www.advantech.com/products Online Download WISE-4012E Specifications Voltage Input ƒ ƒ Channel 2 ƒ ƒ Resolution 12-bit ƒ ƒ Sampling Rate 10 Hz (Total) ƒ ƒ Accuracy ±0.1 VDC ƒ ƒ Input Type and Range 0 ~ 10 V ƒ ƒ Input Impedance 100 kΩ Digital Input ƒ ƒ Channels 2 ƒ ƒ Logic level Dry Contact 0: Open 1: Close to GND ƒ ƒ Supports 3 kHz Counter Input (32-bit + 1-bit overflow) ƒ ƒ Keep/Discard Counter Value when Power-off ƒ ƒ Supports 3 kHz Frequency Input ƒ ƒ Supports Inverted DI Status Relay Output ƒ ƒ Channels 2 (Form A) ƒ ƒ Contact Rating 120 VAC @ 0.5 A (Resistive Load) 30 VDC @ 1A ƒ ƒ Isolation (b/w coil & contacts) 1,500 Vrms ƒ ƒ Relay On Time 10 ms ƒ ƒ Relay Off Time 7 ms ƒ ƒ Insulation Resistance 1 GΩ min. @ 500 VDC ƒ ƒ Maximum Switching 60 operations/minute ƒ ƒ Supports Pulse Output ƒ ƒ Supports High-to-Low and Low-to-High Delay Output Environment ƒ ƒ Operating Temperature -25 ~ 70°C (-13 ~ 158°F) ƒ ƒ Storage Temperature -40 ~ 85°C (-40 ~ 185°F) ƒ ƒ Operating Humidity 20 ~ 95% RH (non-condensing) ƒ ƒ Storage Humidity 0 ~ 95% RH (non-condensing) General ƒ ƒ WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz ƒ ƒ Connectors Plug-in screw terminal block (I/O) ƒ ƒ Watchdog Timer System (1.6 second) and Communication (programmable) ƒ ƒ Certification CE, FCC, R&TTE, NCC, SRRC, RoHS ƒ ƒ Dimensions (W x H x D) 80 x 139 x 25 mm ƒ ƒ Enclosure PC ƒ ƒ Power Input Micro-B USB 5 VDC ƒ ƒ Power Consumption 1.5 W @ 5 VDC ƒ ƒ Supports User Defined Modbus Address ƒ ƒ Supports Data Log Function Up to 10,000 samples with time stamp ƒ ƒ Supported Protocols Modbus/TCP, TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, and HTTP ƒ ƒ Supports RESTful Web API in JSON format ƒ ƒ Supports Web Server in HTML5 with JavaScript & CSS3 ƒ ƒ Supports System Configuration Backup and User Access Control Ordering Information ƒ ƒ WISE-4012E-AE-WA WISE-4012E IoT Developer Kit with WebAccess Advantech WebAccess 8.0 WebAccess Cloud Architecture WebAccess is a 100% web based HMI and SCADA software with private cloud software architecture.WebAccesscanprovidelargeequipmentvendors,SIs,andEnterprisesaccess to and manipulation of centralized data to configure, change/update, or monitor their equipment, projects, and systems all over the world using a standard web browser. Also, all the engineering works, such as: database configuration, graphics drawing and system management and the troubleshooting can be operated remotely. This can significantly increase the efficiency of maintenance operations and reduce maintenance costs. Business Intelligence Dashboard WebAccess8.0providesanHTML5basedDashboardasthenextgenerationofWebAccess HMI. System integrators can use Dashboard Editor to create the customized information page by using analysis charts and diagrams which are called widgets. Ample widgets have been included in the built-in widget library, such as trends, bars, alarm summary, maps…etc. After the dashboard screens have been created, end user can view the data by Dashboard Viewer in different platforms, like Explorer, Safari, Chrome, and Firefox for a seamless viewing experience across PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones. Open Interfaces WebAccess has three interfaces for different uses. First, WebAccess provides a Web Service interface for partners to integrate WebAccess data into APPs or application system. Second, a pluggable widget interface has been opened for programmer to develop their widget and run on WebAccess Dashboard. Last, WebAccess API, a DLL interface for programmer to access WebAccess platform and develop Windows applications. With these interfaces, WebAccess can act as an IoT platform for partners to develop IoT applications in various vertical markets. Google Maps and GPS Tracking Integration WebAccess integrates real-time data on each geographical site with Google Maps and GPS location tracking. For remote monitoring, users can intuitively view the current energy consumption on each building, production rate on each field or traffic flow on the highway together with alarm status. By right-clicking on Google Maps or entering the coordinate of the target, users can create a marker for the target and associate the real-time data of three sites with a display label. Furthermore, this function also integrates with GPS modules to track the location of the marker in Google Maps and allows it to be used in vehicle systems. Ample Driver Support WebAccess supports hundreds of devices. In addition to Advantech I/Os and controllers, WebAccessalsosupportsallmajorPLCs,controllersandI/Os,likeAllenBradley,Siemens, LonWorks, Mitsubushi, Beckhoff, Yokogawa etc. WebAccess can easily integrate all devices in one SCADA. All of these device drivers are integrated into WebAccess and free of charge. For a complete list of WebAccess drivers, refer to webaccess.advantech.com. Distributed SCADA Architecture with Central Database Server SCADA nodes run independent of any other node. Each SCADA node communicates to automation equipment using communication drivers supplied with Advantech WebAccess. The Project Node is a centralized database server of configuration data. A copy of the database and graphics of all SCADA nodes is kept on the Project Node. The historical data is also stored in the database in project node. Open Data Connectivity Advantech WebAccess exchanges online data with 3rd party software in real-time by supporting OPC UA/DA, DDE, Modbus and BACnet Server/Client. It supports SQL, Oracle, MySQL, and MS Access for offline data sharing. Software Requirements ƒ ƒ Operating System Windows XP (SCADA Node Only), Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 Professional, Windows Server 2008 R2 or later ƒ ƒ Hardware Intel Atom or Celeron. Dual Core processors or higher recommended 2GB RAM minimum, more recommended 30GB or more free disk space 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