Controller programmable in ladder logic with function block

Divelbiss Corp. announces availability of Micro Bear, an OEM controller programmable in Ladder Logic with Function Block. With a mounting footprint smaller than a 3 x 5 in. file card, the controller is a small yet versatile logic controller. Based on patented PLC on a Chip technology, it is easy to apply and program in ladder logic with function block using related Divelbiss PC based software.

04/01/2010


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Divelbiss Corp. announces availability of Micro Bear, an OEM controller programmable in Ladder Logic with Function Block. With a mounting footprint smaller than a 3 x 5 in. file card, the controller is a small yet versatile logic controller. Based on patented PLC on a Chip technology, it is easy to apply and program in ladder logic with function block using Divelbiss PC based EZ Ladder Lite software, which is included free of charge. The Micro Bear is available from stock in two versions: Model ICM-MB-100 features 1 analog and 6 digital inputs and 4 dry contact relay outputs. ICM-MB-110 adds 3 momentary push-button inputs, an additional analog input, and a 4-digit, 7-segment LED numeric display. These open printed circuit board controllers are designed to be used in place of small, application-specific, microprocessor-based control boards, and can be quickly adapted for use in many applications. www.divelbiss.com Divelbiss Corp.

 

 

 



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