The i.Lon® 600 LonWorks/IP server is designed to provide peer-based, M2M communications across any IP connection such as corporate LANs, the Internet, or IP-based WANs. It provides secure, reliable routing among LonWorks-based devices, such as pumps, motors, valves, sensors, actuators, and lights using EIA 852 and ANSI/EIA 709.1-B protocol standards, states the company. Secure access is ensured by the use of MD5 authentication, while a 32-bit RISC processor and the company's LonWorks/IP architecture provide performance for high-speed control, display, and monitoring applications. Both i.Lon 600 servers and i.Lon 1000 Internet servers can coexist in the same network, which ensures that existing applications can be completely supported while providing an expansion pathway to accommodate additions, moves, and changes, the company says.

Echelon, 550 Meridian Ave., San Jose, CA 95126; 408-938-5200 or 888-324-3566; 408-790-3800 (fax);;

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