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Overview of MindConnect Nano

MindConnect Nano is an embedded industrial PC to connect industrial data sources with Industrial IoT. It allows you to connect with Industrial IoT and collect data from the field and then transfer it with encryption to Industrial IoT.

MindConnect Nano device supports the transmission of data encrypted through a secured internet connection with Industrial IoT. MindConnect Nano allows fast and easy IoT connectivity of machines and systems.

The following graphic shows the MindConnect Nano:


General Features Overview

General Features MindConnect Nano
Onboarding via USB Stick available
Onboarding via WebServer notavailable
Diagnostics via USB-Stick available
Diagnostics via Webserver notavailable
Local Firmware Update (Webserver) notavailable
Local Firmware Update (USB) available
Remote Firmware Update available
Remote Restart available
Additional Options
Datapoint Browsing (see also data source details) available
File Transfer (File Storage or Integrated Data Lake) notavailable
Remote Service gateway (MRS) available
Network routing available
Read performance (datapoints/sec) 250
Maximum number of connections (data sources) 30
Maximum number of datapoints 1050

Protocols Feature Overview

Protocols MindConnect Nano Bi-Directional communication Minimum read cycle Browsing
S7 available available 1 sec notavailable
OPC UA available available 1 sec available
Modbus TCP IP available notavailable 1 sec notavailable
Modbus RTU available notavailable 1 sec notavailable
Rockwell available notavailable 1 sec notavailable
Simatic I/O Shield notavailable notavailable 1 sec 🟢
System available notavailable 1 sec 🟢
Advanced Drivers
S7+ notavailable available 50 ms available
Sinumerik notavailable available 50 ms notavailable
IEC61850 notavailable notavailable 50 ms available
MT Connect notavailable available 50 ms available
Fanuc Focas notavailable notavailable 50 ms 🟢
BACNet 🟢 Q2 23 notavailable available 50 ms notavailable


  • available = supported
  • notavailable = not supported
  • 🟢 = in development

Last update: May 24, 2023