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xDirect device server provides quick, easy connectivity

14 Nov 2012

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Lantronix, a secure communication technology provider, has launched its new xDirect device server. The company's latest offering is a compact serial-to-Ethernet device server that provides quick and easy connectivity to virtually any device or machine with a serial interface.

With plug-and-play simplicity and a small form factor, xDirect is suitable for a variety of markets from security to industrial automation to medical and more. With an integrated Ethernet port and serial cable, and multiple power options including PoE, xDirect also features a built-in Web server that enables users to access and configure the unit using a standard Web browser on a PC, smart phone or tablet.

Less than 240mm long, the xDirect device server comes with a complete device server application with full IP stack and web server. It has an extended temperature range of -40 to 85°C and a 5-year limited warranty.

xDirect information page

- Julien Happich
  EE Times Europe

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