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M-DUINO ETHERNET PLC ARDUINO 53ARR

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  • # Device #
  • NO_CPU
  • # CPU Type #
  • # Inputs #
  • Digital Inputs *See technical details
  • Interrupt Input
  • Analog Inputs (Included as a Digitlal Input)
  • # Relay #
  • # Outputs #
  • Digital Outputs *See technical details
  • Relay Outputs *See technical details
  • Analog Outputs (Included as a Digitlal Output)
  • # Ethernet #
  • # LoRa #
  • # GPRS #
  • RS485
  • RS232
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • Serial TTL
  • # Wifi & Bluetooth LE #
  • µSD Card Socket
  • RTC
  • MD-AB-0
  • #CPU Type#
  • Communication board 1
  • Communication board 2
  • Communication board 3
  • MD-AB-1
  • MD-AB-2
  • MD-AB-3
  • MD-AB-4

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Inputs

14x 10 bit Analog
11x Digital Optoisolated

Outputs

15x Relay Outputs  
8x 10 bit Analog
5x Digital Optoisolated

Industrial Communications

I2C, RS232, RS485 SPI, ...

PLC with LoRa connectivity


LoRa (Long Range modulation) is a type of wireless technology. It uses a radio frequency network modulation such as AM, FM or PSK, but this one was created by a major radio chip manufacturer company called Semtech, now managed by LoRa Alliance. This modulation is called CSS (Chirp Spread Spectrum) and has been used in military operations for many years. The benefits of this kind of communication are that it can reach long distances (cover wide areas, usually kilometers) and has good resistance to interferences.


Main advantages


  • High tolerance interference
  • High Rx sensitivity (-168 dB)
  • Based on "chirp" modulation
  • Low consumption
  • Long range (10-20 km)
  • Low data transference (untill 255 bytes)
  • Point-to-Point connection
  • Low working frequencies: 868 MHz in Europe, 915 Mhz in America and 433 MHz in Asia. It uses the ISM (Industrial, Scientific, Medical) Band which is a non-licensed part of the frequency spectrum)


Possible applications


It is an ideal option when we need long range communication and IoT networks composed of sensors that are not connected to the electrical network due to their locations or main usage. For example, this communication is widely used in Smart Cities or low coverage areas such as agricultural applications or sensors/actuators networks which can take profit of its main characteristics. Because of its advantages and because it is an affordable and easy-to-use technology, it is being applied in many useful applications such as:


  • Smart Grid Management
  • Logistics and Fleet Management
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Industrial IoT
  • Smart Cities
Do you want to know more about LoRa? Read the next post 👇
 

What is LoRaWAN      Work with LoraWAN and PLC Controller

PLC with DALI connectivity


The Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) is a communication protocol designed to control light and regulate lighting systems. It is based on an electronic system that allows you to talk bi-directionally with the connected devices, sending or receiving information.


It is used to control large lighting systems and regulating their use along with light, motion or timer sensors, allowing an automated control necessary for large buildings and companies interested in industrial automation.


The DALI protocol allows control of a total of 64 devices, interconnected by a DALI Bus. It is used in building automation to control groups of lighting or individual lights. The DALI protocol maximizes flexibility because you can adjust the lights through a software.


DALI controllers can also be used in complete building automation systems using protoccols such as MODBUS, BACnet or KNX.



Why use the DALI communication system in your industrial controller? 


The main advantages over its competitors would be ease of planning and installation along with maximum flexibility when making modifications.


Slave devices can be added later and, moreover, do not need to be assigned to an initial configuration at the time of installation, as everything will be controlled digitally. As no special wiring or accessories are required, it makes the DALI protocol quick and easy to implement.


Thanks to the possibility of automatically adjunting the lights, it will be possible to meet time requirements according to energy peaks, sunshine hours or energy rates. The DALI protocol  allows the professional control of various environments and configurations such as:


  • Switching lights On and Off
  • System Automation
  • Light intensity regulation
  • Control of the system area


Main advantages


  • Energy savings and cost reduction:
    • Smart lighting usage decreases energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
    • Avoid over-lighting by adjusting timing and dimming of luminaires and city lights.
    • DALI Arduino controller increases savings by up to 50% per year through precise timing and power control of street lighting.


  • Maintenance cost reduction:
    • Detailed monitoring and analysis of lighting installation.
    • Simplifies maintenance program.


  • Security:
    • Ensure proper street lighting with DALI Arduino controller for reliable monitoring and control.


  • Better control and flexibility:
    • Adapt to changing lighting conditions.
    • Manage lighting according to specific needs with DALI Arduino PLC.

Do you want to know more about GPRS? Read the next post 👇
 

Work with DALI Library       Lighthing Protocol DALI 

PLC with GSM/GPRS connectivity


PLC ideal for remote monitoring, data logging and remote access, diagnostics and control, using short text messages (SMS).


Adjust the messages to send from device with static (text) or dynamic (text and values) content.


According to the needs of your installation this is a perfect way of sending important information to the monitoring center.


You can send to pre-defined phone numbers. SMS messages sending can be triggered by change of binary input state, reaching alarm thresolds, marker state change, counters and clocks.


