Release of Module Type Remote I/O, CONPROSYS™ nano Series Programmable by PLC Languages

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Japan、Asia、North America、Europe、Africa、Middle East、Oceania、Latin America

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Contec Co., Ltd. (listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Securities Code: 6639—hereinafter "Contec") has developed module type of remote I/O that can be programmed by international PLC languages in compliant with IEC 61131-3 and can connect with additional I/O modules, and also remote I/O CPU that can be connected with the programmable remote I/O as slave unit. Contec announces that we launch sub-brand of CONPROSYS™ family for IoT solution, CONPROSYS™ nano series for Japan, Asia, North America and Europe.

※ Configuration image with four I/O modules

Utilization of IoT technology moves over from demonstration phase to pilot operation or partial operation phase. As a result, more cost reduction has been required. Moreover, in order to utilize machine learning and AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the future, more information and system that can control terminal devices remotely will be necessary. CONPROSYS™ nano series is cost effective solution to solve these problems.

CONPROSYS nano series have two different coupler models that is programmable remote I/O CPU with PLC engine (Model: CPSN-PCB271-S1-041) and remote I/O CPU that can be connected with the programmable remote I/O as slave unit (Model: CPSN-MCB271-S1-041). Each of the coupler units have expansion slots, in which required I/O modules can be installed and configured efficiently and flexibly to meet I/O channels which will be necessary for each end points.

Programmable remote I/O CPU is equipped with run time license of CODESYS(*2) that is compliant with international standard of PLC languages IEC 61131-3 and possible to write sequence control program which was developed by CODESYS development environment. It can be used as autonomous controller as well as Modbus slave unit connected with upper network.

Remote I/O CPU can be used as slave unit for Windows/Linux PC or PLC. Programming is possible with Windows/Linux (*1) driver software (free download from our website). Since the unit supports Modbus protocol, it also can be used as slave device for PLCs with Modbus protocol.

Lineup

Coupler Unit

Model name Model number Features
CPSN-PCB271-S1-041 EC 61131-3 compliant software PLC
Modbus master / slave
4x I/O Module slots
CPSN-MCB271-S1-041 Windows/Linux driver (*1)
Modbus TCP slave
4x I/O Module slots

I/O Module

Model name Model number Features
CPSN-DI-08L 8 ch Opto-coupler isolated input
Supports current sink / current source input
CPSN-DI-08BL 8 ch Opto-coupler isolated input
Supports current sink input
12V DC built-in power supply
CPSN-DO-08L 8 ch Opto-coupler isolated open collector output
Current sink type
CPSN-DO-08BL 8 ch Opto-coupler isolated open collector output
Current sink type
12V DC built-in power supply
CPSN-AI-1208LI 8 ch Single-ended Input (Voltage)
4 ch Differential Input (Voltage / Current )
CPSN-COM-1PD 1ch RS-485 asynchronous communication
( Full duplex / Half duplex )
  • *1
    : Linux driver software is under development. As for release date, please check on website.
  • *2
    : CODESYS is PLC engine and programming development tool in compliant with IEC 61131-3 which has been used grobally. IEC 61131-3 is international standard of PLC system defined by IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) and defines basic part of PLC software architechture and five programing languages (LD / FBD / ST / IL / SFC).

Configuration Examples of CONPROSYS™ nano Based IoT System

Benefit of Using CONPROSYS™ nano Series

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