Active Ethernet I/O ioLogik E2210

Moxa Technologies Inc. The Active Ethernet I/O server enhances the flexibility of PC-based data acquisition and control systems with proactive condition-based reporting and control of I/O device status. I/O servers are traditionally passive and must be polled for data, but this server reports and controls I/O status based on user-specified conditions.

By Staff April 1, 2007


Moxa Technologies Inc.

The Active Ethernet I/O server enhances the flexibility of PC-based data acquisition and control systems with proactive condition-based reporting and control of I/O device status. I/O servers are traditionally passive and must be polled for data, but this server reports and controls I/O status based on user-specified conditions. This report-by-exception approach, new to PC-based I/O monitoring, requires far less bandwidth than polling methods. Critical sensor data can be obtained immediately. It supports multiple protocols for data transmission, including TCP/UDP, SNMP trap, SMTP (e-mail), and Modbus/TCP. Condition-based reporting and control can be configured in minutes using Click&Go logic interface. www.moxa.com