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Applications for USB-Server

Applications for USB-Server

   

Applications for USB-Server communication

Definition of tasks

A stationary thermal imager is needed for thermal inspection of parts in a series production system. The camera model used here uses a USB port as the communications interface, so that a solution for the following customer requirements had to be found:

Network connection of programming stations for the Wuppertal fire department

Definition of tasks

The BOS hand-portable radios from Sepura used by the Wuppertal fire department are fitted once or twice a year with new code plugs for the keypad assignments, group associations etc. For this purpose the devices and associated charging/programming stations are equipped with either an RS232 or USB interface depending on the model. Both interfaces require that the programming PC (client) be in the direct vicinity, so that in order to reprogram using standard means there are only three options, all of which have decisive drawbacks:

VMware / Windows Virtual PC / VirtualBox

Definition of tasks
With the increasing use of visualization solutions, completely new problems arise. Do you have a USB ISDN fax modem connected to your old Windows server and need to port this USB device to the visualized server?

VMware / Windows Virtual PC / VirtualBox / HyperV

Definition of tasks

With the increasing use of visualization solutions, the need also grows for communication between virtual machines and USB peripherals of all kinds.

USB-Server as global line driver 

Definition of tasks

To operate USB devices remotely from the host PC, the limits of functionality and USB specifications are reached after just a few meters. In many applications from automation, medical technology or logistics there is often a need to operate the USB device remotely from the linking PC. The required distances are virtually unlimited, ranging from simple room-to-room communication to global connections.

Protected operation of USB dongles in the network

Definition of tasks

Software manufacturers often use hardware dongles as licensing/copy protection, where they are expected for operating the respective program on a local USB port of the PC. License-conformal, alternating operation of the protected programs on multiple workstations requires carrying the dongles back and forth or even sending them between the workstations.