|[October 07, 2013]
Dataprobe Announces Product Line Expansion for iPIO-8
ALLENDALE, N.J. --(Business Wire)--
a leading provider of customizable power and network management
solutions, today announced updates to its iPIO-8
product line for monitoring and control digital I/O solutions. The
updates include the release of two new iPIO versions: a
and a larger iPIO-16,
offering highly flexible monitoring and control digital I/O solutions to
both new and existing iPIO-8 users in a variety of industries
including security, industrial automation, manufacturing and broadcast.
"The expansion of the iPIO product line demonstrates Dataprobe's
commitment to product innovation designed to fit our customers' needs,"
said David Weiss, President of Dataprobe. "The new iPIO devices
can be used to complement an existing iPIO-8 or as standalone solutions
that are increasingly customizable to users' specific monitoring and
control digital I/O solutions."
devices allow users to bring legacy command and control systems into
networked environments.�Tese network-attached, IP addressed digital
input/output devices can be monitored and controlled through web
browsers, giving users the freedom to manage systems remotely. Multiple
iPIO devices can communicate amongst themselves to transport I/O
information across a network, and links are bi-directional, so events in
either location are reflected at any other site.�iPIO products
are ideal for controlling systems such as physical events, climate
control, industrial control and security alerts on a networked
iPIO products are now available in three different models.
The current iPIO-8
is manageable via web browser, and can be tailored with custom and OEM
applications for a user's specific needs. The product line expansion
consists of two new product sizes, which are designed to fit more
seamlessly with users' specific device needs. The new iPIO-2
is a smaller device for remote locations. It will support Power Over
Ethernet, meaning no additional power supply is needed, making it ideal
for remote devices such as web-based cameras. The iPIO-16
is designed for larger installations or to be used as an
aggregator for multiple remote sites.
The following new features are included in all iPIO models:
Real time status without the need for web browser refresh.
The ability to download, save and reinstall configuration files for
security and to easily support multiple units with similar
Interoperability with iBoot power switches to allow remote GPIO
control of power.
A multi-user system that supports up to eight concurrent sessions, via
web, telnet and SNMP.
Improved Web interface design with enhanced data input validation.
"We pride ourselves on providing our customers with customized
monitoring and control network solutions," said George Foote, VP of
Sales at Dataprobe. "With the additions to the iPIO product
line, system administrators can build highly specialized solutions that
allow for the remote monitoring and response to changing systems,
ultimately saving time and resources."
The new iPIO products will be available for purchase on Dataprobe's website
in October, with prototypes and samples available immediately. Learn
more about the iPIO product suite by visiting www.Dataprobe.com.
Dataprobe is a provider of flexible, customizable power and network
management solutions that minimize the duration and high cost of
downtime. Through its Power, Switching and Monitoring & Control product
lines, Dataprobe provides the freedom of remote control to quickly fix
network issues and ensure critical systems are online when they need to
be. Dataprobe's flagship product, iBoot®, is the leading single
outlet networked power controller for remote reboot, energy management
Founded in 1969, Dataprobe serves a number of industries ranging from
enterprises and government institutions to small businesses. Dataprobe's
product line and partner program provides custom solutions with robust
offerings geared towards revenue generation. For more information, and
to learn how to maximize uptime, visit dataprobe.com.
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