FAQ simple questions

FAQ simple questions

In this post it will be seen the most commonly questions that our Technical Service answers.

How do we program your PLCs?

Is there any PLC with Wifi communication?

Is there any PLC with GSM/GPRS communication?

How can we use the TCP/IP protocol with your products?

What does it mean the M-Duino/Ardbox works at 12-24V?

Which is the electric consumption of your PLCs?

 

 

How do we program your PLCs?

The software that we use and the one that we recommend to use is Arduino IDE. Get all the information in the following post:

Using the original Arduino IDE

We also have created some libraries to interact more easily with our PLCs. Get all the information in the following post:

How to use the mapping pins of Industrial Shields boards

 

Is there any PLC with Wifi Communication? 

No. At this moment we are developing some projects for implementing in our PLCs but the only available option right now to have Wifi communication with our PLCs is adding an Arduino Wifi Shield 2. Get all the information in the following post:

Arduino Wifi Shield CC3000

 

Is there any PLC with GSM/GPRS communication?

No. At this moment we are developing some projects for implementing in our PLCs. An option is to add a shield. Get all the information in the following posts:

Arduino GPRS SIMCOM SIM900 QUAD BAND GSM SHIELD

 

How can we use the TCP/IP protocol with your products?

We actually have a post which explains how to create a TCP client on Arduino Based PLC

TCP CLIENT ON ARDUINO BASED PLC

 

What does it mean the M-Duino/Ardbox works at 12-24V?

Whe we say 12-24 we are not referring that our MDuinos/Ardbox can only work at 12 or 24V. They can work in this range, from 12V until 24V, so 15V can also power correctly.

 

Which is the maximum consumption of your PLCs?

All the electric consumption are shown in all the User Guides of our products. In brief this would be the consumption of our products:

20 IOs Range PLC (Ardbox): 24VdC / 0.5 A  

Ethernet PLC (MDuino): 24VdC / 0.5 A

Hummtouch 10.1″: 12VdC / 1.5 A

               Touchberry B3 PI 10.1″: 12 VdC / 1.5 A

               BananaTouch 10.1″: 12 VdC / 2 A

*The panels (Hummtouch, Touchberry, BananaTouch) are powered with 12V, NOT 24V

 

 

 

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