MultiConnect®Conduit™ Programmable Gateway for the Internet of Things - Ethernet only with GPS Application Enabled version Node-RED supported
MultiConnect® Conduit™ is the industry’s most configurable, manageable, and scalable communications gateway for industrial IoT applications.
Network engineers can remotely configure and optimize their Conduit performance through DeviceHQ®, the world’s first IoT Application Store and
Device Management platform. The Conduit features Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/Bluetooth Low Energy (BT/BLE), GNSS, and two accessory card slots that enable users to
plug in MultiConnect® mCard™ accessory cards supporting their preferred wired or wireless interface to connect a wide range of assets locally to the gateway
thousands of MultiConnect® mDot™ and xDot™ long range RF modules connected to remote sensors or appliances. Both IBM’s Node-RED, a graphical,
drag-and-drop interface and mLinux™ Open Embedded/Yocto opens the complex world of IoT application development to a wider user group to
monitor and control their assets. Quick-to-deploy and easy to customize and manage, the Conduit communications gateway realizes your IoT application.
For the Advanced Developer – Open mLinux Development Environment
With a completely open Linux development environment, our mLinux distribution is based on the Open Embedded/Yocto project; providing hundreds of open source packages and extensive language support.
This development path is recommended for those wanting to port existing applications, who have strong language preferences, or who need complete firmware control.
The mLinux Distribution Includes:
- Operating System: Linux 3.12 Kernel, Yocto 1.6
- Packages: SQLite (Database), Ligttpd (Web Server), BusyBox (Core Utilities), Etc…
MultiConnect Conduit Accessories – From the Gateway to the Endpoint
MultiConnect Conduit is the center of an integrated IoT platform and comes with the following options:
MultiConnect mCards provide the flexibility needed to manage diverse infrastructures, supporting a wide range of interfaces and communication protocols including:
- Multi-Function Serial (both DTE and DCE variants)
- General Purpose Input Output (GPIO)
- LoRaWAN Long Range, Low Power Wireless Access Network