PLC chip for embedded applications, with Ethernet communications
The P-Series PLC on a Chip by Divelbiss can be added to any embedded application and features an advanced programming tool to monitor the program. It included Ethernet communications.
The P-Series PLC on a Chip by Divelbiss Corporation is available in an easy-to-use module and can be added to any embedded application, with no low-level programming required.
The P-Series PLC on a Chip has enhanced capabilities and improved performance include: Ethernet communications and Modbus TCP, advanced serial communications including Modbus master and slave, enhanced counter/timer functionality, 164 digital I/O, up to eight 12 bit analog inputs and one 10 bit analog output, integrated real time clock, SD card interface, SPI ports, quadrature counter, keypad and display interface, expanded user memory on chip, accelerated scan times and two CAN ports.
After integration, the user's application program can be entered and monitored using the Divelbiss EZ Ladder Toolkit. This advanced programming tool supports features including ladder diagram, function block and structured text. Additional math functions including square root and custom Function Blocks are also supported. The P-Series PLC on a Chip can be embedded in electro hydraulic and mobile equipment, motor drives, HMIs, packaging equipment, telematics, remote field applications, and various other applications.
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