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Can control 1x RS232 devices located virtually anywhere (via Ethernet or Internet)
Serial port DB9 male
LAN interface 10BaseT/100BaseTx Ethernet
Driver automatically finds NetCom devices in the network
Configuration over Driver Panels, serial Port, Telnet, WEB Browser, SNMP
Automatic mode switching between Driver and RAW Mode
Support TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, DHCP, ICMP, HTTP, SNMP V1/2c/3, DNS
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NetCom 111 is an industrial-strength network-based serial device server for connecting one RS232 device like CNC, PLC, weighting scale, scanner and other devices directly to the 10/100Mbps Ethernet network running TCP/IP.
In addition to allowing serial devices to get networked, any host (PC Server or Workstation) without network access can also access remote serial device via adding NetCom devices to the existing serial port. NetCom 111 can be configured over Driver Panels, WEB Browser, serial Port, Telnet, SNMP and serves as a transparent serial channel without platform and distance limitation. New: The serial connector is pin-compatible to Com1 on a PC, as DB9 male. The RS232 Null-Modem Adapter is no longer required.
The power consumption of NetCom 111 is very low, supply via Ethernet is available. See
the option, read background information, or check an adapter.
Industrial / Factory / Laboratory automation
Automatic warehouse control system
Wafer fabrication system
Building automation system
Self-service banking system
Other remote and distributed serial devices control
ARM 7 TDMI 50MHz
16C550C or compatible
8MB SDRAM, 1 MB Flash
RJ45 for LAN, DSUB 9 female for serial Port
TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet, DHCP, ICMP, HTTP, SNMP V1/2c/3, DNS
New: Connector DB9 male, not female
No. of port
1, Speed up to 460Kbps
RS232 full duplex
TxD,RxD, RTS,CTS, DTR,DSR, DCD, RI, GND
up to 460Kbps
None, even, odd, space, mark
5, 6, 7, 8
1, 1.5, 2
VScom Driver for Windows NT 4.0, 2000 up to 7, Server 2000 up to 2008 R2, both x86 and x64 Editions.
The Driver creates a virtual Com port, using Vscom NetCom protocol.
TCP Raw Server
Raw data transfer over TCP/IP. Accepts multiple incoming connections.
TCP Raw Client
Raw data transfer over TCP/IP. Connects to multiple hosts or devices waiting for incoming connections.
TCP Advanced Settings
Special settings for user-defined modes.
Raw data transfer by UDP. The NetCom is client and server at the same time. With the timeout functionality and a configurable trigger string it can make defined UDP packets of incoming data.
Null Modem Tunnel
Connecting two NetCom used as virtual null modem cable.
The serial port emulates a standard modem. Operates by AT-commands, and dials to IP-Addresses instead of phone numbers.
Windows "INF"-Driver provided for installation.
The NetCom accepts print jobs, and spools them to the attached serial printer. Operates as of RFC1197, similar to the line printer daemon in Unix-systems
9 - 30V DC, 200mA @ 12V
Power supply Adapter
12V DC 1A
73×115×27 mm³ (W×L×H)
101×121×27 mm³ with DB9 connector and ears
0°C - 60°C
-20°C - 85°C
SECC sheet metal (1mm)
Configuration utility automatically finds NetCom devices in the network
Automatic mode switching between Driver and TCP RAW mode.
With TCP Advanced settings it is possible to configure the NetCom for using it in multiple modes, so it decides automatically which mode should be used.
Configuration over Driver Panels, NetCom Manager, WEB Browser, serial console, Telnet, SNMP
special VScom MIB included
Domain Name Server support
Special precautions for Firewall environments
Firmware update over WEB Browser, Telnet, ComPort
LEDs for Power, Tx, Rx, LAN Link, LAN Speed
Every capabilities of configuration use the same password including SNMP V3
Power supply over Ethernet, see
Power supply adapter 12V, 1A CD-ROM with Driver and configuration software Printed Quick Installation Guide
DK 35A DIN-Rail mounting adapters
RS232 Null-Modem adapter, change male to female
Power over Ethernet Splitter, IEEE 802.3af compliant (15W max.)