MangoES (Embedded Server)

All-in-one Data Acquisition, Logging, & Visualization

The MangoES is a powerful embedded Data Acquisition system ready for industrial deployment.  It comes pre-installed with the full Mango Automation Software platform and is ready to perform a number of tasks.

Open Architecture

Designed for OEM’s and System Integrators, the MangoES is fully customizable, very cost effective, and includes all the Mango features and modules at no extra cost. Being a Linux server, users are given root access and can extend the MangoES to host their services as well or take advantage of the numerous Linux tools included.

Applications

The MangoES is the perfect choice for small to medium standalone or edge applications with less than 3000 data points and less than 10 users. There is a din rail clip on the back of each MangoES for easy mounting directly in a control panel.

Remote Site Monitoring & IoT

The MangoES combined with a Mango Automation Enterprise or Cloud server offers unified remote system monitoring and control. Each MangoES seamlessly syncs realtime and historical data to the central server. 


Features Overview

Data Logging - The MangoES is a highly configurable data acquisition system pre-installed with drivers for Modbus, BACnet, SNMP, HTTP and Many other protocols.


Historian - with multiple options for disk storage the MangoES can store up to 2 billion historical readings. With it’s powerful built in Time Series database it is fast and efficient


Web Server & Visualization - The build in web server allows full access, configuration and control with a standard web browser.  Custom HTML Dashboards and HMI screens can be created with the modern, mobile friendly development framework. The included RESTful API can also be used to integrate into third party systems.


IoT Ready - The MangoES can be used as a stand alone device or as a powerful industrial IoT gateway.  Capable of high speed local data acquisition the MangoES also contains a powerful cloud syncing protocol to publish its data to a central Mango server.  Both real time values and historical synchronizations insure that all data is buffered and sent to the server even though unreliable internet connections or outages.


Easy to deploy

Remote Access - The MangoVPN system allows users to network MangoES’s to remote servers over a secure VPN.  Clients can also use the VPN for secure remote access and system management.

Easy IP Address Configuration - The MangoES comes with a USB utility that can be used to configure network settings to static or DHCP and do other diagnostics.  Just edit the configuration files on a laptop and then plug into the MangoES and it will configure it's self.


Developer and Integrator Friendly - The MangoES is a fully capable Linux server running Debian based Linux.  You are provided root access and the ability to customize, install additional software or configure the system. A RESTful API allows integration into third party systems.


Data Source Protocols:

  • Modbus IP
  • Modbus Serial
  • BACnet IP
  • BACnet MS/TP
  • HTTP
  • SNMP
  • SQL
  • ASCII File
  • Generic Serial
  • Generic TCP/IP
  • SSH
  • Z-Wave
  • POP3
  • DNP3
  • Data Files (XML, CSV, XLS, Binary)
  • Allen Bradley (extra fee)
  • Mango Cloud Sync

Hardware Specs:

  • Processor: 2 ARM Quad Core 2.0GHz & 1.5GHz
  • Ram: 2GB
  • Disk Type: High Speed eMMC Flash
  • Disk Size: 8, 16, 32 or 64GB
  • Power Input: 12-24 DC
  • Mount: Built-in Din-rail Clip on Back
  • Dimensions: H 2" x W 4" x D 5"
  • I/O: Two USB, Built In RS-485 port, full size HDMI

Publisher Protocols:

  • HTTP
  • Modbus IP (Slave)
  • BACnet IP (Slave)
  • Mango Cloud Sync

Logic Automation:

  • Meta Data Points
  • Scripting Data Sources
  • Event Detections & Handling
  • Point Links

Full features - The MangoES runs the entire Mango Automation software platform.  The exact same version also installed on large server and used in the cloud and therefore has the same features.  Browse all of Mango’s additional features, such as Report Generation, Alarming & Scripting. Click here to learn more.