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At first glance the network connection on the SD Data Station seems to make transport of the memory card superfluous. But network limits, slow, expensive or unreliable connections make the box a rugged problem solver in many applications, such as data collection on vehicles.
The data are available using the standard FTP and Samba (SMB) protocols. Security is assured by the required login with user name and password.
The network setup of the device is via DHCP or using the usual W&T WuTility inventory management tool. Using web-based management you can then further configure the SD Data Station.
The compact DIN rail style housing and the ability to power the unit with 24V...48V coming into screw terminals make it easy to install the device in a control cabinet. Alternately you can operate the unit using "Power over Ethernet" (PoE).