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Our universal controllers and I/O products use Click&Go control logic, which includes our patented active monitoring technology and support for a versatile set of OT/IT protocols, to help you easily configure, deploy, and realize IIoT applications such as energy monitoring, facility monitoring, and machine OEM applications.
  • ioLogik E1200 Series

    The ioLogik E1200 Series supports the most often-used protocols for retrieving I/O data, making it capable of handling a wide variety of applications. Most IT engineers use SNMP or RESTful API protocols, but OT engineers are more familiar with OT-based protocols, such as Modbus and EtherNet/IP. Moxa's Smart I/O makes it possible for both IT and OT engineers to conveniently retrieve data from the same I/O device. The ioLogik E1200 Series speaks six different protocols, including Modbus TCP, EtherNet/IP, and Moxa AOPC for OT engineers, as well as SNMP, RESTful API, and Moxa MXIO library for IT engineers. The ioLogik E1200 retrieves I/O data and converts the data to any of these protocols at the same time, allowing you to get your applications connected easily and effortlessly.
  • ioLogik E2200 Series

    Moxa’s ioLogik E2200 Series Ethernet Remote I/O is a PC-based data acquisition and control device that uses proactive, event-based reporting to control I/O devices and features the Click&Go programming interface. Unlike traditional PLCs, which are passive and must poll for data, Moxa’s ioLogik E2200 Series will, when paired with our MX-AOPC UA Server, communicate with SCADA systems using active messaging that is pushed to the server only when state changes or configured events occur. Additionally, the ioLogik E2200 features SNMP for communications and control using an NMS (Network Management System), allowing IT professionals to configure the device to push I/O status reports according to configured specifications. This report-by-exception approach, which is new to PC-based monitoring, requires far less bandwidth than traditional polling methods.
  • ioLogik R1200 Series

    The ioLogik R1200 Series RS-485 serial remote I/O devices are perfect for establishing a cost-effective, dependable, and easy-to-maintain remote process control I/O system. Remote serial I/O products offer process engineers the benefit of simple wiring, as they only require two wires to communicate with the controller and other RS-485 devices while adopting the EIA/TIA RS-485 communication protocol to transmit and receive data at high speed over long distances. In addition to communication configuration by software or USB and dual RS-485 port design, Moxa’s remote I/O devices eliminate the nightmare of extensive labor associated with the setup and maintenance of data acquisition and automation systems. Moxa also offers different I/O combinations, which provide greater flexibility and are compatible with many different applications.
  • ioLogik R2100 Series

    The ioLogik R2100 Series was designed for system integrators to acquire and control remote analog devices over RS-485 connections. Different types of analog devices can be controlled, including sensors that read pH, conductivity, temperature, humidity, pressure, and flow, as well as actuators and valves. The ioLogik R2100 Series can be used with the standard Modbus protocol, and SCADA software or the MXIO DLL library can be used to access the server.
  • ioLogik 2500 Series

    ioLogik 2500 smart Ethernet remote I/O devices feature unique hardware and software designs, making them ideal solutions for a variety of industrial data acquisition applications. The ioLogik 2500’s hardware design includes a 4-port unmanaged Ethernet switch and 2 serial ports, enabling it to seamlessly connect to a variety of field devices.

    One of the Ethernet ports can be used to link to 8 daisy-chained ioLogik E1200 expansion modules to provide more than 100 channels. The ioLogik 2500 acts as the “head” unit, with Click&Go Plus logic used to control the entire I/O array. Most importantly, a single IP is all that is required to connect the entire I/O array to your network, providing the perfect solution for industrial field sites that have an insufficient number of IP addresses.
  • ioLogik 4000 Series

    The ioLogik 4000 Series is suitable for remote monitoring and alarm systems, such as those used for water treatment systems, water supply systems, wastewater treatment systems, and power monitoring systems. These kinds of applications need more I/O points and a variety of I/O types, including temperature sensors, gas detectors, and water quality detectors, all of which can benefit from the versatile mixture of I/O features supported by the ioLogik 4000 Series.
  • ioLogik 4000 Series (M) Modules

    The ioLogik 4000 Series is suitable for remote monitoring and alarm systems, such as those used for water treatment systems, water supply systems, wastewater treatment systems, and power monitoring systems. These kinds of applications need more I/O points and a variety of I/O types, including temperature sensors, gas detectors, and water quality detectors, all of which can benefit from the versatile mixture of I/O features supported by the ioLogik 4000 Series.
  • ioMirror E3200 Series

    The ioMirror E3200 Series, which is designed as a cable-replacement solution to connect remote digital input signals to output signals over an IP network, provides 8 digital input channels, 8 digital output channels, and a 10/100M Ethernet interface. Up to 8 pairs of digital input and output signals can be exchanged over Ethernet with another ioMirror E3200 Series device, or can be sent to a local PLC or DCS controller. Over a local area network, the ioMirror can achieve a low signal latency (typically less than 20 ms). With the ioMirror, remote sensors can be connected to local controllers or display panels over copper, fiber, or wireless Ethernet infrastructures, and signals can be transmitted over virtually unlimited distances, without noise problems.