PLC I/O USER INTERFACE
Worlds cheapest PLC Display
Design your PLC Screen with Arduino Nano. You can have a cheap screen for your PLC and also have a the opportunity to use modules made for Arduino.
Make your PLC work together
with Arduino circuit.
Arduino IDE Platform
Code your display with Arduino IDE Platform.
Arduino NANO powered PLC I/O User Interface can be code on Arduino IDE.
Use All Arduino IDE Libraries for Circle Electronic Industrial PLC I/O User Interface Product.
4 Outputs, 2 Inputs. Send and get data. You can send 4 different data to PLC. You can use also binary method to configuration.
You can use this product as a user interface.
Create Menu using Arduino IDE.
You can see how it can do in coding part.
There are too many options to create menu:
Single Menu and Sub Menu
Single Menu and Sub Menu and Sub Sub Menu
Actually there is no limit to add sub menu to this product.
Set the output voltage yourself
You can set the output voltage with 7805 voltage regulator up to 24v. PLC's usually works with 24v but some PLC's uses 12v. You can set the output voltage.
7805 gives power to the Arduino and other components. LCD Display, buzzer, relays get them power from the regulator.
What is it?
World's cheapest PLC Display It communicates with PLCs through inputs and outputs. In this way, your users can enter data into PLCs with a cheaper method (Example: Turning a machine on and off or adjusting its working time.) Also, this communication allows PLCs to benefit from Arduino features.
How does it work?
When the user selects an option on the screen (example: turning on the motor), energy passes through the output you set earlier and reaches the input of the PLC. When the signal comes to the previously determined input, the code to start the engine starts to run, so users can manage the PLC with a display.
On the backside of PLC Display, there is an empty area for breadboard to make your projects with Arduino
A Platform; You can use in iOT, Production,
Automation and Industrial Projects
Use Arduino Modules in your projects and lower the costs. And you can use Arduino libraries with PLC's.