IoT Device with Ethernet

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Industrial IoT Device with Ethernet can be used in various applications from Industrial IoT to a simple data logger. 

This advanced series comes equipped with built-in Ethernet, expanding connectivity options. Ideal for ESP32 Ethernet implementations in industrial settings, it offers robust I/O and voltage support.

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Ethernet Connectivity

IoT Device with Ethernet

Ethernet communication plays a crucial role in IoT (Internet of Things) devices, offering several benefits:

  1. Reliability
  2. High Bandwidth
  3. Security
  4. Longer Range
  5. Low Latency
  6. Power Over Ethernet (PoE) capability
  7. Compatibility

Features available

Pixel RGB Led Indicator

DS3221 RTC

SMA External Antenna

NORVI SMA Connector

I/O Options to Choose

0-10V Analog Inputs

Digital Inputs

Digital Inputs

Open collector Transistor

Thermocouple Inputs


The applications of IoT Device with Ethernet connectivity are diverse and encompass various industries and use cases, including:

    1. Industrial Automation: Ethernet-enabled IoT devices are commonly used in industrial automation for monitoring and controlling machinery, processes, and equipment in manufacturing plants, warehouses, and industrial facilities.

    2. Smart Buildings: Ethernet-connected IoT devices are utilized in smart building systems for managing lighting, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), security systems, energy management, and building automation.

    3. Smart Cities: In smart city initiatives, Ethernet-enabled IoT devices play a crucial role in collecting and analyzing data to optimize urban infrastructure, including traffic management, waste management, public transportation, and environmental monitoring.

    4. Healthcare: Ethernet-connected IoT devices are employed in healthcare applications for remote patient monitoring, medical equipment management, asset tracking, and hospital facility management.

    5. Retail: In the retail sector, Ethernet-enabled IoT devices are used for inventory management, point-of-sale systems, digital signage, customer analytics, and enhancing the overall shopping experience.

    6. Agriculture: Ethernet-connected IoT devices are utilized in precision agriculture for monitoring soil conditions, irrigation systems, weather conditions, crop health, and automated farming equipment.

    7. Transportation and Logistics: Ethernet-enabled IoT devices play a vital role in transportation and logistics for fleet management, vehicle tracking, route optimization, supply chain visibility, and cargo monitoring.

    8. Energy Management: In energy management applications, Ethernet-connected IoT devices are employed for monitoring energy consumption, optimizing energy usage, and managing smart grid infrastructure.

    9. Environmental Monitoring: Ethernet-enabled IoT devices are used for environmental monitoring applications, including air quality monitoring, water quality monitoring, weather stations, and pollution control systems.

    10. Security and Surveillance: Ethernet-connected IoT devices are utilized in security and surveillance systems for video monitoring, access control, intrusion detection, and alarm systems.