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Title: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 04, 2013, 01:28 pm
Hi everyone,

After one year of prototyping I am glad to announce to you 'Industruino'. It is a fully enclosed DIN-rail mountable Arduino compatible board + onboard LCD screen + membrane button panel + prototyping area. Me and my wife Ainura created Industruino for situations where you want to take your Arduino based project from the breadboard to a finished installation.
Please have a look at our website for more information: www.industruino.com (http://www.industruino.com)

(https://industruino.com/website/image/ir.attachment/122_fb9c7a8/datas)

(https://industruino.com/website/image/ir.attachment/1334_16756b5/datas)


We would be grateful to hear what the Arduino community thinks of it. Any constructive feedback/suggestions are welcomed.

Best regards,

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: EVP on Feb 04, 2013, 04:38 pm
I like it and can defiantly see a use for it. The only thing i'd like to see is 6 buttons perhaps instead of three and maybe a couple of little led's some were under the screen a green one and a red one for power indicators or such like. Maybe colour one of the buttons red and another green as well.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: Chagrin on Feb 04, 2013, 10:14 pm
Looks like a very nice implementation.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 05, 2013, 05:23 pm
@EVP & Chagrin: Thank you very much for the kind words! Nice to hear that you like it!

@EVP: Good point on the red power LED. I will look at implementing this in next version. With more LED's I have to watch out not to occupy too many I/O pins. Maybe I could add a few extra generic LED on the front panel which could be disconnected from I/O using jumpers. D13, which on official Arduino boards has an LED usually used for simple Blink test projects, is connected to my LCD backlight LED's on Industruino. This way it has double function, also quite cool when it is running the bootloader (PWM flashing the backlight  :) ).
Concerning extra buttons on the membrane panel: We can easily make custom membrane panels with extra buttons, as all buttons are read on a single analog pin. For very specific applications or customised product we can produce custom panels. The idea was to keep the design neutral and simple so to fit as many applications as possible. For this standard version we chose a three button layout, mainly for ergonomic reasons. The menus can quite easily be navigated using this setup, and values changed. We are thinking in the future to make an Industruino version without lcd screen and more I/O. This version could have a more extended membrane panel as there would be more space on the front face of the enclosure.

Best Regards,

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: cr0sh on Feb 06, 2013, 04:12 am
I'd personally go with a dual red/green LED - that way you could potentially have three colors available with only a couple pins. Also, a small piezo buzzer/speaker would be helpful (put it on a pin for the Tone library). On both of these options, the ability to disable (via jumpers or switches) them (to free up pins as needed) would be nice, too.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 06, 2013, 03:26 pm
I would be interested to hear from people what they would like to see developed as baseboards for Industruino (the equivalent of shields with standard Arduino).
Standard Industruino comes with an empty prototyping baseboard which allows anyone to add their own circuits, but for certain applications we intend to develop custom baseboards.

As a first board we are planning to develop a 4-20ma I/O + PT100 board, to facilitate the connection to off the shelve industrial sensors and actuators.
The second item on our list is an ethernet board, but we are debating whether maybe this should be integrated in the main controller board instead (top board) as a different model altogether. Other ideas that came to mind were: 1. RFID + relay board 2. fibre-optic connection board (for long distance comms, or opto-isolated triggering of HV systems) 3. RS485/DMX board.

So please, any suggestions for baseboards would be appreciated and considered for development.

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: robtillaart on Feb 06, 2013, 09:05 pm
Looks very good and as speakers before I like to have some extra buttons with small cables so I can decide to connect or not.
+1

The LED idea I like too but maybe you should have pieces that are easy to remove [doordrukstrips ] so I can decide If I want leds or a switch or so.

And of course I want an Ethernet shield (or other communicating shield) inside as everything should be connected. Is that possible?

(You can PM me in Dutch if you want to)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: K7-3D on Feb 11, 2013, 06:22 pm
It could be a good in it with a model without display and with knaper and RGB LEDs, instead of and to minimize the number of I / O pins you can use a PCF8574 is an I ² C bus to LEDs

I can self use one that has display, 3 buttons, Ethernet and RS485 (terminal) and have the opportunity to self add a TO-220 regulator, for I have 24V DC to another controller to run together
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 12, 2013, 12:51 pm
@K7-3D: Thanks for the tip on the PCF8574! I2C expanders will definitely play an important role in feature add-ons for Industruino. I can imagine that a DIN-rail extension board with say 8 relays, all driven by the Industruino's I2C bus could be very useful.

In its current incarnation Industruino can already house all the options that you mention (v-reg, rs485, ethernet) on the empty prototyping base board. I'm looking now on how to integrate Ethernet as option on the base board without sacrificing too much space of prototyping area.

