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Jul 14 2016

Get IIoT Ready with Red Lion

Posted by Mike Wojda in Networking

IIoT implementation is driven by the need for smarter, more interconnected operations. To achieve this, organizations require easy-to-use solutions to connect and expand the capabilities of legacy equipment within existing facilities. This is why Red Lion provides IIoT-ready solutions that leverage protocol conversion, visual management, remote monitoring and industrial Ethernet technologies to help customers do MORE.

 Connect MORE:

Use protocol conversion to extend equipment lifespan with Graphite® HMIs and Data Station Plus.

  • Enable communication between 300+ industrial protocols
  • Support a variety of physical interface media: serial, Ethernet, USB
  • Leverage built-in web server for remote monitoring
  • Send alarms and log real-time data directly to CSV file 

Control MORE:

Push control to the edge with remote monitoring enabled by RAM® cellular RTUs.

  • Trigger I/O or send SMS text alerts based on real-time data
  • Address harsh environment conditions with rugged, secure platform
  • Support varied connectivity options from I/O to serial, Ethernet and Wi-Fi
  • Use security features to ensure data is protected

Monitor MORE:

Improve process visibility with visual management driven by the ProducTVity Station.

  • Turn any TV into a graphical KPI, OEE and Andon display
  • Enable communication between 300+ industrial protocols
  • Leverage built-in web server for remote monitoring
  • Support a variety of physical interface media: serial, Ethernet, USB

Network MORE:

Expand network reliability with industrial Ethernet powered by NT24k® switches.

  • Over 100 mixed-media configuration options: Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, Copper, Fiber, SFP, PoE+
  • Withstand extreme conditions with rugged environmental specs
  • Enable plug-and-play deployment thanks to auto-configuration
  • Built-in N-Ring™ technology provides 30ms network healing time

 

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