Ignition Edge EAM
Bring the Power of the Ignition Gateway
Network to the Edge
Ignition Edge EAM acts as a remote EAM Agent Gateway at the edge, optimized to work with an existing central Ignition server with the Enterprise Administration Module (EAM). Combine Ignition Edge EAM with other Ignition Edge products to take advantage of the enterprise administration capabilities of an Ignition Gateway.
Use Ignition Edge EAM as an Agent Gateway in a hub-and-spoke architecture with a central Ignition Gateway.Architecture Diagram
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Seamless Integration with EAM
Ignition Edge EAM seamlessly integrates with Ignition Enterprise Administration Module (EAM). Get access to features such as license management, automatic remote backup and upgrades, central project and restoration management, alarm notification, and centralized monitoring of performance and health metrics. These features are available on Ignition Edge EAM if the EAM Module is installed on the central Ignition server that Edge is connected to.
OPC UA Connectivity
For easy PLC connections, all Ignition Edge solutions come with unlimited tags and are
equipped with native drivers. Ignition Edge acts as an OPC UA server when used with the
included Ignition native drivers and can connect to an OPC UA server as an OPC UA client.
External access (from a third party) to Ignition Edge’s OPC UA server requires Edge IIoT.
See the included native drivers
Ignition Edge works seamlessly with Ignition and on Linux, any version of Windows, on macOS, and more, so you can install it on virtually any industrial device1. With support for ARM processors, Ignition Edge can also run on devices like Raspberry Pi or the latest generation of efficient edge-of-network devices.
Mix and Match with Other Ignition Edge Products
Use Ignition Edge EAM2,3, Sync Services, Compute, Panel, or IIoT, on a single device, or mix and match them to create powerful solutions for your specific needs.
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows Server 2016/2019/2022
- Windows 10/11
- macOS (10.14+)
- Linux (support for popular distributions, tested with Ubuntu 20.04)
- Ignition v8.0.8+
- 1024 MB RAM5
- 1GB free HD space