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.
PC-Free Alarm and Control Intelligence
This device supports simple yet powerful Click&Go™ technology to configure event-driven reports and alarms delivered over email, TCP/UDP, or SNMP traps, giving you a powerful and effective tool for delivering timestamped status updates in real time.
With built-in Click&Go™ intelligence, this device can be configured for simple outputs paired up with simple input triggers without the need for a PC controller. This allows it to be configured to automatically report I/O events according to conditions specified by the user.
SNMP for Ethernet Device Management
By using SNMP, IT engineers can configure the device to deliver alarms (traps) for specific I/O events, or use it to read or write directly to the I/O registers. For the strongest security, the device features SNMPv3, with authentication and encryption. With Moxa’s SNMP-capable I/O, even IT professionals can easily integrate industrial sensors and servos over an Ethernet backbone, and with its strong network management tools, it is ideal for a wide variety of industrial applications, including environmental monitoring, telecommunications, power production and delivery, and transportation.
Push Technology for Events and Alarms
When used with MX-AOPC UA Server, devices can use active push communications when communicating changes in state and/or events to a SCADA system. Unlike a polling system, when using a push architecture for communications with a SCADA system, messages will only be delivered when changes in state or configured events occur, resulting in higher accuracy and lower amounts of data that need to be transferred.