server that enables installed devices to connect
via their existing serial port to the Internet
over an 802.11b/g Wireless LAN.
between the host application and the network.
It provides one secure SSL3/TLS1 socket;
supports up to 10 simultaneous active
TCP/UDP sockets and two listening sockets; a
Web server with two websites; SMTP and
POP3 clients; MIME attachments; FTP and
Telnet clients, and SerialNET
hardware modifications to the host device.
Simply connect a serial cable from Secure
iWiFi’s RS232 or RS485 connector to your
device. Secure iWiFi is ready to connect to the
WLAN via its integrated antenna.
Connect One’s remotely updateable iChip
CO2128 Secure Internet Controller
the need for Internet programming and
minimizes changes to the host application.
Connect One’s SerialNET
completely eliminates the need for changes to
the host application, as it is a true plug-and-
play operating mode.
9VDC power supply. Alternatively, it can be
powered through pin 9 of the RS232/RS485
connector to the host device. It includes a
Power Save mode for reduced power
Application Program Interface:
IP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, DNS, DHCP, NTP,
SMTP, POP3, MIME, HTTP, FTP and
Connect One’s AT+i protocol
SerialNET mode for transparent serial
Secure iWiFi acts as a security gap
Secure iWiFi eliminates the need for any
The Internet engine inside Secure iWiFi is
Connect One’s AT+i
Secure iWiFi is powered by an external
is a serial-to-WiFi device
SSL3/TLS1, AES-128/256, SHA-1, HTTPS,
FTPS, RSA, 3DES, RC-4, MD-5, WEP, WPA
Size: 94x63x28mm (3.7x2.5x1.1”)
Weight: 105g (3.7 oz.)
Operating Temperature Range: 5° to 50°C
Power Supply Input: 6-24VDC. 9V power
Connectors: RS232/RS485, 2.1mm power
Includes WLAN 802.11b/g antenna
Host Data Rate: Up to 1Mbps
Serial Data Format (AT+i mode):
Serial Data Format (SerialNET mode):
Flow Control: hardware (DTR, RTS, CTS,
(41° to 122°F)
supply included unless otherwise specified.
available through pin 9 of serial connector.
Asynchronous character; binary; 8 data
bits; no parity; 1 stop bit.
Asynchronous character; binary; 7 or 8
data bits; odd, even, or no parity; 1 stop bit.
DSR) and software flow control
Serial-to-WiFi Device Server
1.2W @ 9VDC (typical)
180mW @ 9VDC (Power Save mode)
LNK – Link status
SNET – SerialNET mode activity
PWR – Power
Publication Number 17-2590-11
One-year limited warranty
CE; FCC pending