SPARTAN ARDUINO PLC 16RDA
The Spartan family was created from the analysis of our top selling products.
The sum of the most common configuration among our customers and the optimization of production processes results in a fully functional, robust and reliable equipment, designed for industrial environment and at a very low cost.
Inputs, Outputs, Communications and other technical specifications
Inputs (Arduino Leonardo included)
– 8 Inputs:
(8x) Digital (5-24Vdc).
(6x) of 8x, Analog (0-10Vdc) configurable by Software.
– (1x) USB port.
– (1x) RS485 - Modbus (RTU)
– (1x) I2C*
– (1x) SPI*
* See pinout to use communications ports because the number of inputs / outputs can be reduced.
Outputs (Arduino Leonardo included)
– (6x) Relay Outputs ( 220 VAC - 5A)
Other technical specifications
Flash memory: 32kB of wich 4kB used by bootloader.
Clock Speed: 16MHz
*Read the manual to set the signal type.
Spartan Arduino PLC details
It has 16 digital inputs / outputs. 8x analog or digital inputs (see specifications), and 8x digital or analog output (see especifications).
Spartan Controllers family offers the possibility of communication between two computers using I2C obtaining a master-slave connection.
Instant connection and programming
The Spartan Controllers family, as it uses an Arduino LEONARDO, lets you program it through the USB. This feature lets an immediate access in order to program, mantain and prepare it for its set up. It lets you to control your equipment without no limits.
The Spartan Controllers devices are programmed exactly on the same way. Once you have used one of them, the rest can be configured using the same methodology.
Using the I2C connection, that all the Spartan Controllers family have, you can connect up to 127 modules, which it means that you can have up to 2.540 Input / Ouputs in Master Slave connection. NOTE: for I2C you need to tell us that requirement.
Flexible and dynamic
All the components are configurable both configure like make your jobs as Master or Slave when used on Master-Slave connection through I2C.