The thing is that power plants usually support Modbus only, and customers want to see them with their monitoring solutions (usually SNMP-based).
We have been playing around with MangoES and it solves the sending email alerts part of the solution, but not the other one. We currently provide other gateways, but I guess MangoES could be a better choice, since it could both generate emails and do the SNMP thing, eventually.
Modbus and BacNET publishers look great, btw, but only with our monitoring systems..
If there is one, a MangoES could be used as a jack of all trades, sending email alerts, having a quick dashboard for those that want it, and still be able to send data to a traditional customer's monitoring solution if he/she wants to use something like that.
We currently use Modbus to SNMP gateways that could be easily superseded by this.
I have been trying to find information about the DIP switch positions for the Mango ES device, but have not been able to.
We are trying to talk to a ModBus device, but unfortunately cannot find it from MangoES ( other devices can , when connected in its place ). That DIP switch is one of the things we are thinking of.