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Video: Control Panel With A New Ethernet Interface
The devices of the SPK1XX family essentially consist of a freely programmable PLC with resistive TFT touchscreen in sizes 5 “, 7“and 10 “- depending on the version. Due to their processing, the panels are suitable for use in an industrial environment - especially for the control of local systems and systems such as packaging machines, machine tools, boilers or pump systems.
Different interfaces and protocols
The SPK1XX Control Panels have IP54 protection on the front and IP20 plastic housing. In addition, all devices offer the RS232 and RS485 interfaces as standard. Web visualization is optionally available for the display and control of processes via any device with a web browser. Up to two USB ports and an SD card slot up to 32 GB are available for data archiving.
The supported protocols include Modbus RTU, ASCII and brand new Modbus TCP. With Codesys 3 it is possible to freely program simple automation processes as well as complex projects and tasks according to IEC 61131-3. The operating temperature of the control panels is between 0 ° C and 60 ° C. (jv)
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