USB devices simple and fast anywhere in the network

USB devices simple and fast anywhere in the network.

The USB Server Gigabit 2.0 integrates a USB device for industry use via TCP/IP Ethernet into the network. The devices connected to the USB Server Gigabit 2.0 behave just as if they were directly connected to your Windows PC.

Protected operation of USB dongles in the network

TCP/IP-Ethernet <> USB

Provide USB devices in the network

The industrial-grade W&T USB Servers provide you with access to any USB devices via the network. Thanks to the high interoperability of more than 99%, you can be sure that your device will be supported as well.

Provide shared resources at a central location

Operate USB devices such as scanners, cameras, printers, dongles etc., regardless of the cable length from your chosen operation sites.

USB port for virtual and physical machines

Thanks to the USB Redirector, the device behaves as if it were directly connected to your computer with an actual Windows operating system (client and server) – even from virtual environments.

USB Server as dongle server

No need to carry dongles back and forth between different computers. Transfer the license with a simple mouse click.

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Application example for USB Server:

Data filling station for BOS digital wireless devices
Network connection of programming stations for the Wuppertal fire department

Definition of tasks

The BOS hand-portable radios from Sepura used by the Wuppertal fire department are fitted once or twice a year with new code plugs for the keypad assignments, group associations etc. For this purpose the devices and associated charging/programming stations are equipped with either an RS232 or USB interface depending on the model. Both interfaces require that the programming PC (client) be in the direct vicinity, so that in order to reprogram using standard means there are only three options, all of which have decisive drawbacks:

1. The programming PC comes to the handheld

High investment in cost and time for on-site programming performed by an employee at the individual locations. If the handhelds happen to be in use at the time, two trips become necessary

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