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01.10.2004 - The DeviceMaster AIR 1-Port wireless serial device serverThe DeviceMaster AIR 1-Port wireless serial device server can be panel- or DIN-rail mounted. The product utilizes the 802.11b protocol for the Ethernet connection, a DB9 male serial port, and is housed in a stainless steel enclosure. It supports RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 serial communication modes. The product is capable of executing device resident applications developed with the DeviceMaster software developer's kit, and is remotely manageable with PortVision. The product has been tested and certified compatible with D-Link access points, and is also compatible with other 802.11b access points.
01.01.2004 - embedded world 2004Connect Tech and SWD head to Nuremberg to attend to the embedded fair from 17. to 19. February. Hall 11 booth 11-427. We show the products from CTI and special Blue Heat/Net. The Blue Heat/Net enables you to add virtual serial ports wherever you need them, and control them from anywhere on your network.
01.12.2003 - NEW!! The QNX CookbookKick your QNX Neutrino projects into high gear with tons of tested, documented, and, most importantly, thoroughly explained projects! This book features a wealth of both commercial-grade as well as toolkit-grade components. Each component is in its own chapter, and has a detailed explanation of not only how the code works, but also why it was designed the way it was. Plenty of pages are devoted to step-by-step descriptions of the factors that went into the design of each component, how the component makes use of the various features of the operating system, as well as additional enhancements that you can do to change the functionality of the components. Topics include everything from thread fingerprinting (available as a sample chapter), to a RAM-disk filesystem, to data acquisition, graphics file generation on-the-fly, and general topics such as high-availability.
01.09.2003 - Ethnernet Gateway(E488S)for communication between TCP/IP network and connected GPIB/IEEE488 devices.
01.05.2003 - QNX 6 Neutrino driver for GPIB/IEEE488The reliable GPIB/IEEE488 driver for QNX 4 which is used at the ESA is now also available for the new operating system QNX 6 Neutrino. The ESA has this driver in use at their Satellite Station in Kiruna since 1997.
01.01.2003 - Lifetime Warranty for CTI products
Connect Tech Inc. Announces New Lifetime Warranty
Guelph, Ontario - January 2, 2003
Connect Tech Inc., designer and manufacturer of multi-port serial adapters, announced that its entire line of products will be covered by a new Lifetime Warranty. The decision to upgrade the warranty, coupled with an existing policy of free technical support, translate into more value and peace of mind with every Connect Tech purchase. The change is effective January 1, 2003.
"We want to offer our customers the most value for their dollar," explained Connect Tech President David J. Worthen. "The Lifetime Warranty removes one element from the decision-making process. Trouble-free repairs and support are a given when purchasing a Connect Tech product;there will be no expensive surprises down the road. We've always stood behind the quality and reliability of our products, and it was time to translate that product belief into a tangible asset for our customers."
The extended warranty includes a grace period of 90 days, and is therefore retroactive to October 1, 2002. Connect Tech will honor the warranty on any purchases made after that date. Customers whose purchases fall outside the time frame may still take advantage of the of the new policy by upgrading their current warranties. Please contact SWD for details.
The warranty will apply across all product families, covering Connect Tech's popular Blue Heat/PCI series, the Xtreme PC/104 family, the CompactPCI-based Titan boards, USB-to-serial products, and the ISA series.