ET319 Ethernet Terminal
Now available with Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The ET319 Ethernet Terminal is a data collection device that communicates with a software application program over a TCP/IP network. The operator interface consists of an alphanumeric display and a membrane keypad with additional input options available.
The ET319 is available with optional 802.11b/g
When the ET319 is connected to a 10/100BaseT Ethernet network it functions similar to a "Telnet" terminal. The host software can send commands and displayable messages to the terminal via the network. User input from the keypad, optional bar-code, or mag-stripe reader is sent to the host software. To minimize network traffic the user input is transferred as complete strings instead of character by character. Strings are terminated by the "Enter" key and terminated with the ASCII <CR> & <LF> characters. The bar-code and mag-stripe input automatically includes the "Enter" function.
The ET319 terminal has two (2) operating modes: the "Virtual Terminal Command (VTC) mode and the ANSI emulation mode. The VTC mode provides a unique but simple syntax that eliminates the need to know all the particulars of the lower level ANSI protocol. The ANSI emulation mode is a subset of the standard ANSI terminal protocol that supports most of the standard display manipulation command set. The ET319 includes the DCNET
application program (Win9x/NT based) which adds ready-made Ethernet data collection capability.
The ET319 terminal connects to an Ethernet LAN via a standard 10/100BaseT cable. From a network perspective it occupies a single "socket" at a specified TCP/IP address and port number. The host software communicates with the ET319 by establishing a connection with the terminal and then sending and receiving ASCII text command strings.
The ET319 includes an LCD display and an alpha- numeric function key array keyboard as the primary operator interface console. In, addition, the ET319 terminal may include an optional bar-code scanner input, mag-stripe card reader input, or RFID reader input and an aux RS-232 port for connection of a serial input device. Optional digital inputs with counters (up to 4) and software controlled relay outputs (up to 4) provide machine control for an external device.
The ET319 display utilizes a two (2) line by forty (40) column LCD character display which displays the 96 standard ASCII characters and 96 non-standard symbols in a 5 x 7 dot matrix font. Cursor position is identified by a blinking box and can be positioned under software control. Backlighting is available as an option for low light installations.
Features of the keybord include: 75 key hermetically sealed membrane keyboard in a 6 x 12 array; audible key-click for tactile feedback; actuating force of 4-8 ounces and a rated life of 10MM cycles per switch. The entire 72-key array can be user configured with custom ascii codes to suit the application.
Several input/output options are available as follows:
The barcode decoder input option allows one or two bar-code devices to be attached on the ET319 terminal. Decoded input is treated just like keyboard entered data and can be configured to include an automatic Enter () code. The ET319 will automatically discriminate and decode Code 39, Code 128, Interleave 2/5, Codabar, and UPC/EAN symbologies. Available input devices include wands, slot readers, and wand emulating CCD or laser scanners. The ET319 can be supplied with a visible or infrared slot reader as one of the bar-code input devices.
The mag-stripe decoder input option allows either a single or dual track magnetic card reader to be attached. Either single Track #1 or Track #2 reader can be decoded and the input is treated just like keyboard entered data. If a dual track reader is installed Track #1 will be decoded first and if it fails Track #2 will be decoded.
The ET319 is powered by a 12vdc (6va rating) power adapter that plugs directly into a 120vac receptacle. Typical power consumption is less than 10 watts. Optional input devices (laser scanners, card readers, etc.) can increase the power consumption slightly. Alternate power supplies can be used by connecting them via the ET319 power jack.
The ET319 can be supplied with either two (dual) or four (quad) output relays that can be individually activated under software control. Each relay has a single "form A" contact rated at 10va (100vdc, 100ma.) maximum. Access to the contacts is via screw terminal blocks on the back of the unit.
- 10/100BaseT Ethernet Connectivity (TCP/IP).
- Bar code input interface for wand, laser, CCD or other compatible scanner.
- Standard RS-232 COM port, 9-pin AT connector.
- 2 line x 40 column LC display
- Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Bar code input interface for wand, laser, CCD or other compatible scanner
- Standard RS-232 COM port, 9-pin AT connector
- Display Backlight
- Magnetic stripe card reader interface (Trk 2, Trk 1 optional)
- RFID Reader
- Touch-key Reader
- Contact inputs (4) with built-in counters
- Relay control outputs (2 or 4)
- Tilt Bracket (image)
- Dimensions (width/height/depth)
Table-top Model: 175 x 112 x 170mm
1.2 Kg. (2.6 Lbs)
- Power Consumption (does not include options such as backlight, modem, or bar code scanner, badge reader, etc.)
Standard Unit: 12 Watts
- Temperature Ranges
Operating: 0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF)
Storage Temperature: -30ºC to 70ºC (-20ºF to 158ºF)