Add Ethernet connectivity to an SEL device using its EIA-232 serial port.
Serial Link Replacement—Replace leased or dial-up communication lines, or add Ethernet communications to sites where other communication types are prohibitive. Use serial tunneling for a virtual serial link through the network.
Ethernet Access to Serial Devices—Access devices with serial ports via Internet protocols over a standard Ethernet network. Streamline terminal access and save engineering time by using Telnet for ASCII terminal dialogs. Simplify and control data access with a webpage on your private network.
Automatic Email Event Reports—Send email alerts based on automatic messages from an SEL relay host device to improve customer service. Configure the transceiver to automatically communicate with a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server available on an operations network.
DNP3 Tunneling—Inexpensively tunnel serial-based DNP3 traffic over an existing Ethernet network. Simply connect a transceiver to the DNP3 serial master and DNP3 serial clients, and configure the DNP3 settings.
Connects EIA-232 Port to 10BASE-T Ethernet Connection
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Hardened for Substation Environment
Hosts Telnet ASCII Data With Embedded Web Server
Allows Setting From PC Using Terminal Emulation Software and SEL-C642 Configuration Cable
Sends Email Automatically
Access devices with serial ports via Internet protocols over a standard Ethernet network.
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The Firmware IDs for older versions of the firmware can typically be found in Appendix A of the instruction manual.