IoT Edge Device Enables Control Of Real-World Processes

The SeaConnect 370 IoT edge device allows users to monitor and control real-world processes and trigger actions with SeaCloud, a cloud-based, built-in event engine. Suitable for a variety of applications including asset management, data acquisition, environmental monitoring and facility management, the device originally emerged as a solution for sign monitoring and notification. Features include the ability to configure trigger actions, web configuration accessible by mobile device, integrated Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity, two Form C relays, four digital inputs (wet or dry contact), two 12-bit a/d converters, a 1-Wire bus interface, and a TI SimpleLink CC3200 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller unit. An optional QuickStart Demonstration Kit is available for demonstration and testing purposes. An additional cloud option is under development for data-in-motion to provide real-time, actionable information. Other options include dweet.io and custom interfaces to existing customer cloud applications. Pricing for SeaConnect 370 Wi-Fi modules start at $229 and the cellular modules start at $329. For more details, visit http://www.sealevel.com/store/i-o/cloud-io.html

 

Sealevel Systems Inc.

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