New VSCom Plus USB Serial Intefaces and NetCom Plus Device Server

The new VSCom Plus Serial USB Intefaces are now available with isolation for up to 2.5 kV. All support highly flexible and high speed RS232/422/485 operation, including internal termination in RS485.

The New NetCom Plus Models are equipped with USB port now, which can be used to extend the NetCom Plus with VSCom Plus devices for serial port extension.

Industrial Plus Line

The Industrial Plus Line are USB to serial adapters for RS232/422/485 ports (three way operation). They are complete jumperless, configuration is done by easy-to-use DIP switches. With four and eight serial ports the configuration is additionally possible by a configuration software.

All support highly flexible and high speed RS232/422/485 operation, including internal termination in RS485. The ports provide standard DSub-9 male connectors, the metal cases offer easy DIN-Rail mounting.
The serial ports support High Speed in RS232 mode, and Very High Speed with RS422 and RS485.

NetCom Plus

NetComDinRailThe new NetCom+ Servers are the modern family of VScom Serial Device Server series. Using the proven protocol and driver of the long-known NetCom models, customers installations directly support the NetCom+.

They use a state-of-the-art RISC processor, are very flexible in configuration and easy to use. The modern hardware results in low-power and cost-effective designs with a wide range of power supply and communication options. All models allow to add an internal Wireless LAN interface 802.11b/g/n, with function as Access Point to support Windows 7 and later versions. The WLAN interface is demonstrated with the NetCom Plus 123 WLAN.

The serial ports operate as RS232 or RS232/422/485, controlled via Gigabit Ethernet. The mode is easily configured as common by a DIP switch, or individually by software configuration. The USB-COM Plus modules can extend the number of ports.

The NetCom Plus devices with PoE may get power supply via the Ethernet cable. They use the IEEE 802.3af specifications and present as Class 0 powered devices.