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TRC-2190 Series 18-slot rackmount chassis managed media converter
Moxa Launches 18-Slot Rackmount Chassis Media Converter for High Port-Density Applications.
NPort IAW5000A-6I/O series from Moxa
1/2-port RS-232/422/485 IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n wireless device server with 4 DIs and 2 DOs
Moxa MC-1100 DIN-rail fanless Intel Atom E3800 protected industrial computers
Supporting IEC 60945/ATEX/marine-grade safety compliances and wide range of wireless modules.
The long-awaited compact 28-port Ethernet switch by MOXA
Compact 28-port Ethernet switch by MOXA, IEC 62443-4-2 cybersecurity standard, DIN-rail mounting.
OnCell G3150A-LTE - 4G solution for critical industrial processes by MOXA
LTE technology is the fastest growing cellular technology today. Already a popular standard in smartphones, it is being rapidly deployed in industrial devices and applications. LTE cellular connectivity is designed to provide reliable, broad coverage with low latency, which is a key requirement in mission-critical industrial applications.
Moxa Releases New Switch Firmware to Ramp Up Device Security
A new firmware upgrade for its industrial Ethernet switches with major enhancements for its security functionalities.

Articles and Reviews

How to obtain data from several RS-232/422/485
It often happens that it is required to connect a RS-232/422/485 interface device to another similar device or a PC, however, this another device is located rather far away or is placed awkwardly.
Configuring a managed switch - VLANs, RSTP, Turbo Ring, Turbo Chain, Port Trunking, Port Security and Port Mirror
In this article you can read how to configure the main functions of managed switches like: VLANs, RSTP, Turbo Ring, Turbo Chain, Port Trunking, Port Security and Port Mirror.
What is MQTT and why do we need it in IIoT? Description of MQTT protocol
Alongside with rapid industry development, there grows the number of devices required for data management and receipt.
What is the difference between managed and unmanaged switch?
Managed switch gives you detailed control over your LAN traffic and offer advanced features to control that traffic. An unmanaged switch  simply allows Ethernet devices to communicate with one another.
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