Netsyst is a Family of modular Programmable
controllers engineered in DIN43780 enclosures, suitable for DIN rail mount
according to the standard DIN EN50022. All product of this line are expandable
through their Netsyst I2C Bus.
Netlog Version III - IEC61131-3 NETLOG III is a programmable controller (PLC) engineered in a DIN43880 enclosure, member of Netsyst family controllers, programmable according to IEC61131-3 international standard.
The base module provide 12 optoisolated digital input, 8 isolated digital output, 4 analog inputs 0-10V (or RTD) 16bit resolution, 2 analog outputs 0-10V. Each digital input/output is equipped with LED status indicator.
Netlite It is a flexible programmable communication module, equipped with Java TStik or SNAP CPU's or, alternatively, with the Netlog CPU. The module is provided of 2 RS232 serial ports, RS485 or CAN field bus, 1-WireTM interface, 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port, one digital input and one digital output. The product is expandable through 20 I/O or 10I/O expansion modules.
Netreader Compact low cost programmable controller, equipped with a smart card interface, 6 digital input and 4 relay or static digital output. It's particularlyinteresting in the applications in which, to the classic logic I/O management typical of the PLCs, the identification system is required. The product is expandable through the 20 I/O or 10I/O extension modules.
20I/O Extension module (Series III) This module allows to the expand the I/Os of a Netlog III device. It provides of 12 optoisolated digital input (PNP/NPN), 8 relay or static digital output, 4 analog input 16bit 0-10V/0-20mA (or 2 RTD), 2 analog output 0-10V, it's connectable to the base module, from which it takes the power, through the Netsyst bus and the extension cables.
10 I/O extension module This module allows to the expansion of a basic Netsyst device (Netmaster, Netlog, Netlite). It provides of 6 optoisolated digital inputs, 4 relays or static digital outputs and 1 RS232 serial port and a smart card interface. It's connectable to the base module, from which it takes the power, through the Netsyst bus and the extension cables.