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Product introduction

The products are state of the art industrial controllers. The main purpose of these controllers is to standardize, reduce cost, and increase efficiency when creating industrial machines

The standard configuration is a stacked configuration with configurable distance between the I/O modules. This will enable a diversified controller stack, with I/O modules with varied functionality. The only boundaries for I/O module functionality are relativity, creativity and knowledge

Still, the controllers have implemented a roadmap, making the rules strict for how a properly automated system should be designed. This roadmap, is created only to reduce the design complexity, to enable optimal automated systems

Each controller can be delivered for three different sectors:

The public sector, where controllers are mainly for automated systems created in laboratories, educational institutions or in any creative environment. These controllers are not thoroughly tested for rugged environments, and thus have a lower cost

The home automation sector, where the controllers have been tested according to the Conformitè Europèenne (CE) in Europe, and the FCC Declaration of Conformity in the US

The industrial sector, where the controllers and I/O modules additionally are rugged, intrinsically safe, and have isolated circuitry.

Product listing

The I/O modules can be sold independently with a serial programming and controller cable. The advisable configuration is to buy a power module, master module and the additional I/O modules needed.

Currently the I/O modules supplied is the main four types. Digital and analog input and output modules

  • Power Module

    The power module is mainly a power distributor, where several voltage levels are distributed to the I/O modules.
    Currently the power module can deliver as much as 24 V @ 16 A, 12 V @ 8 A, 5V @ 8 A, and 3.3 V @ 8 A, on the distributed power connector.
    This result in a favourable property, where each I/O card have reduced circuitry for power distribution. The only disadvantage is limitations on the module stack size.
    The power module need an external 24V DC power supply.
    Power Module Specifications ....

  • Master Module

    The master module has distinct purposes.
    It is the only module connecting to the control system network, and it ensure time synchronisation with all I/O modules.
    It's functionality is also to make sure that the I/O modules are running at all times, ensured by redundant communication to the I/O modules.
    The module has also an automated redundant hot-swap functionality, if two master modules are directly connected in series.
    But the main task is to ensure a simple and distributed way of communication, to ensure a strict control system hierarchy.
    Master Module Specifications ....

  • Digital Input Module

    The digital input consists of 15 selectable digital input lines.
    It supports a variable input, from TTL voltage (5 V) to an industrial voltage (24 V)
    Digital Input Module Specifications ....

  • Digital Output Module

    The digital output module consists of 15 selectable digital output lines.
    It supports variable output voltages. 3.3 V, 5 V, 12 V to an industrial voltage at 24 volt.
    The output is limited to a maximum of 1 ampere per channel, depending on voltage and intrinsic safety.
    Digital Output Module Specifications....

  • Analog Input Module

    The analog input module consists of eight selectable analog input lines.
    It is s an input module using standard resistive temperature devices (RTD), and is supporting both two wire and four wire input.
    The standard configuration is four wire input, since this is the most reliable means of measurement.
    Analog Input Module Specifications ....

  • Analog Output Module

    The analog output module consists of eight selectable analog output lines.
    The analog output module is a standard 4-20 mA transmitter. It can be configured to supply differential voltages and standard voltage ouputs.
    The standard configuration is 4-20 mA, because of the reliability and stability of the output.
    Analog Output Module Specifications ....