If you're working with 24V DC please have a look at this: http://www.mornsun-power.com/cn/product_inf.aspx?typeID=62# (http://www.mornsun-power.com/cn/product_inf.aspx?typeID=62#)
They have the same pinout as 7805 regulators but are switching instead of linear type. So when working with >12V they are really useful because they are much more efficient and thus don't generate much heat, don't need a bulky heat-sink, and save power. I'm planning to offer them as an option on future versions of Industruino. I've used their isolated versions before and I am very happy about them. If you don't want a Chinese brand you can get the same types from XP-power.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: robtillaart on Feb 12, 2013, 06:49 pm
I recentely played with a PCF8574 and the PCF8574 can act as a sink for 10mA but as a source it can provide less current, 0.1mA.

When I connected the GND side of the LED to the PCF8574 and the other side on +5V the LED works as expected.
When I connected the +5V side of the LED to the PCF8574 and the other side to GND the LED fail to light up brightly.

Reading back the status of a line also failed but I don't recall in which of the 2 scenario's.

solution I used - additional transistor to drive the led
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: K7-3D on Feb 27, 2013, 08:42 pm
I got an idea that you can use an angled 5-pole female HDR connector on the controller and a male connector on the expansion modules as and in the accordance followed a female connector on the other side of the expansion module so you can just link them together

and in the HDR connector will be SDA, SCL, VCC, GND and Vin

I hope you can use my idea to develop the Industruino
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: innersky on Mar 01, 2013, 12:50 pm
Any news on the ethernet part? I'm very interested in that as I'm planning to do a home automation project based the Industruino.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: freestyler on Mar 07, 2013, 09:26 pm
It is the most professional, industrial-oriented solution for Arduino I have seen.

It is what most industrial customers like to see: a small box to be DIN rail mounted.

From my experience, it sends the arduino platform to industrial arena.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Apr 30, 2013, 08:04 pm
Hi everyone,

After two months of working on improving Industruino I am pleased to announce that we have finally released the next version (beta3) of Industruino which incorporates all the suggestions from our early beta testers. Please have a look at www.industruino.com for new pictures and more information.

We will now have more time to work on Industruino Ethernet, which will be implemented on a baseboard using the Wiznet W5200 chip. The idea is to have a baseboard which can be swapped into an existing Industruino to add Ethernet functionality (same principle as shields really...). We see the urgency of Ethernet functionality so we will push to release asap. I expect early beta samples in a months time.

Greetings,

Loic

(http://s5008c0a655f20.img.gostorego.com/802754/cdn/media/s5/00/8c/0a/65/5f/20/home/Industruino_Beta_3_1.jpg)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: robtillaart on May 01, 2013, 11:40 am

In the pinout diagram on the website you could show which pins are on top and which are on the bottom side of the industruino - just add 2 colours in the background.

Less important:
the images on the website - upper right - do not reflect the new design => mirror the image and your done ;)

my 2 cents,
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: arbutus on May 09, 2013, 07:41 pm
Excellent!  Exactly what we are looking for. 

Weatherproof enclosure?  Integrated CATkit shield?

I will PM you.   8)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: simone_550 on Jul 01, 2013, 05:10 pm
Excellent product !!!!

That's what i'm looking for  8) 8)

I think that the next important steps in your project are:
- 24 V input and output ()
- 0 to 10 V analog input
- RS 485 and RS 232 interface

We can not use the actual IO configuration in industrial projects ;)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Sep 19, 2013, 07:28 pm
Hello everyone,

A couple of months of die-hard labour further and we are pleased to announce the new version of Industruino. In this new version we have updated to a new LCD screen which uses the U8G library and also moved to a 4-layer board for improved signal quality. Please have a look at our website for more information: www.industruino.com We have also made a short movie introducing Industruino: http://goo.gl/xr5Dvq


@ Simone_550, Thank you for your feedback. I totally agree that this should be the next step. We first had to make sure we had a good base to work on, and that's exactly what we've done in the last couple of months. We will develop a number of boards that connect to Industruino which will offer a number of industrial I/O options and power regulation.

Best Regards,

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: hangas on Nov 02, 2013, 08:51 pm
Congrats! This is exacly what I was looking for for an energy meter project. :)
In fact I was just looking for the case, but this will make me consider my design from scratch.

I don't know whats on your roadmap, but for my use case I would love to see some add-ons:
-220Vac to 5Vdc power supply, so that you can power the unit straight from the 220Vac
-Maybe a baseboard with an header interface capable of use regular shields already on the market.
- Or shield's/modules combining  uSD card with either Xbee/ Bluetooth or Electric IMP.

