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Old 06-19-2011, 01:56 AM
Default RS232 Data to TCP/IP data packet


RS232 data to TCP/IP packet

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Connect the SSE to Serial Device to be connected to the world.
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Monitor your device with commonly used software.
With a small software that is installed on your PC (Exemys COM Port Redirector), you may use the software normally, like in a direct connection with your device.




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