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 Wireless Device Servers

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  • Network-enable RS-232/422/485 serial devices for wireless access and control
  • Embedded 802.11b wireless radio from DPAC Technologies features Conexant(R) Prism(TM) 3 Chipset
  • High-gain, 2.2 dBi omni-directional antenna included; third-party antennas can be used for even higher gain
  • Excellent sensitivity and dynamically shifting 11, 5.5, 2 and 1 Mbps speeds
  • Remote Web browser-based configuration, administration and troubleshooting
  • Serial Tunneling mode for connecting two serial devices over a wireless network without a PC
  • Surge suppression package available for serial port
  • "5V" models provide standard surge suppression and 5V power at pin 9 of the serial port
  • Virtual COM drivers for Windows® NT4/2000/XP & Linux®, socket modes support other O/S
  • Raw TCP, Raw UDP, UDP Multicast and IntelliSock™ TCP socket services for custom applications
  • Configure as TCP Server, TCP Client, or as both using the Quatech-exclusive AutoTCP feature
  • 5 year limited warranty



All Quatech wireless device servers offer a simple, integrated configuration process and the embedded 802.11b wireless radio from DPAC offers superior power and receive sensitivity. Combined with the industry's best processor, a PowerPC® from Freescale™, these models incorporate a world-class architecture that ensures compatibility with market-leading wireless infrastructures, boosts throughput and reduces latency to the lowest levels possible. This allows a broader range of serial devices to communicate over a wireless Ethernet network without modifying host software designed to use COM ports.

The SSEW-100D and DSEW-100D, wirelessly network-enable one or two RS-232 serial devices, respectively. Two other models, the SSEW-400D and the DSEW-400D, provide wireless network access to RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 devices and are software-selectable for each individual port. The remaining two models, the SSEW-100D-5V and DSEW-100D-5V, provide 5 VDC power out on the industry-standard DB-9 serial connector. These models can power many RS-232 devices such as barcode scanners and RFID readers through the serial port, eliminating the need for a dedicated power supply for those devices even while connecting them to a wireless network. Surge suppression is available on the 100D and 400D models and is standard on the 100D-5V models.

SSEW-100D 1 port RS-232 Wireless Device Server
SSEW-100D-5V 1 port RS-232 Wireless Device Server with surge suppression and 5V power at port
SSEW-100C 1 port RS-232 Wireless Device Server (Cisco Aironet 350 Series-Compatible)
SSEW-400D 1 port RS-232/422/485 Wireless Device Server
DSEW-100D 2 port RS-232 Wireless Device Server
DSEW-400D 2 port RS-232/422/485 Wireless Device Server
SS1 Surge suppression package for 1 ports
SS2 Surge suppression package for 2 ports
SSEW-RP-TNC 5.5 dBi Rubber Duck Antenna w. RP-TNC Connector for SSEW-100C
DSEW-100D-5V 2 port RS-232 Wireless Device Server with surge suppression and 5V power at port
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Western Canada - Vancouver BC

Tel:1.800.663.6001 or 1.604.925.6150
Address: 2454 Haywood Ave
West Vancouver, BC V7V 1Y1

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Tel:1.800.465.0164 or 1.905.513.7027