PLC series with IoT, telematics connectivity

Divelbiss' P-Series Bear Bones Family of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) programmable logic controllers (PLC) is designed to interface serial bus protocols, logging system data, and add Internet of Things (IoT) and telematics capability to existing systems.

11/29/2015


Divelbiss' P-Series Bear Bones Family of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) programmable logic controllers (PLC) is designed to interface serial bus protocols, logging system data, and add Internet of Things (IoT) and telematics capability to existingDivelbiss' P-Series Bear Bones Family of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) programmable logic controllers (PLC) is designed to interface with and control equipment, communicate with various serial bus protocols, logging system data, and add Internet of Things (IoT) and telematics capability to existing systems. The P-Series is also designed to support supply and I/O voltages from 8 to 32 V dc and 90 to 130 V ac, and can operate over a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +80 C, making them suitable for many applications. Featuring open-board construction, P-Series Bear Bones PLCs are mounted using industry standard standoffs and have an I/O count with eight digital inputs, eight digital outputs rated for 2A each, and eight analog inputs that are user-configurable as 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, or 0 to 20 mA. Using plug-in expansion boards, the P-Series Bear Bones PLCs have optional cellular and Wi-Fi capabilities for IoT/Telematics communications with the VersaCloud M2M platform. A GPS option is also available. Ethernet and Wi-Fi ports can be used for Modbus TCP Server and Client communications.

Divelbiss Corp.

www.divelbiss.com 

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