Receive warnings about important machine events
Immediately ensure that the right people are informed in the event of a machine malfunction with smart alarms and notifications. Take immediate action wherever you are, and prevent long machine standstill with the IXON Cloud alarming feature.Start Interactive Tour
Instantly aware of machine malfunctions
Receive machine alerts in any situation
Decide how you want to be notified, set the priority of each alarm and choose which users or groups should receive an alert about certain machines or equipment.
Receive alarms and notifications wherever you are via your tablet, smartphone or e-mail and check whether immediate action should be taken.
Always a reliable delivery of email messages, without having to install and maintain SMTP servers. Thanks to the seamless integration from edge to cloud.
All device connections are constantly monitored by IXON Cloud. You'll immediately receive an alarm when a connection drops because of a power outage or (network) error.
Reduce long downtime with reliable alarms
Never miss a machine malfunction again. Configure an unlimited number of alarm triggers on the IXON Cloud, compiled from data variables and the protocol used to read the data from the PLC. Set the recipients and priority of each alarm, and the IXrouter immediately starts monitoring.
When an alarm meets the trigger criteria, you’ll instantly receive a notification via the IXON Cloud through a push message, email or webhook via a secure and direct connection. This helps you to act immediately and prevent long downtime of your machines.
Never miss a single notification
IXON Cloud supports several communication protocols like OPC-UA, Modbus TCP, Siemens IOS, Ethernet/IP, BacNet and SMTP to monitor machine data for alarmings. 100% of notifications are delivered.
Get insight into all previous notifications with an alarm log per machine and never miss another warning whilst your device is unexpectedly offline with connection notifications. IXON’s alarming function also can be fully integrated with external Incident Management Systems via API or Webhooks.