eWON connects the machines across the Internet. Breaking the barrier between industrial applications and IT standards, the mission of eWON is to connect industrial machines securely to the Internet, enabling easy remote access and gathering all types of technical data originating from industrial machines.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Are there any recommendations when using 3G/4G SIMs in Ewons ?
- Can a mobile SMS be sent to an eWON with 3G/4G to wake it up
- Can an Internet FallBack option be used on eWON
- Can electrical interference cause and issue with eWON ?
- Can I connect the eWON to multiple LAN networks?
- Do you have a COSY 131 Getting started guide?
- Do you have an eWON Cosy 141 getting started guide?
- Do you have an eWON general refrence guide?
- Do you have an eWON resource download page?
- Guide to Basic networking for automation engineers
- How can i use the SD card to extend eWON's Memory
- How to access internet using an eWON?
- How to do a store and Forward on an eWON
- How to perform a Level 1 Reset on an eWON?
- How to perform a Level 2 Reset on an eWON?
- How to reset an eWON device ?
- How to wire a Digital Output DO on an eWON ?
- In broad terms, how does Talk2M work ?
- Manually Configure 3G/4G eWONs for EE UK
- Talk2M allows a connection from the Internet into the factory. Is this a security risk ?
- Talk2M allows a connection into my factory. Do I need to open up incoming ports on my Internet firewall for this connection ?
- Talk2M is hosted on the Internet. Does this mean that anyone in the world can access the machine in my factory ?
- The Talk2M tunnel is always on. Does this mean that the machine-builder can access the PLC without me knowing ?
- What are the security protocols or level of security provided by the Talk2M Technology ?
- What are the VPN protocols used by Talk2M ?
- What does the Talk2M service provide ?
- Whats ports does an eWON use in order for it to work succesfully