The Netbiter LC350 edge connectivity gateway has built-in connectivity to ThingWorx which is configured through a local web-based user interface that do not require any programming or software engineering. This simple configuration method makes the Netbiter LC350 unique and a very simple solution for getting an installation connected to the ThingWorx cloud.
The LC350 gateway connects to equipment for Power Generators, UPS systems, Waste/Wastewater monitoring equipment, Building- and HVAC systems, Industrial automation equipment and many more.
The gateway can connect to your field equipment via Modbus RTU/TCP. In addition, on-board I/Os provides the option to connect sensors and additional equipment to the system.
The uplink to ThingWorx is made via a Cellular or Ethernet network. Any local SIM card can be used as long as it has a data plan.
The LC350 gateway offers unique technology for secure access to your industrial equipment located behind firewalls without opening ports for incoming traffic. The gateway communicates via Ethernet and eliminates the need for public, fixed IP addresses or third-party VPN tunnels.
The LC350 gateway contains a built-in web server, allowing you to remotely monitor and control industrial devices and equipment connected over Ethernet. This makes it useful also for remote connectivity within closed and secure Local Area Networks (LAN).
The user friendly web interface and configurable pages can be accessed using any standard web browser. In addition, the LC350 also contains built-in features for alarm handling and data logging. Here you can monitor live values, manage and re-direct alarms, and view logged data.
ORDER CODE: NB1015
Description: LC350 with ThingWorx connectivity
Included components: LC350 gateway, Antenna, DIN rail mounting kit, Installation guide (Power supply not included)
Warranty: 3 years
INCLUDED THINGWORX CONNECTIVITY
Includes: Built-in connector to ThingWorx and a web-based configuration interface. It is possible to connect with the gateway from a PC / laptop using either an Ethernet network connection (WAN-port of the gateway) or a USB (micro-connector) connection.