PAC Series

IEC 61131-3 standard CODESYS programming.
Rich functionality to build an open system in an industrial application.

IEC 61131-3 standard CODESYS programming

The CONPROSYS PAC series controller has a pre-installed customized CODESYS Runtime engine. Applications can be developed using programming languages, such as Ladder, SFC, Function Block, etc., that comply with international standard IEC 61131-3.

Integrated development environment

An integrated development environment for developing applications can be downloaded free of charge.This makes it possible to seamlessly perform development such as control logic and field bus I/O.

Supported integrated development environment:
V3.5 SP7 Patch 2 or later.
Supported languages:
LD / SFC / FBD / ST / IL / CFC

Web monitoring function

CONPROSYS PAC series includes a web server function and web screen creation software. Monitoring screens can be developed in a user friendly web browser environment. Devices can be monitored through a web browser without the use of a cloud server. No programming experience required.

Fieldbus master function

The built-in customized CODESYS Runtime engine supports EtherCAT / Modbus TCP master functions. In the CODESYS integrated development environment, fieldbus I/O can be directly assigned to variables in the same manner as the built-in I/O of a PAC integrated controller and the attached I/O of a PAC configurable controller.

Built-in OPC UA server for SCADA/MES/EPR linking

The built-in OPC UA server provides the ability to embed the CONPROSYS PAC series controller into a host SCADA system or other applications that support OPC UA specifications.

Integrated Type

Software Features

Hardware Features

  • DIN rail or fixed mounting options available
  • Embedded CPU
  • Operating temperature range: -20 - 60°C (-4 - 140°F)
  • Durable hardware reduces maintenance costs
  • Daisy-chain connections do not required a HUB
  • Physical dimensions: 188.0(W)×78.0(D)×30.5(H) mm (7.40"×3.07"×1.20") (does not include protrusions and antenna)
  • Power supply voltage: 12 - 24 VDC
  • EtherCAT ModelCPS-PC341EC-1-9201

  • Modbus ModelCPS-PC341MB-ADSC1-9201

  • *
    Common features are same as integrated type M2M controllers.

Configurable Type

The configurable type CPU models allow user to add a variety of I/O modules to the controller providing ultimate flexibility.

Software Features

Hardware Features

  • Expandable design
  • Capable of supporting up to 16 I/O modules on a single controller
  • DIN rail mountable
  • Embedded CPU
  • Operating temperature range: -20 - 60°C (-4 - 140°F)
  • Durable hardware reduces maintenance costs
  • Daisy-chain connections do not required a HUB
  • Physical dimensions: 44.7(W)×94.7(D)×124.8(H) mm (1.76"×3.83"×4.91") (does not include protrusions and antenna)
  • Power supply voltage: 24 VDC
  • EtherCAT ModelCPS-PCS341EC-DS1-1201

  • Modbus ModelCPS-PCS341MB-DS1-1201

  • *
    Key features are the same as the configurable type M2M controllers.

EtherCAT Slave Controller(CPS-ECS341-1-011)

The EtherCAT slave unit is used to monitor or control equipment in Ethernet-based EtherCAT networks. An EtherCAT network connects an EtherCAT master controller to slave unit(s) by LAN cable(s) (RJ-45). Users can attach CONPROSYS I/O modules to EtherCAT slave units to suit a variety of applications including semiconductor and FPD manufacturing equipment, machine tools, test benches, and transportation systems.

EtherCAT slave unit
EtherCAT features allow the I/O modules to be controlled from a distance. Up to 16 I/O modules can be stacked to one slave unit.
Work with CONPROSYS PAC series controllers
Together with the PAC series EtherCAT master controller, an all Contec devices EtherCAT system is available.
Modular Device Profile (MDP)
The EtherCAT slave unit complies with the EtherCAT Modular Device Profile (MDP) standard (ETG.5001.1). An MDP standard supported master will recognize and register the I/O modules automatically.
Daisy chain connection
Each slave unit is equipped with an input port and an output port. Up to 65,535 slave units can be connected to one master.

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