The all in one ECC-series controllers are designed for use in complex machines. This has been made possible by using a powerful and scalable 800 MHz Arm® CPU with a Cortex™-A9 core. Also, the Display Controller can be programmed with the current CODESYS V3 software. In combination with the CODESYS SoftMotion package, technologically sophisticated multi-axis drive applications can be exploited. An extensive range of communication interfaces is integrated: Ethernet, EtherCAT, CANopen, RS232 and RS485. Additional protocols such as PROFINET, BACnet, SNMP, J1939, OPC UA, Powerlink, Ethernet/IP and Modbus are also available. Digital and analog I/O’s complement the functions. Applications include compact machines and building automation. For visualization the ECC-series controllers uses CODESYS Target and Web Visu together with matching Ethernet Terminals.
- Short cycle and fast response times
- Consistent CODESYS V3 (programming, visualisation, communication and SoftMotion)
- Easy configuration via web interface
- EtherCAT Master, CANopen Master
- Serial interfaces
- Digital and analog I/O and counters
Improved performance at reduced cost: The 800 MHz Arm® CPU with Cortex™ A9 core brings the efficiency of PCs to small display controllers. This means substantial saving potential (e.g. due to the fact that expensive additional components are not required).
Comprehensive communication options: EtherCAT and CANopen masters are the most important interfaces for field communication.
Powerful and modern EtherCAT I/O and drive components can be combined with tried and
trusted CANopen devices. The Ethernet interface remains in the foreground when the controller
communicates with the control level via TCP/IP. For industrial plants PROFINET and
OPC UA is available. In building technology the controller can also communicate as BACnet
controller. More protocols and serial interfaces complement the range of communication
Storage media and
onboard I/Os: The gathering, processing and the storing of data using the Micro SD slot and USB interface
is one of the most important PLC controller tasks. The controller has digital inputs
and outputs onboard, permitting the direct control of (for example) switches
and signal lamps. They can be complemented by universal analog inputs and outputs, which
can for intstance be combined into two 2/3-wire PT100(0) inputs.