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LAVA has expanded its Ether-Serial Link serial device server line with wireless Ethernet variants of its ESL 1-232-DB9, ESL 2-232-DB9, ESL 1-232-RJ45, and ESL 2-232-RJ45 units.

1-port wireless serial device server

WiFi ESL 1-232-DB9, WiFi ESL 1-232-RJ45


2-port wireless serial device server

WiFi ESL 2-232-DB9, WiFi ESL 2-232-RJ45

These new wireless serial device servers support 802.11a or 802.11b+g modes, with choices of WEP 64, WEP 128, WPA (TKIP), or WPA2 (AES) encryption. They retain all the functionality of the standard LAVA Ether-Serial Links, with DHCP/manual IP address configuration, intuitive installation and configuration, full-throughput non-blocking serial ports at 115.2 kbps, and upgradeable firmware.

The serial ports are configurable in a variety of modes: Windows-implemented ports (driver mode), raw TCP client connections, raw TCP server connections, raw data connections (client + server), Ethernet modems (accepting Hayes-compatible command strings), or RFC 2217 controlled ports (serial control over Telnet).

The wireless Ether-Serial Links include full Windows support from Windows XP through Windows 7, as well as Linux support. In raw modes they are operating system independent.

They include a power supply, the LAVA Ether-Link Manager application (Windows), and of course, the LAVA Lifetime Warranty.

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