The mPort Serial is not too different from its cousin mPort. Both are used so you’ll be able to connect certain devices into the mFi controller software, which then allows you to perform a variety of functions comfortably, quickly, and conveniently including management. However, the kinds of devices that can be connected into the IP network are different. The mPort serial is intended for RS-232 connectivity while mPorts are generally for sensors, which are then connected using the Ethernet cable (Cat5).
Comes with Integrated Wireless or Ethernet
The mPor Serial is a no-complicated port to use. It is already equipped with a WiFi technology that allows you to immediately connect to the controller software, which could be installed in your computer. On the other hand, it is supported by Ethernet so it’s able to handle heavy data transmissions, depending on the device that you’re currently using or attaching into the serial port.
The external antenna is another thing that separates the mPort serial from the conventional mPort. The antenna allows you to gain distance, so even if you could be monitoring the devices outside your home or in your bedroom, you’re assured that you can still detect both the IP network, the mPort serial, and the device that is attached to it.
The mPort serial doesn’t take a lot of time to install. In fact, in less than 10 minutes, you can already have your small system up and running. Depending on the configuration of your attached devices, the mPort serial may be mounted on the wall, ceiling, or even window. It is small and compact that it doesn’t require a lot of space.
Easy to Manage
You can connect the mPort Serial and the device into the mFi controller software, which is loaded with advanced and functional features such as events and alerts, advanced analytics, scheduling, and remote control.
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