CrispTech have introduced Moxa ioLogik W5340 active Ethernet I/O for remote monitoring over GPRS. The ioLogik W5340 comes with 4 AIs, 8 DIOs, and 2 relay outputs and is Moxa’s first active Ethernet I/O that uses GPRS communication technology. The ioLogik W5340 allows for a wider coverage area and is suitable for hard-to-wire locations for remote monitoring and alarm applications, such as unmanned site monitoring, riverside monitoring, and pipeline monitoring.
The ioLogik W5340 active Ethernet I/O for remote monitoring over GPRS and Moxa’s active OPC server make it easy to create a remote monitoring and alarm system in GPRS dynamic IP environments. Remote ioLogik W5340 active Ethernet I/O for remote monitoring over GPRS units will automatically establish communications with an active OPC Server using a fixed IP. The active OPC Server will then receive and register the ioLogik W5340’s IP address, and will also receive and record tag updates.
The ioLogik W5340 supports Moxa’s active OPC Server and so it can be easily integrated with the SCADA system. In addition to supporting the standard OPC protocol, Moxa’s active OPC Server with non-polling architecture also offers active (or ‘push’) communications between Moxa’s ioLogik series of Active GPRS I/O products and HMI/SCADA systems with instant I/O status.
The ioLogik W5340 features functions, such as power saving, data logging, active alarm message with real-time stamp including SMS, SNMP Trap, TCP, and email, making it a good choice for GPRS remote monitoring and alarm systems.
Following are the features of Moxa ioLogik W5340 active Ethernet I/O:
- GPRS, Ethernet LAN, RS-232/422/485 supported
- Active GPRS connection
- Low power consumption
- Active messaging with real-time stamp
- Data logging with SD card