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UWP 3.0 Edge provides cyber security to remote operation

04 May 2021

Carlo Gavazzi have launched the UWP 3.0 Edge universal web platform designed for monitoring and control of energy management systems, building automation and car park guidance functions.

Powered by MAIA Cloud, it provides a secure and reliable system for remotely managing, setting and operating UWP 3.0 units worldwide as well as providing IoT cyber security rating by UL to Level SILVER for UWP 3.0 SE (Security Enhancement).
The 2 DIN wide UWP 3.0 Edge easily manages up to 5000 managed signals (including variables, I/Os) which could be shared among energy management, building automation and car park guidance applications, up to 128 Modbus devices connected to RS485 ports (64 devices each port), up to five users concurrently connected to the Web-App, up to five concurrent M2M connections (API connections, BACnet clients, Modbus masters), up to 150 different products from the Carlo Gavazzi range can be connected to UWP 3.0 and is BTL certified (max 500 BACnet points for used BACnet objects).
The customisable built-in webserver provides the opportunity to display data, build charts, set alarms and control the system, which can be accessed locally or remotely anywhere in the world; new additional operational functions include a backup system, a smooth upgrade procedure and the UCS to UWP 3.0 bridging function for configuration of meters remotely.
The new VPN (virtual private network) powered by Carlo Gavazzi, makes it possible to connect to a remote UWP 3.0 item avoiding DNS, firewall, networking issues, simply by logging into our MAIA CLOUD portal.
“Cyber security and remote operation are key features within the UWP Edge 3.0 future proofing solutions for our customers now and into the future as well as providing a unified approach to controls services such as HVAC, Lighting, Energy Management and Car Park Guidance in one flexible and easy to use open platform,” says Will Darby, Managing Director.


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