Neousys Nuvo-5006LP

This article describes the Neousys Nuvo-5006LP appliance for OT sensors.

Note

Legacy appliances are certified but aren't currently offered as pre-configured appliances.

Appliance characteristic Details
Hardware profile L100
Performance Max bandwidth: 30 Mbps
Max devices: 400
Physical specifications Mounting: Mounting kit, Din Rail
Ports: 5x RJ45
Status Supported, Not available pre-configured

Photo of a Neousys Nuvo-5006LP.

The following image shows a view of the Nuvo 5006LP front panel:

A photo of the front panel of the Nuvo 5006LP device.

In this image, numbers indicate the following components:

  1. Power button, Power indicator
  2. DVI video connectors
  3. HDMI video connectors
  4. VGA video connectors
  5. Remote on/off Control, and status LED output
  6. Reset button
  7. Management network adapter
  8. Ports to receive mirrored data

The following image shows a view of the Nuvo 5006LP back panel:

A photo of the back panel of the Nuvo 5006lp.

In this image, numbers indicate the following components:

  1. SIM card slot
  2. Microphone, and speakers
  3. COM ports
  4. USB connectors
  5. DC power port (DC IN)

Specifications

Component Technical Specifications
Construction Aluminum, fanless and dust-proof design
Dimensions 240 mm (W) x 225 mm (D) x 77 mm (H)
Weight 3.1 kg (including CPU, memory, and HDD)
CPU Intel Core i5-6500TE (6M Cache, up to 3.30 GHz) S1151
Chipset Intel® Q170 Platform Controller Hub
Memory 8 GB DDR4 2133 MHz Wide Temperature SODIMM
Storage 128 GB 3ME3 Wide Temperature mSATA SSD
Network controller Six-Gigabit Ethernet ports by Intel® I219
Device access Four USBs: Two in front, two in the rear, and 1 internal
Power Adapter 120/240VAC-20VDC/6A
Mounting Mounting kit, Din Rail
Operating Temperature -25°C - 70°C
Storage Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C
Humidity 10%~90%, non-condensing
Vibration Operating, 5 Grms, 5-500 Hz, three Axes
(w/ SSD, according to IEC60068-2-64)
Shock Operating, 50 Grms, Half-sine 11 ms Duration
(w/ SSD, according to IEC60068-2-27)
EMC CE/FCC Class A, according to EN 55022, EN 55024 & EN 55032

Nuvo 5006LP sensor installation

This section describes how to install OT sensor software on the Nuvo 5006LP appliance. Before installing the OT sensor software, you must adjust the appliance's BIOS configuration.

Note

Installation procedures are only relevant if you need to re-install software on a preconfigured device, or if you buy your own hardware and configure the appliance yourself.

Prerequisites

Before installing OT sensor software, or updating the BIOS configuration, make sure that the operating system is installed on the appliance.

Configure the Nuvo 5006LP BIOS

This procedure describes how to update the Nuvo 5006LP BIOS configuration for your OT sensor deployment.

To configure the Nuvo 5006LP BIOS:

  1. Power on the appliance.

  2. Press F2 to enter the BIOS configuration.

  3. Go to Power and change the Power On after Power Failure setting to S0-Power On.

    Screenshot of setting your Nuvo 5006 to power on after a power failure.

  4. Go to Boot and ensure that PXE Boot to LAN is set to Disabled.

  5. Press F10 to save, and then select Exit.

Install OT sensor software on the Nuvo 5006LP

This procedure describes how to install OT sensor software on the Nuvo 5006LP. The installation takes approximately 20 minutes. After the installation is complete, the system restarts several times.

To install OT sensor software:

  1. Connect an external CD or disk-on-key that contains the sensor software you downloaded from the Azure portal.

  2. Boot the appliance.

  3. Select English.

  4. Select XSENSE-RELEASE-<version> Office....

  5. Define the appliance architecture, and network properties as follows:

    Parameter Configuration
    Hardware profile Select office.
    Management interface eth0
    Management network IP address IP address provided by the customer
    Management subnet mask IP address provided by the customer
    DNS IP address provided by the customer
    Default gateway IP address 0.0.0.0
    Input interface The list of input interfaces is generated for you by the system.
    To mirror the input interfaces, copy all the items presented in the list with a comma separator.
    Bridge interface -

    For example:

    Screenshot of the Nuvo's architecture and network properties.

  6. Accept the settings and continue by entering Y.

After approximately 10 minutes, sign-in credentials are automatically generated. Save the username and passwords; you'll need these credentials to access the platform the first time you use it.

Next steps

Continue understanding system requirements for physical or virtual appliances. For more information, see Which appliances do I need?.

Then, use any of the following procedures to continue: