Modular PLC controller
This is the first equipment based on the Arduino technology designed for a professional use. This Programmable logic controller has 42I/Os. It also contains several communication ports, which provide more flexibility and control. The industrial controller 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 Industrial PLC can be programmed using the Arduino IDE platform. See the Documentation menu below to download the software for free.
Instantaneous connection and coding
The Arduino PLC M-DUINO is programmed through the USB ports. This industrial Arduino PLC can also be programmed through Ethernet port remotely. This offers immediate access to program, maintain 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.
Inputs (Arduino Mega included)
– 26 Inputs:
(12x) Analog Inputs (0-10Vdc) / Digital Inputs (5-24Vdc) configurable by software.
(14x) Isolated Digital Inputs (5-24Vdc)
Outputs (Arduino Mega included)
– 16 Outputs:
(10x) Isolated Digital Outputs (5-24Vdc)
(6x) Analog Outputs (0-10 Vdc) / Digital Outputs (5-24Vdc) / PWM configurable by software.
– (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
Other technical specifications
RTC (Real Time Clock. NOTE: I2C port used. See pinout modification)
µSD Socket (using SPI port, chip select D53 pin).
DIN Rail mounting.
Max consum.: 1.2A
Flash Memory: 256kB (8kB for bootloader)
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)