is needed for the converter to be able to connect to your computer.

After you have assigned a static COM port for your computer you need to install the included virtual COM port software. This software creates a virtual COM port in your computer which the XS1000 can use. This virtual COM port can be found in your computers Device Manager. The virtual COM port software is usually available for all versions of Windows, Linux and in some cases Mac.

After you have installed the virtual COM software for the RS232 to Ethernet converter you connect it to your computer with a standard Ethernet cable, it can be either a cross-over or straight-through cable. Then you connect the power supply. To check if you have connected the converter correctly you can now enter the IP address of the RS232 to Ethernet converter in your browsers address bar and press Enter. This should now take you to the converters Admin page. If you dont see this page something has gone wrong while setting up and connecting the RS232 to Ethernet converter.

The virtual COM software is now ready to search for the XS1000. Simply click the Search button and the software will search for the RS232 to Ethernet converter. Once the software finds the converter, it usually only takes a few seconds, you can create the virtual COM port by clicking the Create COM port button. If the COM port has been successfully created you should now be able to go to your computers Device Manager and find the virtually created COM port. If you cant see the port in Device Manager then usually it has not been created successfully, and you need to check your setup.

Most RS232 to Ethernet converters basically works the same way, creating a virtual COM port by software, however you can also use the converter without virtual COM port software. If you wish to use it without virtual COM software your particular software needs to be able to specify the IP address of the RS232 to Ethernet converter whereby you then can send data to the converter and it will then convert all in and out coming data.

To find the best solution for your project please check our selection of Serial to Ethernet converter products.


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