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Programming Free Click&Go for 4G Base Station Environmental Monitoring

Location / Country : Taiwan

Product Solutions:
ioLogik E2210

Smart Ethernet Remote I/O with 12 DIs, 8 DOs

Project Introduction

An ISP (Internet service provider) was looking for an industrial-grade environmental monitoring device that did not require a lot of programming and configuration. One of the key requirements was a high MTBF (mean time between failures) so the monitoring device itself did not become the failure point. In addition, the EMS device was required to support SNMPv3 to guarantee data transmission security, and the operator must be able to edit the location, time, and alarm status for the SNMP trap so that when trap alarms are received the SNMP agent does not need to interpret the signals.

Moxa Solution

Moxa’s ioLogik E2200 series offers complete support for SNMPv1/v2/v3, providing the flexibility needed when using SNMP to manage environmental monitoring systems. The ioLogik also supports SNMP to I/O functions, making it easy to read the sensor status and set DO alarms with SNMP. Trap content can be edited to include information such as time stamps, contact status, scaled AI readings, and server locations. With the ioLogik E2200, what you see is what you get—being able to edit trap content means you do not need to spend time setting up the SNMP manager for trap interpretation.
Moxa’s patented Click&Go control logic bridges the gap between information technology and industrial automation. Learning how to use Click&Go is easy and straightforward. All that’s needed is a basic understanding of how to create IF-THEN-ELSE logic statements, so even engineers with no formal training in computer programming will be able to format an I/O configuration—in under five minutes.

Why Moxa

• Easy to configure with IF-THEN-ELSE logic—no programming required
• Use SNMP to set and get the status of an alarm
• Allows users to define SNMP content with time, location, and alarm status