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Ethernet Configuration from EEPROM using the Commandline

Ethernet Configuration from EEPROM using the Commandline

Requirements CmdLine library https://github.com/IndustrialShields/arduino-CmdLine   Description Configure the Ethernet parameters saved in the EEPROM: MAC address and DHCP/IP address. It is used the EEPROM library to store configuration parameters. The ‘cont_t’ structure defines the parameters that will be saved into the EEPROM: type and name. In this case the parameters are used to save the Ethernet configuration, so it is used also the Ethernet library (Ethernet/Ethernet2). *Ethernet for v7 and Ethernet2 for PLUS version. It is possible to add more…

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2ND STEP TO CREATE A TCP CLIENT ON A TOUCHBERRY PI 3. CREATING A TCP CLIENT USING NODE.JS

2ND STEP TO CREATE A TCP CLIENT ON A TOUCHBERRY PI 3. CREATING A TCP CLIENT USING NODE.JS

On this post it showed how to implement a TCP server on Touchberry Pi 3 The requirements of this post is just a Touchberry Pi with internet connection. To get the Node.js JavaScript interpreter we need to install the command cURL on our Linux. cURL command is  very useful for HTTP/S requests. To get the cURL we just need to type on the Linux Terminal: sudo apt-get install curl   Once there is the cURL installed we can download the node source typing…

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1st step to create a TCP client on a Touchberry Pi 3. Setting an static IP Address

1st step to create a TCP client on a Touchberry Pi 3. Setting an static IP Address

In this post it will be shown how it is set an static ip for the Raspberry. By default the Raspberry Pi is automatically set to obtain an IP address from a wired or wireless network. Then why do we want an static IP if the Raspberry automatically sets already one? The answer is because we need to have the same exact IP, not an automatic one. The reason of being automatic makes that the IP can be different each…

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Review + new documentation of the Ardbox Analog HF

Review + new documentation of the Ardbox Analog HF

In this post it will be seen a review of the PLC Arduino ARDBOX 20 I/Os Analog HF Modbus. The guide of the PLC Arduino ARDBOX 20 I/Os Analog HF Modbus on our website is already uploaded into the 7.1 version. The User Guide now is for the HF version, so it exists now the possibility of taking all the information of the PLC Arduino ARDBOX 20 I/Os Analog HF Modbus from there.   It will be shown a little introduction…

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Echo TCP server on Arduino based PLC

Echo TCP server on Arduino based PLC

On this post is showed how to create a server TCP on an Arduino based PLC. The requirements of this post is just an M-Duino PLC with Ethernet connection and an available TCP client in order to test it.  Take a look an example of how to implement a TCP client with Arduino based PLC. Once the server is running, any client can connect to the server. On this example it is used an M-Duino to generate the server. The example…

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Modbus TCP/IP library for Arduino based PLC’s

Modbus TCP/IP library for Arduino based PLC’s

On this post it’s showed one of the best Modbus TCP/IP libraries. This library has been tasted on Industrial Shields labs and it fits communicating with other Modbus TCP/IP industrial devices.   How to install? Download the zip file on Modbus TCP/IP libraries. Extract the .ZIP file. Copy and paste the mudbus.h and mudbus.cpp in the directory of the sketch that calls the mudbus library. If using the “Ethernet2” library the mudbus.h needs to be modified. Inside the mudbus.h file there…

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Arduino GPRS SIMCOM SIM900 QUAD BAND GSM SHIELD

Arduino GPRS SIMCOM SIM900 QUAD BAND GSM SHIELD

On this post it is showed the basics to work with GPRS SIMCOM SIM900 quad band GSM shield fully compatible with Arduino. This shield has the following features: Quad-Band 850/900/1800/1900MHz GPRS multi-slot class 10/8 GPRS mobile station class B Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+ Class 4 (2W@850/900MHz) Class 1 (1W@1800/1900MHz) Control via commands (GSM 07.07, 07.05 and SIMCOM enhanced AT Commands) Short message service Free serial port selection 3.5 inch standard sonic sockets for MIC and phone Operation temperature: -40℃…

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BananaTouch 10.1″ TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

BananaTouch 10.1″ TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

On this post it is showed the technical specifications for BananaTouch 10.1″.  Panel PC based on Banana Pi board, encasing  a 10.1” resistive Touch Screen for industrial environment using Linux, Android or  Windows 10 IoT OSs. Board Banana Pi M64 Raspberry Pi M3 CPU 1.2 Ghz Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor A83T ARM Cortex-A7 octa-core,512 KB L1 cache 1 MB L2 cache GPU MAIL-400 MP2 @ 500 MHz PowerVR SGX544MP1·Comply with OprnGL ES 2.0, OpenCL 1.x, DX 9_3 Memory…

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HummTouch 10.1″ Technical Specifications

HummTouch 10.1″ Technical Specifications

On this post it is showed the technical specifications for HummTouch 10.1″.  Panel PC based on HummingBoard, incorporating a 10.1” resistive Touch Screen for industrial environment using Linux or Android Operating System. Next it is showed the controller specifications: CPU 64 bit, 1GB @ 800Mbps GPU GC880 USB 2×2.0 USB (1 is used for Touch) Storage SD/ MMC/ SDIO slot (1x 4Gb included) Network Communication 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45) Wireless Communication – Low level devices 8x GPIO, SPI, I2C, UART OS Linux…

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