Using SNMP for a Ethernet-Based Home Automation System

A startup company was developing a product which provides service partners with an integrated e-services platform that allows customers to remotely monitor and control devices in their home or business. In order to complete their project, the startup needed a control system that could monitor and control the many different devices used by their potential customers, preferably with an open protocol for greater flexibility. SNMP was their first choice, as it is commonly used and well understood in the IT field. The next step was to choose an I/O server to connect to the sensors in a home automation system. System Requirements - Open Ethernet-based procotol - SNMP protocol for I/O control - Compact size to save space - Long-term support and services

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  • VENDOR
  • CUSTOMER
  • A startup company developing a product which provides service partners with an integrated e-services platform that allows customers to remotely monitor and control devices in their home or business.

  • SOLUTION
  • This startup chose Moxa Active Ethernet I/O products as their I/O server to connect the sensors in their clients’ houses and facilities to the home automation system. Moxa’s broad technological expertise is reflected in the ioLogik Active Ethernet I/O product line, which sports features appreciated by both IT and automation professionals. SNMP protocol support makes it easy to write software for the control system, and the thorough collection of 12 DIs and 8 DOs provides abundant connectivity options. The MXIO library of VB, VC, BCB, .NET, and C code helps programmers deploy their own software. For even easier deployment, Moxa’s Click&Go™ setup uses simple IF-THEN-ELSE statements that IT professionals without any specialized training can quickly configure in just minutes. Product Solutions: ioLogik E2210 Smart Ethernet Remote I/O with 12 DIs, 8 DOs

  • DATA COLLECTED
  • OPERATIONAL IMPACT
  • Impact #1

    Hassle-free implementation. Open protocol for easy integration

  • QUANTITATIVE BENEFIT
  • INDUSTRIES
  • Equipment & Machinery
  • FUNCTIONS
  • Product Development
  • ENABLED CAPABILITIES
  • Asset Tracking & Monitoring
    Overall Equipment Effectiveness
    Remote Access & Control
  • CONNECTIVITY PROTOCOLS
  • Ethernet
    Other frequency
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