Acceed: programmable I/O module with web interface

Freely programmable I/O modules belong to the core elements in several automation and building technology applications, for mass data processing, in test laboratories and in other industrial processes. The new I/O module RIO-2015PG from Artila, which will already be available from the German distributor Acceed soon, was developed by Artila specifically for this purpose.

The I/O module RIO-2015PG has 4 opto-isolated digital inputs, 4 analogue inputs, 2 relay outputs (switching output 30 VDC at 1 A or 125 VAC at 0.5 A) as well as 2 insulated analogue outputs. A Maxim 1-wire-interface serves to connect a temperature sensor. The analogue inputs and outputs insulated up to 1500 Vrms work with a resolution of 16 bits and precision of +/-0.1% FSR.

As data interfaces, 2 serial ports RS-232 and RS-485 (insulated up to 2500 Vrms) are available as well as a RJ45 connection designed as an Ethernet interface for 10/100 Mbps.

As the CPU, an Atmel SAM4E16E Cortex M4 SoC with 120 MHz is used, the working memory with 128 KB SRAM and 1 MB flash on the chip can be extended to 2 MB with an SPI extension board. A MicroSD card interface extends the memory options.

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