Keep up the good work.

btw-It's not clear from the site, the dimensions of the kit. How many DIN RAIL units does it take. Looks like 5, but not shure.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: dave-in-nj on Dec 25, 2013, 07:44 pm
my suggestions :
make the base unit pretty much like you have it.
have a side connector for a second unit, IC2 or some such and allow a second unit to have dedicated parts.

if you look at any of the small PLC's on the market, they have one base unit, and then add-on units. 

that keeps the main unit clean and gives everyone the option of stuffing the add-on with all the circuits they want.

I am looking for dimensional layout of the terminal board.  that way, I can make my own for my needs.

Dave
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: damien09 on Jan 17, 2014, 11:57 pm
Hi, first of all congratulations!! I like the idea, it's almost what I'm looking for..
It's always the same problem with all those arduino, there is a lot of shields and modules but it's almost impossible to find a proper box where everything can fit.
All my arduino project look like junk of wires which is not really good from a reliability point of view..

However, I see one important point/suggestion:
it would be good if we could directly put 1-2 existing shield into your box. The actually design does not seems to be optimized for that (please, correct me if I'm wrong).
Almost all those shield arduino Uno/Leonardo compatible have the same format/size so it should be possible to do something.. That would make your Industruino much more flexible, people could put a ethernet/SD card/bluetooth/RS485/motor driver shield according to their needs.

For example, in one of my project, I have an SD card shield (http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/sd-card-shield-v40-p-1381.html) and a bluetooth shield, is there any way to integrate those parts into the industruino?

If that cannot fit into the actual industruino package, it could be some kind of extra module connected to the main industruino. Those external modules could have the appearance of the current industruino but without the screen&uC board.. that would provide much more flexibility!

What is your point of view? does it make any sense to you?
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: magno32 on Feb 26, 2014, 11:24 pm
Second the 24V IO... that would make this nice for Industrial integration projects.

Also, this will go well in a Shapeoko cabinet.  Even better, if the Stepper Shield were built into a particular model of this design.

I could see people really wanting direction keys for moving the Shapeoko with this.  Very nice project.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: gsalerni on Mar 24, 2014, 05:01 pm
Hi.
congrats - a great idea and great execution.  For industrial use I would suggest adopting a modular approach - the variety (and physical size) of some of the I/O that is going to be popular in this application probably won't fit well inside your enclosure and would want to be electrically (and EMF noise) seperated anyway. e..g I'm thinking maybe 8 Mains rated relay's would be a very common application but tricky to fit inside your enclosure safely to a degree that anyone would be comfortable using in a safety regulated industrial setting. One definite on my wish list though has to be the Ethernet interface. With that and probably i2C and RS232 and RS485 interfaces exposed you would cast the Industruino as the intelligent hub of a solution that could displace many PLC  and more expensive microcontroller based solutions.

Other posters referrenced bringing the I/O out on a side connector to allow daisychaining to I/O modules on the DIN rail. Thats a common technique in the industry but one I personally find a little inflexible when one has a lot of I/O as it means you need a long single run of DIN rail which is often awkward to accomodate. extending on ribbon cable might be an option but is harder to suppress interference on low voltage I/O lines so personally I would stick with the individual I/O screw terminals you have and allow people to add on your or others external boards.

I assume you have seen this?  http://www.ruggedcircuits.com/ruggeduino/
Have you gone for similar levels of electrical protection for the microcontroller in your design? That is pretty much necessary to install in industrial situations unless you want to end up with a lot of broken units by careless installers :-)

Great job - will be following with interest and as soon as a board with inbuilt ethernet and maybe some of those serial interfaces is available I'll definitely be buying one to evaluate.

good job.
Guy
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: albertprieto on Apr 03, 2014, 12:30 am
Hi, industrino looks like! very good project.
I know another project similar, more or less also less than more :P, its industrialshields. you can see in www.industrialshields.com
Do you sell industrino in industrialshields web? they have an industrial platform to develop projects and sell products. It will be look like to see industrino there.

Thanks, very good project!!!!! :)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Apr 10, 2014, 12:25 pm
Hello everyone! Thank you so much for all the great feedback! We have listened closely and tried to implement as much of the requests as possible.

@hangas: Thank you for your suggestions. We are also developing a Mega version which will have space in the enclosure to host standard Arduino shields. Regarding mains power: We will offer industry DIN-rail power supplies on our website. We prefer this route as it is avoids a lot of the safety concern of an internal mains power supply. It would also be more flexible, allowing users to choose a power supply of the right amount of power for their specific  sensors/actuators.

