August 30, 2020
Welcome to the latest news from Logic IO!
The RTCU NX-910 is a more economical version of the full-featured RTCU NX-900 that has certain features omitted for a perfect balance between price and functionality.
The differences between the RTCU NX-910 and the RTCU NX-900 are summarized in the table below:
The RTCU NX-910 device is based on the NX32L (NX32 for Linux) architecture, which embraces many new technologies and, at the same time, maintains full backward compatibility. This ensures already implemented and tested NX32 applications can execute with no changes.
RTCU NX-910 shares the form-factor, power and I/O
architecture of the popular
as well as the power and
advanced NX32L features from the
The RTCU NX-910 device is an industrial-grade device that is designed from the ground up for professional M2M / IoT applications with its strong on-board I/O capabilities and multiple communication interfaces, such as LTE Cat. 1, Ethernet, dual RS232, dual RS485, and 1-Wire.
NX-900 and the
on the market, there
is a perfect match for any applications that are currently utilizing the
RTCU AX9 turbo. As of today, we are
therefore no longer offering the
AX9 turbo for sale, but the lower-cost
RTCU AX9 encore will continue to be
RTCU MX2 turbo LTE has been on the
market for almost nine months and has taken over entirely from the
RTCU MX2 turbo 3G.
We are thrilled that RTCU connectivity now
offers easy integration with Google Cloud IoT
Core and the Microsoft Azure IoT Hub.
Finally, we can once again announce that Logic IO for the 14th year in a row was awarded the prestigious Triple-AAA Credit Rating from Bisnode for "A company with an exceedingly strong ability to meet current payment obligations."
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