W&T connects
Interfaces for TCP/IP, Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485, USB, 20mA, glass and plastic fiber optic cable, http, SNMP, OPC, Modbus TCP, I/O digital, I/O analog, ISA, PCI

Application for the Web-IO Digital:

Connecting Web-IO Digital to the network

Simple connection to a local network

Local network

For connecting to an Ethernet LAN all that is needed is an available port on a switch or hub. All Web-IOs support both 100BaseT and 10BaseT, whereby the network speed is automatically detected.

Incorporating Web-IO into a wireless LAN


The W&T Web-IOs come shipped with a cable-connected Ethernet port for network access. A wireless LAN client bridge or a wireless access point can be used to easily incorporate Web-IOs into existing WLANs. This makes it easy to implement wireless remote control and monitoring. Additional information about WLAN integration

Connecting Web-IO to the Internet using DSL


More and more applications are operating cross-location. Since the majority of connected locations today use a DSL internet connection, it makes sense to use this method for applications in building and automation technology. Detailed information

Connecting Web-IO to the Internet using ISDN or the analog telephone network.


At locations where there is neither DSL nor any other kind of WAN connection available, Web-IOs can be connected over the land line or cellular network to the Internet or to other locations using appropriate routers.