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Industrial IoT Solutions


For over 25 years WRC has provided automation OEMs, Systems Integrators and End Users advanced Open Architecture Control & I/O technologies ranging from IEC 61499 Distributed Controllers to Industrial Communications Gateways and Distributed I/O on CAN Bus, DeviceNet™, EtherNet/IP™ and other open protocol networks.

Today we’re enabling OEM equipment manufacturers with Industrial IoT technologies that allow them to rapidly connect with other Industry 4.0 manufacturing equipment and systems. Whether you need a custom OEM design or a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) IoT solution, WRC has the Open Architecture IoT technologies you need.

  • Ethernet – EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP, BACnet/IP, OPC UA, MQTT
  • IO-Link Wired, IO-Link Wireless
  • CAN-based protocols – DeviceNet, J1939
  • Wireless protocols – Zigbee, BLE
  • Industrially hardened input/output circuits
  • Power electronics and power switching
  • Analog signal conditioning
  • Low-power sensor/actuator interfaces
  • Brushed and brush less motor control
  • Requirements collaboration and specification creation
  • Embedded firmware/software design
  • PCB/hardware design and layout
  • Rapid prototype development
  • Custom mechanical packaging
  • RoHS, CE and UL compliance
  • High-mix, low-volume SMT manufacturing
  • Conformal coating and potting

Introducing IoT Asset Connectors™

While other automation industry suppliers talk about their IoT Gateways and Edge Devices, we know it’s really all about monitoring and controlling factory, process or building automation assets to improve their Overall Equipment Effectiveness. That’s why we’re looking at connecting automation assets to the Internet of Things from a whole new perspective.

To learn more about how you can use WRC Custom Design Services and IoT Asset Connector™ technology to improve the connectivity, functionality, and  effectiveness of your OEM machinery, click on the button below.

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