cMT-G01 Communication Gateway
In an IIoT application, data integration plays a very important role. To achieve data integration, it is essential that the communication between onsite machines and upper layer data management systems (SCADA, ERP...etc.) be seamless. However, in a factory where each controller uses a unique driver for communication, data integration is extremely difficult.
Having more than 20 years of rich experience in developing HMI, Weintek RD Team has released the IIoT smart communication gateway model: cMT-G01, as the best solution for data transfer and integration in IIoT. Built in with the de-facto standard IIoT protocols: MQTT and OPC UA while having the ability to process data as conventional HMI, cMT-G01 fulfills the demand for Protocol Integration of different controllers, Data Acquisition and Analysis from onsite machines, Secure Data Transmission to the upper layer data management systems, and Real-time Event/Alarm Notification to the operator. cMT-G01 can perfectly upgrade a factory to a smart factory.
cMT-G01 supports remote access service: EasyAccess 2.0.
The cMT-G01 installed in the factory can be accessed by users in a remote location, enabling users to obtain operation status of onsite machines, maintain controllers connected to cMT-G01.
cMT-G01 supports Modbus protocol. With cMT-G01 performing protocol conversion, upper management system can access any cMT-G01-attached controller simply by Modbus TCP/IP. In addition, the built-in MQTT Server / Client and OPC UA Server on cMT-G01 enable easy integration of distinct onsite devices, and facilitate data transfer to the upper layer data management systems such as SCADA or ERP.
cMT-G01 can run user-defined Macro to perform Logical / Arithmetical operations and System Tag determination. This capability gives users with complete operational status of onsite machines. Furthermore, Macro supports Conversion Tag, which is used to scale, calculate or convert linear or non-linear data into meaningful data automatically.
cMT-G01, conventional HMIs that do not support MQTT or OPC UA, all onsite machines’ data can be transmitted using MQTT or OPC UA protocols to the upper layer management system such as SCADA or ERP.