www.advantech.com/products Online Download IoT Wireless I/O Modules Features Reduce the communication time and bandwidth In the IoT communication architecture, periodic polling takes lots of time and bandwidth. Once the data can be logged in the module, users can poll a batch of data at the same time, instead of polling each piece of data individually. In this case, user can simplify the polling mechanism and also reduce the communication interface fee. Data storage with time stamps The definition of data in the IoT is not only the status of everything, but also includes time or location information. With a built-in Real Time Clock (RTC), WISE modules log data with a time stamp and the MAC address of the WISE module. The internal RTC can be calibrated by SNTP with the time server. Once the module been powered-off, the internal time can also be saved using the time backup battery. When users poll the data from the data logger, the time stamp will always be attached to the data. Reducing the concerns of a wireless interface WISE-4000 Wireless IoT Ethernet I/O Modules focus on wireless connectivity. Even though a new generation of Wi-Fi interface could be stable, users are concerned that the wireless signal maybe reduced or nonexistent. In this situation, WISE modules provide local data storage. The I/O data and system events are logged in the internal flash memory of the WISE module. So now users can fetch this logged data when communication is restored. Modbus/RTU to Web Service or Modbus/TCP The RS-485 port of the WISE-4051 supports Modbus, which can be used to poll the data from Modbus/RTU devices, like ADAM-4000, or ADAM- 5000/485. Then you can access the data by Modbus/TCP or REST from the WISE-4051. The data can also be logged. File-based Cloud Logger and Local Data Storage Up to 10,000 samples of local data storage The internal flash of the WISE module can log up to 10,000 samples of data with a time stamp. The I/O data can be logged periodically, and also when the I/O status changes. Once the memory is full, users can choose to overwrite the old data to ring log or just stop the log function. When the module is powered-off, data can be kept in the module. When restarting, users can decide whether to clear all data or continue logging. Cloud Logger function with public cloud or private cloud Locally stored data can not only be polled by the user, it can also be automatically pushed to the cloud. Once the logger meets the upload criteria, it will push the data to a public cloud service such as Dropbox or Baidu. This data will be saved on the cloud using a *.csv file extension and users can synchronize the data on the cloud using the application provided by the cloud provider and access it from wherever they are. Using the included RESTful API, users can configure their private cloud server and push the data to it in the JSON format. Cloud Logger provides a very flexible solution for cloud data storage making WISE modules a one stop solution from data acquisition to the cloud. Power & Energy Automation 8 5 4 4 10 Panel PCs 9 iDoor Technology Modules 8 Industrial monitors 7 Industrial IoT Gateways 6 Control Cabinet PCs High-Performance Control Panels Industrial Operator Panels 3 2 IntelligentMotionControl andMachineVision 1 11 Control IPCs 12 Remote DA&C Systems 13 Wireless IoT Sensing Devices 14 15 RS-485 I/O Modules 16 Thin-Client Terminals Industrial Ethernet Solutions 17 IP Gateway and Serial Device Servers iNetworking 18 19 WebAccess+ Solution Ethernet I/O Modules Chapter 14 Table of Contents Table of Contents