Remote control unit especially suitable for wireless monitoring & control, data logging and remote access.

Do you want to know more about GPRS? Read the next post 👇

GPRS Module

PLC with WiFi & BLE connectivity


Wi-Fi is one of the most important technological developments of the modern age. Similar to other wireless connection types, like Bluetooth, it's a radio transmission technolo-gy that's built upon a set of standards to allow high-speed and secure communications between a wide variety of digital devices, access points and hardware. It makes it possi-ble for Wi-Fi capable devices to access the internet without the need for restrictive wires. It can operate over short and long distances, be locked down and secured, or open and free. It's incredibly versatile and easy to use.


Bluetooth is a another wireless technology standard. Bluetooth was developed as a way to exchange data over a short range. Operates in the 2400-2483.5 MHz range within the ISM 2.4 GHz frequency band. Data is split into packets and exchange through one of 79 designed Bluetooth channels (each of which have 1 MHz in bandwidth).


Our M-Duino family incorporate the ESP32 WiFi/Bluetooth modul.


Do you want to know more about WiFi & BLE? Read the next post 👇

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth

Description

Inputs, Outputs, Communications and other technical specifications



Inputs (Arduino Mega included)

– 25 Intputs:

(14x) Analog (0-10Vdc, 10bit) / Digital (7-24Vdc) Inputs configurables by software.

(5x) Digital Inputs (7-24Vdc)

(6x) Interrupt Inputs (7-24Vdc). “Can work like Digital Input (24Vdc)”




Communications

– (1x) Ethernet port.

– (1x) USB port (type B).

– (1x) I2C port. (Interface with other Industrial Shields, sensors, I/Os modules)

– (3x) TTL ports.

– (1x) RS-232 port.

– (1x) HALF/FULL Duplex RS-485 port.

– (1x) SPI external port (Using MOSI,MISO, SS pins of Arduino)

– TCP IP / Modbus TCP. / Modbus RTU

– WebServer capacity

– Industrial Protocols


 

 



Outputs (Arduino Mega included)

– 28 Outputs:

(15x) Relay outputs (220Vac – 5A)

(8x) Analog (0-10Vdc, 8bit ) / Digital (5-24Vdc) Outputs and PWM.

(5x) Digital Outputs (Optoisolated 24Vdc max)




Other technical specifications

RTC (Real Time Clock. NOTE: I2C port used. See pinout modification)

µSD Socket (using SPI port, chip select D53 pin).

100x75x115mm

DIN Rail mounting.

Max consum.: 1.2A

Flash Memory: 256kB (8kB for bootloader)

SRAM: 8kB

EEPROM: 4kB

Clock Speed: 16MHz

*Rx,Tx pins are not abailable using RS485. For SPI you need to choose another pin for Select Function (You can choose, SDA, SCL, Rx, Tx, Pins of Arduino)

PLC Arduino based details

Industrial Automation with the Arduino Controller

Modular industrial PLC
This is the first equipment based on the Arduino technology designed for a professional use. This programmable logic controller has 53 I/Os. It also contains several communication ports which provide more flexibility and control. The M-DUINO family offers the possibility to expand up to 127 modules through I2C, which means that you can have until 7100 Inputs / Outputs in Master-Slave connections, additionally to sensors, etc…

Programming Software with Open Source
This controller Arduino can be programmed using the Arduino IDE platform. See the Documentation menu below to download the software for free.

Instantaneous connection and coding
The industrial controller M-DUINO is programmed through the USB ports. This industrial Arduino can also be programed through Ethernet port remotely. This offers and immediate access to program, mantain and control. Also you can continuously monitor the status for all the variables, inputs, outputs, etc. It is compatible with the Ardbox PLC Range and the Touchberry Pi with instantaneous connection.

Watch the PLC Arduino features video

 
 
Main Technical Specs.
# Device # PLC
NO_CPU Arduino Mega
# CPU Type # Arduino
Inputs
# Inputs # 21-30
Digital Inputs *See technical details 11
Interrupt Input 6
Analog Inputs (Included as a Digitlal Input) 14
Outputs
# Relay # 11-20
# Outputs # 21-30
Digital Outputs *See technical details 13
Relay Outputs *See technical details 15
Analog Outputs (Included as a Digitlal Output) 8
Communications
# Ethernet # Yes
# LoRa # Yes
# GPRS # Yes
RS485 Yes
RS232 Yes
I2C Yes
SPI Yes
Serial TTL Yes
# Wifi & Bluetooth LE # Yes
Additional functions
µSD Card Socket Yes
RTC Yes
Uncategorized
Communication board 1 No Additional Com. Board 1 or LoRa (Europe-Asia) or Dali or GPRS or ESP32 WIFI & BLUETOOTH LE
MD-AB-0 No additional board
#CPU Type# Arduino Mega
Communication board 2 No Additional Com. Board 2
Communication board 3 No Additional Com. Board 3
MD-AB-1 No additional board
MD-AB-2 No additional board
MD-AB-3 No additional board
MD-AB-4 No additional board
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