Meet the smart wired and wireless probes and sensors, smart communication gateways and communication interfaces, cloud datalogging, and all for the industry standard Internet of Things IIoT / OMEGA layer N cloud.

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Wireless Smart Environmental Sensor

Wireless Smart Environmental Sensor

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from € 104,10 excl. VAT
Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Light sensors. Free Layer N Standard Cloud service accessible from any connected device.…
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Smart Load Cell Probe

Smart Load Cell Probe

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€ 120,50 excl. VAT
Autoscaling 350 ohm - 5000 ohm Bridge Input Circuits. Auto adjusted activation current. Hardware and software TARE function. 2-point…
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Smart Probe Heat Flux Sensor

Smart Probe Heat Flux Sensor

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€ 137 excl. VAT
1x Heat Flux Thermopile including Thermocouple Temperature Compensation monitoring device. 2x Digital I/O. Software configurable through…
How to Connect MODBUS Devices to the Layer N

How to Connect MODBUS Devices to the Layer N

Industrial automation systems are expensive assets, designed to offer reliable performance for years. Typically, industrial systems last for decades. It is impractical than to discard these existing systems when new technology becomes available.

So, how do businesses remain competitive and efficient if they cannot afford to adopt new technology? The scenario is common today for most industrial setups...


Upgrade Legacy Systems to IIoT and Achieve More

Upgrade Legacy Systems to IIoT and Achieve More

Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT is a prerequisite for industries looking to embrace digital transformation. It is through this connected ecosystem that businesses gain increased visibility in their processes, ensure equipment uptime, perform predictive maintenance, and increase productivity and profitability.

However, realizing these benefits through smart factory initiatives is more challenging than it may seem. The most common obstacle is collecting operational data from legacy machines and communicating that data to the cloud...