The SeaConnect 370 IoT edge device lets users monitor and control processes and trigger actions with SeaCloud, a cloud-based, built-in event engine. This edge device is suitable for a variety of applications including asset management, data acquisition, environmental monitoring and facility management.
The SeaConnect 370 features two Form C relays, four digital inputs (wet or dry contact), two 12-bit A/D converters, a 1-Wire bus interface and a TI SimpleLink CC3200 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller unit. An optional QuickStart Demonstration Kit is available for demonstration and testing purposes.
With integrated Wi-Fi capability, the SeaConnect 370 can also be configured with a Verizon Cat 1 cellular modem. For applications where geolocation is required, the SeaConnect 370 is available with an optional cellular and GPS module.
For data logging, the 370 interfaces with Sealevel’s optional SeaCloud service. SeaCloud offers a secure, robust, scalable, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software platform and monitors, tracks, analyzes and controls data from Sealevel I/O devices. The current iteration is designed for data-at-rest applications such as condition monitoring and operational intelligence. An additional cloud option is under development for data-in-motion to provide real-time, actionable information.
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