Artila launches mobile industrial IoT gateway

January 19, 2018 ECD Staff

Artila Electronics, which develops and manufactures Linux-ready ARM embedded industrial computers, has announced the availability of Matrix-713, a Single Port Serial-to-Wifi gateway. The Matrix-713 gateway system is a fanless, Linux-ready, Cortex-A5 industrial box computer suitable for the mobile computing, integration, and control applications such as those found in vehicles and smart factories. Matrix-713 provide a series of optional I/O interfaces including isolated RS-485 Serial ports, CAN, digital I/O,  and Gigabit Ethernet ports that can be used to flexibly connect with various equipment and systems that already exist on the field.

Matrix-713 supports GPS/GLONASS and 9 axis MEMS microsensor for location information transition more accurate. For software, Matrix-713 comes equipped with Node-Red, a browser-based flow editor with a dashboard builder and a rich RESTful APIs, which system integrators can use to design and generate user interfaces and create various web-services and mobile applications.

Artila’s Matrix-713 is designed for harsh environments, with a wide operating temperature range from -20 to 80°C. It also offers a miniPCIe slot that can be easily deploy RF modules to achieve wireless network communication and position, such as LTE/4G, 3G, Wifi, BLE, LoRa, etc. For its mobile ability, it uses a dual power source which can support battery backup.

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