Connectivity and Control at the Edge: Sealevel SeaConnect 370

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Sealevel announces the new SeaConnect 370 IoT edge device for monitoring and control of real-world devices paired with SeaCloud, a cloud-based event engine, to trigger actions.

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The new SeaConnect 370 IoT edge device allows users to monitor and control real-world processes and trigger actions with SeaCloud, a cloud-based, built-in event engine. Ideal for a variety of applications including asset management, data acquisition, environmental monitoring and facility management, the SeaConnect 370 originally emerged as a solution for sign monitoring and notification.

A leader in the sign manufacturing industry approached Sealevel with an innovative idea to offer monitoring services for their clients. With a history of unique solutions for remote I/O, Sealevel welcomed the opportunity to develop a product that could assess environmental conditions and respond accordingly as well as provide historical reporting. Fast forward to today and Sealevel is proud to offer the SeaConnect 370 as a connectivity and control solution.

Key Benefits

  •     Ability to configure trigger actions
  •     Web configuration accessible by mobile device
  •     Integrated Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity

The SeaConnect 370 features two Form C relays, four digital inputs (wet or dry contact), two 12-bit A/D converters, a 1-Wire® bus interface and a TI SimpleLinkā„¢ CC3200 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller unit. An optional QuickStart Demonstration Kit is available for demonstration and testing purposes.

With integrated Wi-Fi capability, the SeaConnect 370 can also be configured with a Verizon Cat 1 cellular modem. For applications where geolocation is required, the SeaConnect 370 is available with an optional cellular and GPS module.

For data logging, the 370 interfaces with Sealevel's optional SeaCloud service. SeaCloud offers a secure, robust, scalable, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software platform and is designed to monitor, track, analyze and control data from Sealevel I/O devices. SeaCloud can be private-labeled and customized to meet specific user needs. The current iteration is designed for data-at-rest applications such as condition monitoring and operational intelligence. An additional cloud option is under development for data-in-motion to provide real-time, actionable information.

Other options include and custom interfaces to existing customer cloud applications.

The SeaConnect 370 Wi-Fi module starts at $229 and the cellular module starts at $329; select configurations are available from stock. For more information about the SeaConnect 370 and SeaCloud, including configuration and software, visit or call +1 864.843.4343.


Sealevel Systems, founded in 1986, provides industrial computing solutions in addition to a variety of communications and I/O products including PCI Express and PCI Bus cards, Ethernet serial servers, and USB serial adapters. The product line includes multi-port RS-232, RS-422/485, RS-232/422/485 multi-interface high-speed sync/async, and digital/relay I/O. For more information, visit or call 864-843-4343.

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Katherine Elrod
Director of Marketing
+1 864.843.4343

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Sealevel Systems, Inc.
Liberty, South Carolina USA
+1 864.843.4343

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