Embedded automation computer has daisy chain network capabilities
Advantech's UNO-2362G Embedded Automation Computer features a daisy chain network that allows the user to create networks without a switch; iDoor technology includes fieldbus protocols.
Advantech's UNO-2362G Embedded Automation Computer comes with an AMD G-series dual core processor, daisy chain network capabilities, and iDoor technology.
The daisy chain technology allows users to connect to and configure multiple Advantech ADAM modules to create star networks without the need to use a network switch.
Modules for the iDoor system include fieldbus protocols such as Profinet, EtherCAT, and Powerlink. It also has expansion and storage; digital and analog I/O; WAN, MAN, and LAN communications with Wi-FI, GPS, GPRS, and LTE as well as ancillary modules such as temperature, brightness, smart meters and others.
There are also two display outputs (DisplayPort and HDMI) which can run two monitors, four USB 2.0 ports, one mini-PCI socket and two Gigabit LAN ports.
The UNO-2362G supports WebAccess 7.2 management software with IPV6 support, SUSIAccess, and Advantech DiagAnywhere software applications.
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