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iCAST1 IoT Bridge

Shoreline’s iCast1 software with its built-in intelligence allows the overall setup to be accomplished within a few minutes

Image of Shoreline IoT's iCAST1 IoT BridgeShoreline’s iCast1 seamlessly integrates industrial assets including MODBUS RTU devices such as PLCs, motor drives, energy meters, and sensors with contact closure, 0 V to 10 V and 4 mA to 20 mA interfaces with the Shoreline IoT cloud. A low-cost cloud subscription provides long-term data storage, real-time monitoring, and alert notifications.

The built-in intelligence of the iCast1 software allows the overall setup to be accomplished within a few minutes and without any assistance from specialized technicians. The iCast1 device is registered with the Shoreline IoT Cloud by provisioning it to a Wi-Fi network and configuring it by means of an iOS or Android mobile app which connects to the iCast1 device using BLE.

Asset monitoring, remote data logging, cloud storage, real-time anomaly detection using artificial intelligence, and live oscilloscope view of industrial assets is provided by cloud subscription. Shoreline IoT Cloud can export client device data to other third-party cloud platforms for further integration with the client’s business logic, analytics, and CRM. For cloud subscription plans, check https://cloud.shorelineiot.com/pricing.

Target Applications (Click for Larger Image)

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  • Programmable controllers
  • Motors, VFDs, pumps, and fans
  • Energy, gas, and water meters
  • Smart lighting
  • Boilers and chillers
  • Gas detection
  • Factory assets
  • Controls and processes
  • Air conditioners
  • Environment sensors
Key Features
  • Efficiently monitor assets
  • Remote data logging
  • Live data
  • Remote asset monitoring
  • AI-based anomaly detection
  • Fast and secure onboarding

iCAST1 IoT Bridge

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
ICAST1 IOT MODBUS BRIDGESLI-IC1-M00-CICAST1 IOT MODBUS BRIDGE97 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2019-10-29