The IOLAN DS/TS Device Server is the best choice for simple serial to Ethernet connectivity applications. Delivering a cost effective solution in a compact size, the IOLAN DS/TS offers flexibility and advanced TrueSerial® technology making it ideal for applications that require an authentic serial connection across an Ethernet network. IOLAN DS1 Device Servers are also available with support for Extended Temperature Ranges.
Features and Benefits
Flexible and Reliable Serial to Ethernet Connections
The IOLAN DS/TS is ideal for connecting serial-based COM port, UDP or TCP socket based applications to remote devices. Perle’s TruePort re-director provides fixed TTY or COM ports to server based applications enabling communication with remote devices connected to Perle device servers. You can also tunnel serial data between devices across an IP network.
Easy to set up and manage, the IOLAN DS1 has a software selectable RS-232/422/485 interface capability which simplifies setup and eliminates mechanical tampering associated with DIP switch based products.
Perle’s Device Management software, shipped as standard with the IOLAN DS/TS, provides better centralised control and management of multiple units resulting in maximum uptime for your remote equipment. Protection against electrostatic discharges and power surges is provided on the IOLAN DS/TS with its robust 15Kv ESD protection circuitry enabling organisations to utilise this solution with confidence.
Backed with the experience of connecting hundreds of thousands of different devices to Ethernet over the years, using a Perle Device Server you can rest assured that virtually any device with a serial COM port will operate in conjunction with your desired application exactly as it did when you had it directly connected. If the unlikely event occurs that the Perle Device Server does not enable this out of the box, Perle will make it work.
IOLAN Device Servers utilize customer installable “Device
Plug-ins” to successfully network devices where other
solutions have failed. Request a free engineering consultation now.
Advanced IP Technology
With support for Next Generation IP (IPv6) the IOLAN range provides organizations with investment protection to meet this rapidly growing standard.
Demand for IPv6, which is compatible with IPv4 addressing schemes, is driven by the need for more IP address. With the implementation and rollout of advanced cellular networks, a robust method is needed to handle the huge influx of new IP addressable devices on the Internet. In fact, the US Department of Defense has mandated that all equipment purchased be IPv6 compatible. In addition, all major Operating Systems such as Windows, Linux, Unix and Solaris, as well as routers, have built-in support for IPv6.
It is therefore important for end users and integrators to select networking equipment that incorporates the IPv6 standard. The IOLAN line with support for IPv6 already built in, is the best choice in serial to Ethernet technology.
The Perle IOLAN DS/TS Device Server is backed by the best service and support in the industry including Perle’s unique lifetime warranty. Since 1976 Perle has been providing its customers with networking products that have the highest levels of performance, flexibility and quality.
|Serial Port Access|
|Connect directly using Telnet and Reverse Telnet|
|Multihost access enables multiple hosts/servers to share serial ports|
|In-band ( ethernet ) and out-of-band ( dial-up modem ) support|
|IPV6 and IPV4 addressing support|
|Primary/Backup host functionality enables automatic connections to alternate host(s)|
|Local database USERID/PASSWORD|
|Disable unused daemons|
|Auto session login|
|MOTD - Message of the day|
|Serial machine to Ethernet|
|Tunnel raw serial data across Ethernet|
|Raw serial data over TCP/IP|
|Raw serial data over UDP|
|Serial data control of packetized data|
|Share serial ports with multiple hosts/servers|
|Virtual modem simulates a modem connection - assign IP address by AT phone number|
|TruePort com/tty redirector for serial based applications on Windows, Linux, Solaris, SCO, HP UX, NCR UNIX and AIX. For a complete list of all the latest drivers click here|
|"TrueSerial packet technology provides the most authentic serial connections across Ethernet ensuring serial protocol integrity"|
|RFC 2217 standard for transport of serial data and RS232 control signals|
|Customizable or fixed serial baud rates|
|Plug-ins allow customer or Perle provided plug-ins for special applications|
|Software Development Kit ( SDK ) available|
|Serial encapsulation of industrial protocols such as ModBus, DNP3 and IEC-870-5-101|
|ModBus TCP gateway enables serial Modbus ASCII/RTU device connection to ModBus TCP|
|Data logging will store serial data received when no active TCP session and forward to network peer once session re-established - 4K bytes circular per port|
|Sun / Oracle Solaris Break Safe|
|OA&M ( Operations, Administration and Management )|
|SNMP V3* - read and write, Perle MIB|
|Perle Device Manager - Windows based utility for large scale deployments|
|Configurable default configuration|
|Set a Personalized Factory Default for your IOLANs||Protocols|
|IPv6, IPv4, TCP/IP, ARP, RARP, UDP, UDP Multicast, ICMP, BOOTP, DHCP, TFTP, Telnet, raw, reverse Telnet, WINS, HTTP, SNMPV3*, RFC2217|
* No SNMPV3 encryption. For full SNMPV3 support see IOLAN SDS Device Servers.
