Caso de Estudio - Estación Meteorológica
Este proyecto consiste en una estación meteorológica con el objetivo de mostrar los datos de los diferentes sensores en un sitio web y también permitir que el sistema se configure de forma remota.
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Raspberry Pi PLC - English
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Caso de Estudio - Estación Meteorológica
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Este proyecto consiste en una estación meteorológica con el objetivo de mostrar los datos de los diferentes sensores en un sitio web y también permitir que el sistema se configure de forma remota.
Caso de Estudio - Controlar cinta transportadora usando inversor
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En este proyecto describimos un modelo para controlar un motor asíncrono utilizando un inversor de frecuencia en uno de nuestros PLC basados en Arduino.
Se ha utilizado un MDuino 42 I / Os PLUS y un convertidor de frecuencia.
También se ha utilizado un Panel PC de Industrial Shields para monitorear y controlar manualmente la velocidad de la cinta transportadora y hacerla más intuitiva.
CASE STUDY (ENG) - Automatization of a concrete station
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A concrete plant is an installation used to manufacture concrete from raw material which is composed by aggregate, cement and water. All these components are previously stored in the concrete plant and then they are dosed in the right proportions to be mixed. Altough there are several kinds of concrete stations classified according to the type of materials used there (dry and wet concrete), our system let us implement all of them.
CASE STUDY (ENG) - Autonomous Solar Panels
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This system chases the sun to take advantage of it and generate more solar energy. Solar panels operated by automatic control systems can generate up to 30 % more energy than static panels.
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How to connect an HMI Screen using Arduino PLC
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Configuring an HMI Kinco Screen using an Industrial Shields industrial controller Arduino using Modbus communication.

You can find more information in this Blog post.
https://www.industrialshields.com/blog/arduino-industrial-1/post/how-to-connect-an-hmi-screen-using-arduino-plc-262


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▷ How to Use the SoftwareSerial library in Arduino for industrial uses (Examples included)
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Industrial Shields is a worldwide leader in the use of Industrial Technology based on Open Source licenses using Arduino, Raspberry Pi or other Open Source platforms available in the market.

✅ This video shows a summary of the updated post made by our technical team. You will understand how the softwareserial library for Arduino can be used and what is the difference between softwareserial.h and hardwareserial.h.

You can see the post on the link below:
https://www.industrialshields.com/blog/arduino-industrial-1/post/usando-la-libreria-software-serial-en-plcs-de-industrial-shields-99
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Other interesting links:
Join the Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdQn1Fwb-yc6UvQD_V-KJkA

Free Arduino course::
https://www.industrialshields.com/programming-arduino-on-industrial-environments-course-10-chapters

Arduino Industrial Controller(Arduino based PLC):
ARDBOX Family:
https://www.industrialshields.com/industrial-plc-based-on-arduino-original-boards-automation-solutions-20ios
ETHERNET Family:
https://www.industrialshields.com/industrial-plc-based-on-arduino-original-boards-automation-solutions

SUMMARY of the post:
What is Arduino Serial Communication and How to use it.
There are different types of Serial Communications. When you use an Arduino board in a project, you can choose the standard Serial pins such as Rx, Tx, from the UART inside the Arduino board, so it is called Serial TTL. In that case, you will use the Hardwareserial.h library but there are some additional pins that can work as an Rx or Tx. For example, the SPI communication pins can work as a MISO, MOSI and Select (SC), but they are also pins that can work as a digital input or digital output, or if you need you can use those pins as Rx, Tx using the library softwareserial.h.

Serial communications allow you to connect two different devices sending and receiving data between them.

The Serial TTL port can be transformed as required in the Industry as a RS232 and as a RS485. When RS232 is used, the functionality is quite similar to working as Serial TTL but, if you work with RS485, you can configure a network using a Master device that is capable of connecting to Slave devices. So the number of devices has been increased from 2 to 32 devices (nodes). And the maximum distance between them can be up to 1220m if the wiring is well done and EMC compliant and electrical noise is avoided.

To sum up, if you are using the UART serial port from the Arduino or from the Arduino based PLC for Industrial projects, the use of other pins working as a Serial TTL can help you with the successful development of your project. So, that additional serial port must be programmed using softwareserial.h library.

If the hardwareserial library can not be used because you need to use a communication protocol that requires the use of a physical UART instead of a virtual serial port, then, you could convert the RS232 or RS485 standard from the device to a Serial TTL. (This example will be shown in another post).

In this post, we explain the advantage of the SoftwareSerial library to simulate a serial port through Software (virtual serial TTL) using the Arduino IDE.

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How to use an Arduino industrial PLC and Modbus TCP/IP
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Modbus is a very useful standard that allows us to communicate several devices from different manufacturers in the same network. In this video we show you an example of Modbus.

You can find more information in this Blog post.
https://www.industrialshields.com/blog/arduino-industrial-1/post/how-to-connect-an-arduino-industrial-plc-using-modbus-tcp-ip-106


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Chapter 2: Inputs
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This is the 2nd chapter of the course of Arduino based PLC programmed to be used on industrial environments. 100% Free course. Chapter 2: Inputs.
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https://www.industrialshields.com/programming-arduino-on-industrial-environments-course-10-chapters

REMEMBER that Industrial Shields teaches you how to use Arduino in Industrial environments safely and in compliance with the current Industrial requirements.
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Link to the chapter on the Industrial Shields platform:
https://www.industrialshields.com/programming-arduino-on-industrial-environments-course-10-chapters-2-456978

A brief summary of the video:
We show how the inputs work using an Arduino based PLC and how they can be programmed using an original Arduino board or an Arduino based PLC.
This chapter shows:
- Digital inputs.
- Analog Inputs.
- Interrupt inputs.

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