Web-enabled control devices

03/07/2001



Santa Ana, Calif. -iSeries controllers, panel meters, transmitters, and signal conditioners claim to be the first web-enabled control devices. They can be connected to an Ethernet network with a RJ-45 connector, and send and receive data in standard TCP/IP packets. iSeries serves web pages over a local Ethernet network or the Internet, for monitoring and control via a web browser. Newport Electronics Inc. www.newportus.com


At a glance...

  • Controllers, panel meters, transmitters, signal conditioners are said to be first web-enabled control devices.

  • Ethernet via RJ-45

  • Data transfer: standard TCP/IP packets






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