- Ethernet I/O controller with 8 thermocouple inputs and 4 digital outputs
- Supports J, K, T, E, R, S, B, and N type thermocouple and mV modes
- Conversion Time: Less than 90 ms
- Front-end intelligence with Moxa patented Click&Go control logic, up to 24 rules
- Active communication with MX-AOPC UA Server
- Saves time and wiring costs with peer-to-peer communications
- Supports SNMP v1/v2c/v3
- Friendly configuration via web browser
- Simplifies I/O management with MXIO library for Windows or Linux
- Wide operating temperature models available for -40 to 75C environments
Moxa’s ioLogik E2200 Series Ethernet Remote I/O is a PC-based data acquisition and control device. It features proactive, event-based reporting to control I/O devices. Included with Moxa's patented programming interface, Click&Go. Unlike traditional PLCs, which are passive and must poll for data, Moxa’s ioLogik E2200 Series will, when paired with its MX-AOPC UA Server, communicate with SCADA systems using active messaging. IoLogik E2200 series will communicate to server only at state changes or occurrence of configured events.
Moxa IoLogik E2200 series features SNMP for communications and control using an NMS (Network Management System). This allows 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, takes up lower bandwidth compared to traditional polling methods.
Moxa's ioLogik E2262 can extend the wiring length of sensors up to 10 fold. For example, whereas the wiring for a J-Type may normally extend only 10 m, the ioLogik E2262 can be used to increase the J-Type TC wiring length up to 100 m. Moxa's ioLogik E2262 has two cold junction compensation sets and supports digital filtering. Calibration, linearization, and calculation are based on the devices traced by the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and are stored in memory to eliminate this source of error. Moxa's ioLogik E2262 can also detect burnout and disconnection.