Collect the sensor data from industrial machines, such as turbines or motors. Route all data to a cloud-based AggreGate instance for further pattern analysis and anomaly detection.
Build a smart home around an LTPS unit by connecting all appliances via various wired and wireless channels. Develop and test the web-based and mobile-friendly HMIs embedded into the box.
Control and monitor processes by using the PLC logic standards: Functional Block Diagram (FBD), Structured Text (ST), Ladder Diagram (LD), and Sequential Function Chart (SFC).
Supervise the intelligent building systems, including HVAC, lighting, energy, fire safety, physical security, and more.
Track the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and perform the in-depth analysis of your machines by using LTPS as a data acquisition gateway.
Telecom Tower Monitoring
Enable centralized monitoring and control for the fuel, energy, climate, perimeter security, and BTS equipment.
Connect any non-IP meters and sensors to a cloud-based automatic meter reading system. Be sure that the data is buffered while the centralized storage is not available due to network issues.
Connect Gensets that don't have anything beside the dry contacts. Track the fuel levels, oil pressure, water/oil temperature, power output, active alarms, maintenance status, and more.
Check the health of non-IP UPS units and battery packs by tracking the bypass mode state, voltages, currents, frequencies, remaining battery, load percentages, temperature, and other metrics.
Combine your LTPS-based PLC or IIoT gateway with a physical access controller or custom security device by connecting various readers, locks and sensors. The access control logic is already there.
Sensor Network Gateway
Connect your wired or wireless field sensors and bridge data to the cloud. Design the local maps, add some weather information, and more.
Mobile Asset Tracking
Collect the telemetry data from any moving assets, such as vehicles or containers. Centralize the processing and analytics in the cloud.
1GHz Cortex-A8 Sitara CPU from Texas Instruments
10/100 Base-T Ethernet port with onboard magnetics and RJ45 jack
51 I/O lines on 7 tiles (14 x module + 14 x connector sockets)
Optional Wi-Fi connectivity
Optional GPRS connectivity
4 UARTs support serial, Wiegand, and clock/data streams
2 CAN ports
4 synchronous serial ports with SPI and I2C modes
Onboard buzzer + optional 96KHz stereo audio line out, mic. in
Onboard RTC with a backup supercapacitor
512MB DDR3 SDRAM + 512MB NAND flash
Optional micro SD card slot
5V power (12V/24V/48V/POE via Tibbit modules)