🚧Edge connector (WIP)

The edge connector can be used to integrate data, be it pre-existing or real-time, from private networks. When deployed, it can establish a connection with an organization's workspace to provide data to or receive data from the workspace.


The edge connector can be run on the following devices:

  • 64-bit hardware with

    • MacOS

    • Windows

    • Linux

      • There is a separate Alpine version

  • ARM64 on Industrial PC

Download and Deployment

  1. Select the connectors you would like to include.

  2. Select the target OS.

  3. Click on submit.

  4. Wait for the connector to be created and save it to the location on your device from which it shall be run.

  5. Open a terminal and run the file.

  6. The edge connector should automatically appear in the functions panel.

  7. Extend it and drag any functions you want to use onto the board.

Selecting more connectors increases the file size and extends the creation time.

Available Connectors


The available functions of the OS connector are determined by the capabilities and permissions on the host OS. The possible functions are listed below.

Getting the current CPU usage

cpuUsage outputs the current CPU usage in percent.

Getting number of processing cores

cpuCount outputs the number of processing cores of the CPU.

Getting information about storage disks

driveInfo returns information about the storage disks attached to the device.

Getting information about the RAM

memInfo returns information about the RAM (volatile memory) on the device.

Getting network information

netInfo returns information about the connected networks.

Getting device uptime

uptime returns the time the device has been running for.

Getting OS information

OS returns information about the OS the device is running.




Siemens S7

OPC UA Client

MQTT Client

Serial Port


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