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Cost-effective Analog IoT Wireless I/O Modules

Published: Mar 21,2016

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Advantech’s Industrial Automation Group (IAG) announced the launch of their complete series of 2.4G WISE-4000 IoT Wireless I/O modules which will revolutionize the way that data is gathered from remote or difficult to wire locations.

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Advantech provides a complete wireless I/O solution which includes analog and digital signal models. This combines the three core functions of data acquisition, processing and publishing into a single I/O module to meet the needs of a wide range of industries such as environmental monitoring, machine monitoring and smart cities.

The new Advantech WISE-4012 is a wireless Ethernet I/O module which can be used without needing to go through a gateway to provide the information. This means that deployment is much easier because a limitless number of I/O modules can be used to gather the data from any third party analog sensor and connect to an existing network.

With integrated analog input and digital input in same channel, the WISE-4012 providesa flexible combination of I/O to acquire different kinds of signal.The WISE-4012 can also output the engineering value or physical value as sensor input by using the scaling function. It makes the data more readable for further data analysis.

Compared with the existing WISE-4012E which is designed for IoT developers, the WISE-4012 has a higher resolution, higher accuracy, and isolation protection. So it can provide high quality data for smart factories and smart city big data acquisition solutions.

The WISE-4000’s Data Logger can send time stamped information to a Dropbox account or a private cloud depends on the configuration and it can also buffer the devices’ data, so that in the event of network failure, no data is lost before it is sent to the administrator.

The new Private Server function allows the WISE-4000 series to push data to a specific web server by the RESTful web service. This helps system integrators reduce the effort of acquiring big data.

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