IoT Edge Controller/Email/FTP/Webbased Intelligent

  • Microsoft Azure Certified IoT Gateway
  • No more programming, Web pages provided for control logic editing
  • Data logger and data files send back function supported
  • SNMP, SNMP Trap, MQTT and DDNS function supported
  • IF-THEN-ELSE logic rules execution ability

Request For Quotation



    WISE(Web Inside, Smart Engine) is a product series developed by ICP DAS that functions as control units for use in remote logic control and monitoring in various industrial applications. WISE offers a user-friendly and intuitive web site interface that allows users to implement IF-THEN-ELSE control logic on controllers just a few clicks away; no programming is required. With its powerful and easy-to-use features, it will minimize the learning curve, shorten time to market and dramatically reduce the labor and cost spent on system development.

    WISE-5231 provides more supports in I/O functions. It allows connections to XV-board; supports DCON I/O modules, Modbus RTU Slave modules and Modbus TCP Slave modules together. The wide range of selection options enables flexibility in I/O module integration to meet the requirements from various applications. WISE-5231 provides Data Logger function to record the I/O channel data by periodic cycle or event trigger. And it allows to send the data files by FTP to the control center. In addition to the CGI command sending function, WISE-5231 now supports the CGI command receiving function that allows the devices (such as IP camera) connected to the network to trigger the operation of IF-THEN-ELSE logic rule of WISE-5231.

    The well thought-out CGI command functions make WISE-5231 being able to interact with the devices flexibly in the network environment. WISE-5231 also supports SNMP, SNMP Trap, MQTT and DDNS protocols and services. The flexible integration ability with the SCADA and IT software or devices and the reliable ability of real-time I/O logic control and data logger make WISE-5231 the most cost-effective I/O controller in the IoT (Internet of Thing) Age.