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Launched by NOVUS on July 17, LogBox 3G is an IoT device for remote and mobile monitoring with full data access via 3G or 2G cellular network. It has backup security memory, ensuring complete data integrity in case of cell coverage failures. The device has two universal analog inputs capable of accepting a wide range of sensors. It also has some internal sensors for measuring the temperature, battery voltage and external source.
Elipse Software, specialized in SCADA software, has developed a communication driver for the Elipse E3 platform for LogBox 3G. Once integrated, the LogBox 3G sends its data to E3, which serves as a graphical interface and dashboard to display them to the user.
LogBox 3G also allows sending commands and receiving SMS alerts. To use it integrated with E3, the user only needs to fill in a few fields such as login and password to access the NOVUS gateway and identify the LogBox.
The information gained through NXperience BLE can be exported directly from your mobile phone to the Cloud or to any computer, allowing the generation of reports and graphs that facilitate analysis of the data anytime, anywhere.
It was with great emotion that NOVUS Automation inaugurated its new headquarters in October 2018. Located in Canoas, in Rio Grande do Sul, the new space has more than five thousand square meters of built area, three thousands of them dedicated to the factory.
The new space has more than five thousand square meters of built area and is part of a set of actions of NOVUS strategic planning, which aims to double its revenues by 2020 and increase participation in national and international markets.
AirGate Modbus is a gateway designed to create a network of wireless sensors. It can be used as extender of Modbus RS485 network and offers flexibility and scalability for the various networks inside facilities. It has long range wireless communication, reaching up to 3200 feet.
There is an expression in Brazilian Portuguese to refer to something badly done: “made in the thighs”. But where does that expression come from? The most used explanation for its origin comes from the era of slavery in Brazil. The slaves that were unable to do heavy work were responsible for producing tiles, molding the clay on their thighs. As each one had a different size and shape of thigh, the tile production was completely heterogeneous and the roof assembly was crooked, looking like it had been badly made, or “made on the thighs”!
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