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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:

Start up...

  • 1. Connect I/O points
    Step 1
  • 2. Connect device to the network
    Step 2
  • 3. Connect voltage supply
    Step 3
  • 4. Assign IP address

    Step 4

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.

    Control and monitor 1
  • ...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.

    Control and monitor 2
  • ...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.

    Control and monitor 3
  • ...in automatically generated information e-mails
    Whether once a minute or once a day; get the status of inputs and outputs by e-mail.
    Control and monitor 5

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.

    Alarm 1
  • ...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.
    Alarm 2
  • ...via TCP/IP socket or UDP message
    Send alarms to any TCP server or UDP application.
    Alarm 3

12 alarms can be user-configured for certain I/O states, counter states or load errors