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NORVI Expands Its Industrial IoT Offerings
NORVI's line of programmable Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices include the NORVI IIOT and NORVI Arita with an ESP32 system-on-chip. The company has released seven expansion modules: NB-IOT with BC95-G; LoRa with Reyax; analog (0-10V); analog (4-20mA); temperature (thermocouple); temperature (RTD); and load cell. All of the modules communicate with the controller via an expansion port on the side of the device.
In addition, the company has launched the NORVI Agent 1, with a lesser input count than the NORVI IIOT, and with the option of choosing a microcontroller type depending on the application. The device comes with either an ESP32-WROVER32 or STM32L series ultra-low-power microcontroller. As communication options, NB-IoT and LoRA come built in. The NORVI Agent 2, meanwhile, is designed for panel-mount applications with ESP32-WROOM32. It has a 0.96 OLED display for use in monitoring and diagnosing applications. The NORVI Cema Industrial Arduino is a compact version of the NORVI series with eight outputs and eight inputs. Two transistor outputs add PWM or Pulse output capabilities. The device comes with a six-pin expansion port with serial output and is intended for use in industrial environments.
The Agent One Industrial IoT Node features multiple processor and communication options. It can be used in various applications, ranging from Industrial IoT to a simple data logger. It can be ordered with ESP32-WROVER-B or with an ultra-low-power STM32L151xE. The Industrial ESP32 Node supports LoRa, NB-IoT and Wi-Fi communication. The Agent Two Panel Mount IoT Node features an ESP32-WROOM SoC, built into a panel-mount device, for applications requiring a tiny display. A front-mount USB port provides easy access to programming, while a button connected to GPIO provides facility for user inputs.
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