Moxa introduced their MiiNePort W1 embedded serial-to-wireless module. The MiiNePort W1 embedded wireless module provides IEEE 802.11 b/g wireless connectivity to serial devices. The new Moxa product is compact and consumes only 1.18W of power. The MiiNePort W1 serial-to-wireless module is ideal for industrial automation, RFID and smart green (solar power) applications.
Moxa introduced the EN 50155-certified V2416 x86 Intel Atom embedded system. The V2416 railway computer features hot swappable storage bay, dual VGA and DVI-I outputs, four RS-232/422/485 serial ports, dual LAN ports, and three USB 2.0 hosts. The Moxa V2416 embedded system is based on the Intel Atom N270 x86 processor. The V2416 includes two slots for additional storage media (such as hard disks or SSD drives). The Moxa V2416 embedded computer is ideal for network video recorder (NVR), railway and industrial applications.
Moxa introduced the DA-683 x86-based embedded computer. The DA-683 embedded system features the 1.66 GHz Intel Dual Core Atom D510, DVI-I, six LANs, two serial ports, four DIs, four DOs, four USB 2.0 ports, CompactFlash, and two peripheral expansion slots. The Moxa DA-683 supports IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613, and IEEE 1588 version 2. The IEEE 1588 v.2 precision time protocol gives automation systems highly precise time accuracy for event logging. The is fanless rackmount computer ideal for power automation and power substation applications.
The Moxa ioPAC-8020 modular RTU controller is an industrial-grade platform for data acquisition and monitoring. The ioPAC-8020 can be connected to fixed devices such as PLCs, smart meters and other serial devices. It has an operating temperature of -40 to 75°C. The ioPAC-8020 is compliant with the EN50155 railway standard and available with a DIN-Rail mounting kit. It is ideal for rolling stock, wayside cabinet, roadside, environmental monitoring, and train monitoring applications.
Moxa introduced the IA3341 embedded computer. The IA3341 embedded system is based on the MOXA ART ARM9 industrial processor. The IA3341 features two RS-232/422/485 serial ports, dual LANs, four digital input channels, four digital output channels, two analog input channels, and two thermocouple channels. Meters, sensors, and other devices can all connect easily to the IA3341. The embedded system can be used as a front-end controller to perform industrial tasks, such as data acquisition, data computing, protocol conversion, and data analysis. The Moxa IA3341 is also ideal for industrial and solar power applications.
The MC-4510-C23 Master series embedded marine computers, from Moxa, offer high performance and reliability for marine bridge systems. The embedded system features Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, modular design, compact form factor, and Moxa’s HDD socket design, which offers supreme anti-vibration and anti-shock protection. The MC-4510-C23 supports Windows 7, XPE, and CE.
The MiiNePort E2 embedded device server, from Moxa, is designed for manufacturers who want to add network connectivity to serial devices with minimal integration effort. The MiiNePort E2 features the MiiNe SoC, which supports 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, up to 921.6 Kbps serial baudrate, a set of ready-to-use operation modes, and requires only a small amount of power. The Moxa MiiNePort E2 embedded device server does not have an RJ45 Ethernet connector.
The Moxa V2101 embedded computer is based on the Intel Atom Z510PT x86 processor. The V2101 features two serial ports, dual Gigabit LAN ports, four USB 2.0 hosts, SD socket, and VGA and LVDS outputs. In addition to the standard model, the V2101 also comes as -40 to 85°C wide temperature model for harsh industrial environments. The Moxa V2101 is ideal for industrial applications, such as SCADA and factory automation.
Moxa introduced the DA-710 x86-based fanless rackmount embedded computer with modular flexibility. The Moxa DA-710 embedded computer supports USB, VGA, and CompactFlash. It features four Ethernets ports, two RS-232 serial ports, and 19-inch, 4U high form factor. The DA-710 rackmount computer is ideal for industrial automation applications. The modular expansion design enables users to tailor their embedded computers.