Published 02-06-2020
| Article appears in November 2019 Issue

WIRELESS GATEWAYS TAKE SENSOR DATA TO THE CLOUD

23-10-2019

Taking the Industrial Internet of Things into the cloud, Turck has released a series of universal wireless gateways specially designed for industrial automation.

The TCG20 Series gateways offer combinations of Wi-Fi and 3G cellular (UMTS) connectivity to help connect machines, plants and remote measuring points to automation networks.

Multiple interface options include serial RS232/RS485 ports, a CAN port and up to five Ethernet ports, with support for CANpen, Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, OPC UA and Codesys network variables.

An integrated web server allows each gateway to be set up online at any time using easy graphical menus, and there is an Edge-PLC Editor to handle simple controller tasks and configure the data for transmission.

The wireless gateways are a key component of Turck’s recently released Cloud Solutions, all optimised for the special requirements of industrial automation.

Turck Australia
1300 132 566
www.turck.com.au

 

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