Applications for the Web-IO Digital:
Simple incorporation of digital IOs into your application
Essentially just a few steps are necessary to integrate your Web-IO into existing systems:
1. Connect I/O points
2. Connect device to the network
3. Connect voltage supply
4. Assign IP address
Control and monitor...
... directly via the Web browser interface;
the simplest way of monitoring and controlling digital I/Os. After entering the IP address in the usual Web browser, the start page with the current status appears.
...in your own applications via
TCP/IP socket/UDP query
When creating your own applications this is the easiest way to use a simple HTTP Get command for implementing the I/Os and counters.
...in SNMP management systems
You always get up-to-date information through the I/Os, just as through your various SNMP devices in the network.
...in automatically generated information e-mails
Whether once a minute or once a day; get the status of inputs and outputs by e-mail.
Sending alarms ...
... via alarm e-mail
The device sends you an e-mail whenever there is an alarm state. Using mobile wireless services you can even receive the alarm as an SMS on your cell phone.
...via SNMP trap or Syslog
Alarms, warm-start or cold-start or other error messages can be seen at a glance in your SNMP or Syslog manager.
...via TCP/IP socket or UDP message
Send alarms to any TCP server or UDP application.
12 alarms can be user-configured for certain I/O states, counter states or load errors