The IO Ethernet jumper allows the extension of Can-Bus, I2C and GPIO signals over an Ethernet medium. The device can work in two modes:

Mode 1: IO extender

IO extender: your signals are created in one end, and transmitted through Ethernet to the other end, with zero event loss. The data is created in various places, transmitted through Ethernet – wired or wirelessly – and seamlessly seen at the other end. Signals routing is completely configurable.

Mode 2: IO transmitter

Using a simple SW interface, your application can send data through any HW channel, over the Ethernet, wired or wireless.