Ethernet converter for spectrometers from Avantes

Avantes AvaGigE Ethernet converter device for spectrometers

The new AvaGigE is a USB-to-Ethernet converter device, which allows the company’s USB-controlled spectrometers to plug into the Ethernet. The unit can connect up to eight spectrometers via a USB hub and a web-based configuration utility. It enables instrument
control and data acquisition.
Eerbeek, the Netherlands

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Introducing the brand new AvaGigE, a USB to Ethernet converter device. The AvaGige enables our entire line of Avaspec USB 2.0 controlled spectrometers to plug into the Ethernet. 

The AvaGigE consists of a hardware device which supports the connection of a single or up to sixteen spectrometers (via USB hub) and a web-based configuration utility. The AvaGigE handles all synchronization between channels. Once the connection has been configured, the AvaSpec spectrometers can be addressed via AvaSoft operating software or the AS5216 DLL interface. The AvaGigE device supports data transfer speeds which are nearly equivalent to direct USB 2.0 communication. 

IP-based spectrometer control
Field upgradable and network settings through web interface
Can connect multiple AvaGigE to a single network
No Windows drivers needed; controlled directly through Avantes DLL with Ethernet support
Maximum network cable length up-to 100 meters
Power input: 110-240VAC/50-60Hz Max. 20W
Dimensions:    110(L) X 69.5(W) X 48.5(H)
Communication input:  1 Gigabit Ethernet 1 USB 2.0 


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