IIOT EDGE COMPUTING: CONTROL HARDWARE AT THE EDGE WITH GPIO
The Digi WR31 is a best-in-class cellular router designed to meet the critical needs of industries like oil and gas and utilities — especially power. This heavy-duty device is built with extreme temperature tolerance, and possesses all of the features for security, remote management and reliability that customers expect from Digi hardware products.
A key differentiator for the Digi WR31 is the presence of on-board General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) in the form of two digital I/O interfaces and one analog input. GPIO allows users to accomplish tasks like taking readings from analog sensors and remotely executing on/off control to edge-connected equipment like pumps and generators.
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