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Network connection

Embroidery Office Net II is the new connection system between a computer and one or many embroidery machines.

It is based on devices called Machine Terminals, which are installed on each machine and they are all connected using a standard Ethernet network type to a computer where an Embroidery Office software is running as the server for EO Net II.

The Machine Terminal works as an adaptor between the network and the machine, as a huge storage (memory) device; but it has more useful features.

Machine Terminal,
featuring Touch Screen

This image refers to the basic model

When is this mode more convenient?

When the production organization is an objective, this is the ideal way of connecting machines.

When it is necessary to connect several machines even of different brands and models to a single computer.

The computer could or could not be available when the design transfer to machine must be done.

This connection mode supports up to 255 embroidery machines.

As this connection mode is a standard LAN, cost of implementation and maintenance are low, and it offers flexibility and easy scalability.

Working Modes

EO Net II may run in 2 different working modes: Local Mode & Remote Mode.

Local Mode:

The designs are sent from the computer to each Machine Terminal, where they are stored. Then it is not necessary to have the computer power on and attending in order to select and send the design from the Machine terminal to the embroidery machine.

Machine Terminal storage capacity is 2.5 million stitches.

Remote Mode:

The designs are stored in the computer which works as the EO Net II server. The Machine Terminals load the designs directly from the computer without any previous sending.

The number of designs or stitches is only limited by the hard disk size of the computer, which must remain power on and available in order the system may run.

Connection Scheme


Embroidery Explorer featuring Send to Machines option.

Wireless Option

As EO Net II is basically a standard LAN, wireless connection (WLAN) between the computer and Machine Terminals is supported (with optional devices)

Code Bar Reader Option

By mean of a code bar reader (optional), EO Net II can load the designs from the computer automatically, just reading the code of the production sheet.

Besides accelerating the loading process and avoid unnecessary file searches, this option avoids the normal errors loading incorrect designs.

EO Organizer Compatible

EO Net II is 100% compatible with EO Organizer software. EO Net II can load complete production orders on the Machine Terminal with more details than the simple embroidery design information.

This feature automates the embroidery production cycle offering a major control over he work.


Productivity Control Option

An advanced configuration of EO Net II (optional) captures machine events (such as threading time, design loading, thread cutting, needle breaking, appliqué, etc). These events are registered and stored on the server for later activity reports evaluation in order to reach the required productivity control.

Note: This option may require special devices and installation over the embroidery machine.

Very important notes

EO-Net II is compatible with many embroidery machines brands & models; but as most of them don’t count with a standardized communication protocol, we cannot guarantee the compatibility with all models.

Clearly identify the brand, model and the control panel type of your embroidery machine before buying EO-Net II. Though, some cases may require additional compatibility tests.


Ask your vendor about requirements of computers, operating systems, supported software, cables and adapters.

Compatibility List

 Brand & Model Net II Coded as
  TME-C612 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMEF-612 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMEF-318 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMEF-H612 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMEF-H912 EO N2 Tajima 3
TME-HC912 EO N2 Tajima 3
TME-DC912 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMFX2C906 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMFD-615 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMFX-C904 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMFD-C612 EO N2 Tajima 3
TME-612 EO N2 Tajima 3
TMEB-612 EO N2 Tajima 2
TMEG-918 EO N2 Tajima Serial
PROFIT 806T-UG EO N2 Barudan C+G
BEAT 700/800 EO N2 Barudan C+G
BELM-4 EO N2 Barudan C+G
BEAT IV EO N2 Barudan C+G
BEMR EO N2 Barudan E
BEMS EO N2 Barudan E
BEMX EO N2 Barudan E
BESR EO N2 Barudan E
BEAU-I Y II EO N2 Barudan E
BEHJ-UF-12 EO N2 Barudan E
BEJM-UG-12 EO N2 Barudan E
800/820A/850 EO N2 Toyota
850B EO N2 Toyota
860 EO N2 Toyota
A-T1201 EO N2 SWF
A-T1201C EO N2 SWF
A-W10201-100 EO N2 SWF
HC-UH1204D (Dual Function) EO N2 SWF
B-T902D (Dual Function) EO N2 SWF
HCG-1004-45TTC EO N2 Happy Em3
HMS-802C EO N2 Happy Em3
HCM-812-30T EO N2 Happy Em3
BAS-411 EO N2 Brother
BAS-415 EO N2 Brother
KSM-200 EO N2 Pfaff
KSM-230 EO N2 Pfaff
 ZSK / Zangs
ZGM Yes ZGM - CPU E850-D
This compatibility list shows only those embroidery machine brands and models where installations were reported. It doesn't mean that these kind of connection is not compatible with other models, it just lists some models where an installation was done and it was reported to us. In fact, many of the new machines have a similar type of communication and protocol as someone listed here, then they are theoretically equivalent.


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