The controllers for GSM remote monitoring work over mobile networks. Correspondingly, they use GPRS, 3G, and 4G(LTE) as the main communication channels for GSM wireless for remote connections. These controllers are used, not only in places without Ethernet (LAN) connectivity but where connectivity over mobile networks is mandatory.All devices have 3 years warranty.
4G LTE universal IO module TCG140-4 with HTTP(S) API and MODBUS RTU support.Read More
HTTP(S) API and MQTT publisher support for remote monitoring and control systems.Read More
GPRS remote IO module for general data acquisition applications. Data logger. MODBUS RTU sensors support.Read More
Regular HTTP Post for supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software. SMS relay activation.Read More
All devices for GSM remote monitoring over mobile networks have a built-in WEB server for easy setup. As a result, all settings can be done with a standard browser such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc. In other words, for the setup of the controller, you don’t need a special software.
The devices for GSM remote monitoring maintain machine-to-machine (M2M) communication protocols such as HTTP Post with XML/JSON status files and HTTP API commands. So, they can be part of systems for data acquisition and remote control even they don’t have public static IP address.
The remote monitoring controllers have a parallel setup channel, for SMS commands. Because of that, remote operation with them is very flexible.
These devices support e-mail client with TLS encryption for sending e-mail alert on alarm conditions. Together with e-mails, the alert can be sent as a standard SMS as well.
The controllers for GSM remote monitoring over mobile networks have standard analog inputs to DC voltages measurements as well as digital inputs for dry contact monitoring.
All controllers of this group are suitable for remote monitoring and control of facilities for mobile networks equipment, environmental monitoring in vehicles as well as for environmental monitoring in pharmaceuticals and food warehouses, etc.
For more details, see the pages of specific products.