Micro125 - Board-Level Ethernet Embedded Device Server

The Lantronix Micro is a board-level product for OEM users who want to embed proven mainstream Ethernet connectivity into their products quickly and economically.

The Lantronix Micro125 is a board-level product for OEM users who want to embed proven mainstream Ethernet connectivity in their products quickly and economically.

Building Ethernet connectivity into a product is no simple task. It requires a significant investment in hardware and software integration - often in areas outside of core competencies. So why build it yourself when there is a better alternative?

The Micro125 embedded device server provides an integrated solution to add proven Ethernet connectivity to an existing design quickly and economically, and with a high level of flexibility.

Device networking starts with a Device Server™. These amazing products enable most any device with serial capability (TTL) to become a fully functional member of an Ethernet network. Device Servers include all of the elements needed to network-enable your products - a processor, real-time operating system (RTOS), a robust TCP/IP stack, a web server, and a network connection. All the connected product additionally needs is a header, providing connections to a power source and to a TTL serial port.

The Micro125 brings over a decade of device networking experience, rock-solid IP firmware, extensive applications support and advanced encryption standards to industrial and commercial environments.

Measuring only 49 x 40 mm the Micro125 can easily fit into almost any size serial device that would benefit from network connectivity. It includes a serial interface TTL connector and 10/100 Base-T Ethernet RJ45 jack. The Micro125 includes the same IP protocol stack found on the other Lantronix embedded products.

RoHS-compliant, the Micro125 meets Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.

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Features & Specifications

Protocols
  • ARP, UDP, TCP/IP, Telnet, ICMP, SNMP, DHCP, TFTP and HTTP
Networking Interface
  • RJ45 (10/100Base-T) Ethernet
Serial Interface
  • TTL level (Asynchronous)
Data Rates
  • 300bps to 230Kbps
Serial Line Formats
Characters 7 or 8 data bits
Stop Bits 1 or 2
Parity odd, even, none
Modem Controls
  • DTR, RTS, CTS, DCD
Flow Control
  • XON/XOFF (Software)
  • CTS/RTS (Hardware)
Management
  • HTTP
  • SNMP
  • Serial login
  • Telnet login
  • Security
  • Optional 256-bit AES
  • Password protection
System Software
Flash ROM standard downloadable from a TCP/IP host (TFTP) or over serial port
Diagnostic LEDs
  • Serial channel status
  • Ethernet link status
  • Diagnostic information
Compatibility
Ethernet Version 2.0/IEEE 802.3
Power Requirements
  • 5 VDC +/-5% at ~ 200mA
Memory
Flash 512K
RAM 256K - zero wait
Environmental
Standard Temperature 0° to 70°C (32° to 158°F)
Storage Temperature -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
Physical Dimensions (H x W)
  • 49 x 40 mm (1.929 x 1.575 in)
  • Remote telemetry
  • Industrial sensors
  • POS Terminals
  • Building management systems
Part Number Description
MO00AA003-01R

Micro125, No RJ45 connector, No LEDS, with TTL pin header, RoHS

* Discontinued April 2017 - no direct replacement offered

MO00AA0E3-01R

AES Encrypted Micro125, No RJ45 connector, No LEDS, with TTL pin header, RoHS

* Discontinued April 2017 - no direct replacement offered

MO11AA003-01R

Micro125 with RJ45 connector, LEDS, with TTL pin header, RoHS

MO11AA0E3-01R

AES Encrypted Micro125 with RJ45 connector, LEDS, with TTL pin header, RoHS

MO11AA0M3-01R Micro125 Embedded device server, Modbus, RJ45 connector, LED's, TTL pin header, RoHS

MO22AA003-01R

Micro125, Pin header for Ethernet, Pin header for LED connection, with TTL pin header, RoHS

MO22AA0E3-01R

AES Encrypted Micro125, Pin header for Ethernet, Pin header for LED connection, with TTL pin header, RoHS

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Last updated: 29 August 2017