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Industrial IoT Gateway NISE 50-IOT

Vendor : NEXCOM

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Industrial IoT Gateways are rugged by design and intended for critical systems and industrial environments where sensor nodes or I/O devices are utilized to obtain data. IoT Gateways can be configured with a range of different protocols which allows them to communicate with these end sensors nodes or I/O devices. NISE 50-IoT series is designed to acquire data from PLC or device in the field side, and upload or push it to the database or cloud.

NISE 50-IoT series is designed to acquire data from PLC or device in the field side, and upload or push it to the database or cloud. The NISE 50-IoT Gateway could also take simple logic control without another computer. With these acquired data, it could help user to improve their process parameter or to predict the machine’s maintenance schedule to reduce the machine’s down time. The build-in application: IoT-Studio, which will speed up the developed and deploy time. The build-in application: IoT-Studio, which will speed up the developed and deploy time.

Features

  • Ready-to-use IoT Gateway to accelerate IoT project deployment
  • Easy connectivity via IoT studio, drag-and-drop managing data flow
  • Connecting Max. 5 devices via Modbus TCP/RTU protocol for data acquisition
  • Support wired or wireless cloud connectivity via publish-subscribe-based MQTT protocol
  • Open architecture support both Windows-based and Ubuntu-based IoT Gateway

Communication Protocols

Modbus TCP

Modbus RTU

MQTT

OPC UA client

OPC UA server (NISE 50-IoT-UB support)

System Configuration

Intel Atom® E3826, 1.46GHz

On-board 2GB DDR3L 1066/1333 RAM

16G mSATA SSD installed

3 x mini-PCIe socket for optional Wi-Fi/3.5G modules

System I/O Interface

ATX power on/off switch

1 x Storage, 2 x GPIO programmable LED

1 x SIM card holder

2 x Intel® I210AT GbE LAN ports1 x HDMI display      output

4 x USB 2.0

2 x Antenna holes for optional Wi-Fi/3.5G antenna

3 x COM for DB9 connector

Power and Dimension

Power input: 24V DC +/-20%

Dimensions: 162mm(W) x 26mm(H) x 150mm(D) without wall-mount bracket

Software Package

Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB Entry 64-bit

Ubuntu 14.04.5 64bit

IoT Studio with dashboard

OPC UA Server (NISE 50-IoT-UB only)

Certification

CE

FCC

Class AUL/cUL

Communication Protocols

Modbus TCP/RTU
- Most common communication protocol
- Connect up to 5 devices max

OPC UA Client/Server 
- OPC UA Client for getting data from the device
- OPC UA Server for access and display data to HMI (NISE 50-IoT-UB only)MQTT
- A lightweight messaging protocol
- Push data or message to the cloud or database

Web Configuration

IoT Studio
- Rapid prototyping/engineering tool
- With IoT-Studio, user can easy to configure the NISE50-IoT setting

Remote Access
- Access and management NISE50-IoT anywhere via browser
- Support popular browser based on HTML5 & CSS3

Cloud Connectivity Available

Azure IoT Hub
- Service of reliable and secure bidirectional communications between IoT devices and cloudAWS IoT
- The AWS IoT message broker is a publish/subscribe broker service that enables the sending and receiving of messages to and from AWS IoTIBM IoT
- Fully managed, cloud-hosted service that makes it simple to derive value from Internet of Things (IoT) devices

Dashboard UI/HMI Support

Dashboard
- Quickly create a dynamic data dashboard
- Provide variety of widgets for user to directly use via simple configuration

Connect to HMI
- Build in OPC UA Server function which provides data access for SCADA, HMI or controller used

 

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IoT Gateways offers the ability to access previously hidden data from sensors, embedded controllers, and IO devices that can be valuable to a wide range of businesses processes and applications such as:

  • Preventive maintenance
  • Remote monitoring
  • Production optimization
  • Building automation
  • Enablement of data and connectivity aggregation
  • The connection of new IoT devices (or legacy devices) to the network,
  • The translation of IT, OT and IoT protocols
  • IoT device management etc. 


  


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