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Data sheet:

Com-Server display version, 1 serial port

  • Com-Server display version with 1 serial port

Due to a mistake by our component supplier the Com-Server 58001 is unfortunately no longer available. From a software point of view the most compatible replacement model could be the Com-Server Highspeed Office, 4 ports. The following table summarizes the differences in key technical data.

Differences between the models:
Com-Server Display, 58001
Com-Server Highspeed Office, 58034
Serial port: 1 x RS232 to DB9/M 4 x RS232/422/485 selectable to DB9/M
Network: 10MBit/s BNC and RJ45 10/100BaseT RJ45
Displays: Display and LEDs LEDs
Configuration/management: Local and telnet Telnet and Web-Based-Management
Please contact us by phone or email with any questions:
+49 202/2680 110, t.cleverno@wutweb.topde


General information

  • Direct connection for 1 serial port
  • Remote configuration
  • Remote protocol update
  • Status display:
    • for complete configuration at the device
    • for configuration check
    • for system status monitoring
  • Serial options:
    • RS232 (standard option)
    • RS485/RS422 (added cost)
    • 20mA (added cost)
    • Customized modules (on request)
  • Network adapters:
    • Coax Ethernet = 10Base2
    • Twisted pair Ethernet = 10BaseT
    • AUI optional
  • Conforms to standards both in office and industrial environments:
    • High noise resistance per EN 61000-6-2
    • Low noise emission per EN 55032:2015 + A1 Cl. B, EN 61000-3-2 & EN 61000-3-3
  • 5 year guarantee

Background information:

The Com-Server provides everything you need for directly connecting a serial port to the computer network. All protocols are included (see text box and applications included with the product data sheets). In place of the standard existing RS232 port, various port modules can be used. The serial and network parameters are configured via Telnet, ARP/RARP.

COM Port Redirector

The W&T COM Port Redirector for Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP/2003 also gives serially operating Windows programs the ability to communicate over the network. Virtual COM ports are installed on the system which behave like standard COM ports with respect to the applications. Communication with the terminal device is now however over the network and a Com-Server (data sheet with download link).


  • Serial ports protocols:
    • XON/XOFF
    • Hardware handshake
    • SLIP
    • other protocols on request
  • Protocols for direct network connection:
    • TCP/IP:
      Socket, FTP, Telnet per client and server
    • Auxiliary protocols:
      Inventorying, group management
  • Protocols for paired Com-Server operation:
    (Connect serial devices in pairs via network)
    • Box-to-box mode TCP/IP

Technical data

  • Serial ports:
    • 1x RS232 port
    • DB9 connector, assignment as for PC-COM
    • optional: RS422/RS485 or 20mA port
  • Baud rate:
    • 50 to 153,600 baud
  • Data format:
    • 5..8 data bits, 1,2 stop bits
    • No, even, odd, mark, space parity
  • Flow control:
    • Hardware handshake or
    • XON/XOFF protocol
  • Network:
    • Ethernet: BNC = 10 Base2,
    • RJ45 = 10 BaseT, optional: AUI
  • Power supply:
    • Internal power adapter
    • 100-230V / 47-63 Hz / 15W
  • Electrical isolation:
    • min. 500V
  • Ambient temperature:
    • Storage: -20..+60°C
    • Operation: 0..+50°C
  • Housing:
    • Metal housing, 212x168x40 mm
  • Weight:
    • approx. 1000 g
  • Scope of delivery:
    • 1x Com-Server display version, 1 serial port
    • 1x product CD with
    • WuTility management tool, Windows COM Port Redirector, OPC server, programming examples in C/VB/Delphi/Java, reference manual in German/English