Gather, monitor and archive analog measurement values over the Internet/Intranet
Step 1: Startup
Step 2: You’re off and running
Read analog measurements directly in your browser
Analog measurements can be displayed directly in your Web browser.
Visualize live values using Java applet
With the integrated Java applet and the sample page pre-installed in the unit, measured values can be displayed to seconds of accuracy and automatically refreshed.
The level of the tank in a production facility needs to be monitored. The responsible production manager needs to be informed via e-mail as soon as the level reaches a critical value.
Sending messages from a truck scale over the network
The measuring transducer sends the weight of the truck back to the Web-IO Analog-In in the form of a 0...20mA signal. The Web-IO Analog-In saves the data to an FTP server.
Step 3: Integration into your system
Room air monitoring with Web-IO Analog-In + CO2 sensor
The combination of a Web-IO Analog-In with a CO2 sensor allows you to conveniently monitor the air quality of a room.
Get analog measurement values onto the network using measuring transducers
Get any analog measurement value onto the network using measuring transducers and save your data directly to a database.
Retrieve and display multiple measurements using PHP
Acquire measurements from multiple devices and display them on a single Web page using PHP
We have provided a few copy&paste examples for you already:
Value display using an analog instrument
Visualize measured values with RRDTool
Write analog measured values directly to a Linux server into an RRDTool database and create individual information graphics.
Publish Web-IO’s in the Internet via DSL
Dynamic IP addresses, NAT and other things you need to know.
Connect to a wireless LAN
Incorporation of Web-IO Analog-In in WLANs with Ethernet client bridges.