Hardware Specifications - IOLAN DS1 - TS2
|IOLAN DS1||IOLAN TS2|
|Processor||MPC852T, 66 Mhz, 87 MIPS|
|Number of Serial Ports||1||2|
|Serial Port Interface||Software selectable RS-232/422/485 on DB25M, DB25F, DB9M or RJ45||RS-232on RJ45 - 10 pin|
|Sun / Solaris||Sun / Oracle ‘Solaris' Safe - no "break signal" sent during power cycle causing
costly server re-boots or downtime
|Serial Port Speeds||50bps to 230Kbps with customizable baud rate support|
|Data Bits||5,6,7,8, 9-bit protocol support|
|Parity||Odd, even, Mark, Space, None|
|Flow Control||Hardware, Software, Both, None|
|Serial Port Protection||15Kv Electrostatic Discharge Protection ( ESD )|
|Local Console Port||RS232 on Serial Port|
|Network||10-base T / 100-base TX ethernet RJ45|
|Software selectable Ethernet speed 10/100 Auto|
|Software selectable Half/Full/Auto duplex|
|Ethernet Isolation||1.5Kv Magnetic Isolation|
|Power Supply||120 V AC (USA), 230V AC (International) Wall Power Adaptor included|
|Power Supply Options||Power via External power 9-30v DC, 4.8 Watts uses standard 5.5mm x 9.5mm x 2.1mm barrel socket, Power IN over serial cable.|
|Nominal Input Voltage||12v DC|
|Input Voltage Range||9-30v DC|
|Power IOLAN over Serial||9 - 30v DC with DB25 and RJ45 models||N/A|
|Typical Power Consumption
@ 12v DC ( Watts )
|LEDs||Power / Ready|
|Network Link activity|
|Serial: Transmit and Receive data per port|
|Heat Output ( BTU/HR )||5.8|
|MTBF ( Hours )*||124,004||299,680|
|Operating Temperature||0ºC to 55ºC,
32ºF to 131ºF
|0ºC to 55ºC,
32ºF to 131ºF
|Storage Temperature||-40ºC to 66ºC,
-40ºF to 150ºF
|-40ºC to 66ºC,
-40ºF to 150ºF
|Humidity||5 to 95% (non condensing) for both storage and operation.|
|Case||SECC Zinc plated sheet metal (1 mm)|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP40|
|Mounting||Wall or Panel mounting . DIN Rail mounting kit optional|
|Product Weight and Dimensions|
|Dimensions||91 x 64 x 24 (mm), 3.6 x 2.5 x 0.92
(in) case dimensions not including mounting tabs,
91 x 89 x 24 (mm), 3.6 x 3.5 x 0.92 (in) includes mounting tabs.
|Shipping Dimensions||25.5 x 16.5 x 6.5 (cm), 10 x 6.5 x 2.6 (in)|
|Shipping Weight||0.75 KG including Power Adaptor|
|Emissions||FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A|
|CFR47:2003, Chapter 1, Part 15 Subpart B,(USA) Class A|
|ICES-003, Issue 4, February 2004 (Canada)|
|EN55022:1998 + A1:2000 + A2:2003 Class A|
|EN61000-3-2 : 1995, Limits for Harmonic Current Emissions|
|EN61000-3-3 : 1995, Limits of Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker|
|Immunity||EN55024:1998 + A1:2001 + A2:2003|
|EN61000-4-2: Electrostatic Discharge|
|EN61000-4-3: RF Electromagnetic Field Modulated|
|EN61000-4-4: Fast Transients|
|EN61000-4-6: RF Continuous Conducted|
|EN61000-4-8: Power-Frequency Magnetic Field|
|EN61000-4-11: Voltage Dips and Voltage Interruptions|
|Safety||IEC 60950-1 : 2005 (2nd Edition) + A1 : 2009 and EN 60950-1 : 2006 + A11 : 2009|
|CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 and ANSI/UL 60950-1, First Edition April 1st 2003 (Recognized Component)|
|Other||Reach, RoHS and WEEE Compliant|
|ECCN - 5A991|
|HTSUS Number: 8471.80.1000|
|Perle Lifetime warranty|
|Serial Connector Pinout|
*Calculation model based on MIL-HDBK-217-FN2 @ 30 °C
Using RAW TCP Sockets
A raw TCP socket connection which can be initiated from the serial-Ethernet device or from the remote host/server. This can either be on a point to point or shared basis where a serial device can be shared amongst multiple devices. TCP sessions can be initiated either from the TCP server application or from the Perle IOLAN serial-Ethernet adapter.
Using Raw UDP Sockets
For use with UDP based applications, Perle IOLANs can convert serial equipment data for transport across UDP packets either on a point to point basis or shared across multiple devices.
For access to remote console ports on routers, switches,etc, Perle IOLAN’s enable administrators secure access to these RS232 ports via inband Reverse Telnet or out of band with dial-up modems. Perle IOLAN models with integrated modems are available.
Connect Serial-based Applications with a COM/TTY Port Driver
Serial ports can be connected to network servers or workstations running Perle's TruePort software operating as a virtual COM port. Sessions can be initiated either from the Perle IOLAN or from TruePort.
Serial Tunneling between two Serial Devices
Serial Tunneling enables you to establish a link across Ethernet to a serial port on another IOLAN. Both IOLAN serial ports must be configured for Serial Tunneling (typically one serial port is configured as a Tunnel Server and the other serial port as a Tunnel Client).
Enables the serial-Ethernet adapter to simulate a modem connection. When connected to the IOLAN and initiates a modem connection, the IOLAN starts up a TCP connection to another IOLAN serial-Ethernet adapter configured with a Virtual Modem serial port or to a host running a TCP application.