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Hello. I am looking for a product that I can store cycle prints from a serial port. I assume that I will need a device server. I just need one that stores the data along with converting the serial to Ethernet. Any suggestions?
Posted 4-Sep-12 11:48am
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Why would you ever need to convert serial to Ethernet? The serial port speeds are two low to match any serious throughput. What do you want to achieve, ultimately?

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There are many process controllers that print from a serial port at 9600 baud. This signal is converted to Ethernet and sent to a printer that can take the RAW Port 9100 protocol. However, it would be nice to save each cycle as a text file also and sent to a storage location on a network. Thank you very much for taking the time to help.

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