Drivers & Software
The UC-8100 computing platform is designed for embedded data acquisition applications. The computer comes with one or two RS- 232/422/485 serial ports and dual 10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN ports, as well as a Mini PCIe socket to support cellular modules. These versatile communication capabilities let users efficiently adapt the UC-8100 to a variety of complex communications solutions.
The UC-8100 is built around a Cortex-A8 RISC processor that has been optimized for use in energy monitoring systems, but is widely applicable to a variety of industrial solutions. With flexible interfacing options, this tiny embedded computer is a reliable and secure gateway for data acquisition and processing at field sites as well as a useful communication platform for many other large-scale deployments.
All units are thoroughly tested in a testing chamber, guaranteeing that the computing platforms are suitable for wide temperature applications.
Since many legacy industrial protocols are not compatible with IoT technologies, sending data from edge devices to a cloud database is often a drain on engineering resources. An optional software tool that comes with the UC-8100 series is Moxa’s ThingsPro™, an integrated data-acquisition and device-management software suite, which includes generic Modbus protocol support, as well as the IoT communication protocol MQTT, making it easy to transfer field data to a remote database in a few simple steps.
Learn more about ThingsPro™ suite: https://www.moxa.com/ThingsPro
Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT
The UC-8100 series is Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT. It can leverage the Microsoft reference configuration and has been tested to work with Microsoft Azure IOT services for your industrial IoT applications. For more information on the Azure Certified for IOT program, visit https://catalog.azureiotsuite.com/.
A complete list of Moxa’s Azure Certified for IoT products is available at: https://catalog.azureiotsuite.com/?q=moxa.
To learn more about Moxa's RISC computers and IIoT gateways, visit www.moxa.com/RISC
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Watch this video to learn how Moxa’s ThingsPro Suite can help you simplify your large-scale IIoT deployments.
To learn more about the ThingsPro Suite, visit https://www.moxa.com/Event/industrial-computers/thingspro-data-acquisition-device-management-platform/index.htm