Moxa's W345 Wireless Embedded Computer receives Control Engineering's "Engineers' Choice Award"

 
     
 
Control Engineering Magazine has chosen Moxa's W345 wireless embedded computer as the winner of the Engineers' Best Choice Award 2007. Control Engineering is a well-known international magazine that offers the latest trends and technologies. This annual awards competition is widely recognized as the premier honor for new products in the industrial control and automation markets.

The W345 is a RISC-based, ready-to-run wireless embedded computer that features 4 RS-232/422/485 serial ports, 1 LAN port, 2 USB 2.0 hosts, 1 relay output, and an SD socket for external storage expansion. The embedded quad band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz cellular module makes the W345 an ideal solution for long-range communication. The W345 can be used for a variety of industrial tasks, such as data acquisition, protocol conversion, and remote device control and monitoring. In fact, the MOXA ART 32-bit ARM9 processor and the ready-to-run Linux OS provide a powerful and reliable platform for harsh industrial environments. These features make the W345 embedded computer an optimal choice for setting up industrial applications that require serial and cellular communication.

More than 150 new products were nominated for the 2007 competition, and more than 870 completed ballots were returned. Moxa's W345 wireless embedded computer was selected the winner under the Machine and Embedded Control section by engineers and manufacturing professionals. This award is intended to recognize new products that are especially useful for embedded and control markets.

 

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