@damien09: Please see our new EXP baseboard which adds an expansion connector for optional external modules.

@magno32: lets get in touch! I would definitely be interested in producing a Shapeoko baseboard for Industruino, but I would need design support.

@gsalerni: Please have a look at our EXP baseboard for expansion module or IND.I/O baseboard for a ready to go solution that has isolated industrial level I/O.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Apr 10, 2014, 12:34 pm
We are very please to announce 3 new products to complement our Industruino range of products!

1. Ethernet DIN Expansion Module

2. IND.I/O baseboard (industrial level I/O interface baseboard).

3. EXP baseboard (same as standard Industruino but with 14P IDC expansion port for external modules, plus a  7-28Vin -> 5V/2A switching voltage regulator).

Please have a look at our website for all details: www.industruino.com (https://www.industruino.com)

(https://industruino.com/website/image/ir.attachment/203_e2da7f4/datas)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: gsalerni on Apr 15, 2014, 09:11 pm
specs look good Loic. Question on the RS485 - is that on the Indo IO only or on the EXP baseboard as well? From the pinouts it looks like that is using the same TX/RX lines as the mainboard so I can use serial levels on the mainboard/baseboard but this is replaced by RS485 levels on the IO baseboard - I no longer have both is that correct?
The diagram on the Industruino website suggests Modbus slave as a possible usage of the Industruino over it's RS485 connector. Any limiting factor that would stop it being Modbus master (sketch permitting of course)?
Great job! I'll be ordering one up now with Ethernet module and EXP or Ind I/O.
Guy
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Apr 16, 2014, 08:34 pm
Hello Guy,

Thank you for the kind words, I'm glad to hear you like the look of our new products.

The RS485 transceiver is only included on the IND.I/O board, but could be easily added to the EXP board because it has a large prototyping area. On the IND.I/O the RS485 transceiver is indeed connected to the RX/TX lines of the mainboard but the RX/TX lines are also present on the 14p expansion port, so in case you don't use the RS485 portion of the IND.I/O you can still use the standard UART.

Modbus slave and master both run on the same RS485 hardware so INDO.I/O supports master mode.
I have libraries for both Modbus slave and Modbus master but I personally have only used the slave library. We ported the libraries from this source to run on the Leonardo: https://code.google.com/p/simple-modbus/

Best Regards,
Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: vffgaston on Jul 02, 2014, 11:01 am
Congratulations!.

Just to know: CE certification?.

Regards.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: Fr33man on Jul 27, 2014, 05:19 pm
Hi,

yes, CE would be nice..

where to Buy? On your Page it is out of Stock :(

greetz
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Aug 04, 2014, 01:20 pm
Hello,

CE is in progress, but be aware that the products is sold as a kit which is intended for your own customisation into a final product/installation, so you will still need to make sure your final product/installation conforms.

An updated version of the IND.I/O board will be in stock in September, together with a couple of newly released products. We are always looking for constructive feedback and for members of the Arduino community which are interested in collaborating in development of this projects. So please drop us a line at contact.industruino@gmail.com

All the best!

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: mbruck on Aug 15, 2014, 11:38 am
Hi Loic !

This is great product.

I'm building ADC and DAC shield for arduino but can't decide what IC's to use.  Please, would you share with us what IC you use for ADC and DAC functions on Industruino ?

Cheers,

Mladen Bruck
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Aug 15, 2014, 12:14 pm
Hi Mladen,

For the DAC we use the MCP4725, for the ADC we use MCP3424.
Good luck with your project!

Best Regards,

Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: mbruck on Aug 15, 2014, 12:41 pm
WOW, Great help , great help.  Thank you, you are best !

I immediataly find full schematic diagram of analog input board here: http://www.ereshop.com/shop/free/I2C-AI418S_SHEET.pdf..
YEA....   :D
(I already ordered IC 's )

Edit: Here is schematic: http://www.ereshop.com/shop/free/I2C-AI418M_SCH.pdf

Is there schematic for analog outputs of DAC chip ?



Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: Manfred9427 on Sep 01, 2014, 11:43 am
Congratulation, it's a very nice and useful project/product!


We are also developing a Mega version which will have space in the enclosure to host standard Arduino shields.


- Really, then I can use standard Arduino shields inside the Industruino enclosure?
- When will this be available?


We are very please to announce 3 new products to complement our Industruino range of products!
...
2. IND.I/O baseboard (industrial level I/O interface baseboard).
3. EXP baseboard (same as standard Industruino but with 14P IDC expansion port for external modules, plus a 7-28Vin -> 5V/2A switching voltage regulator).


Does the "IND.I/O Industruino" also have
- a 14p IDC expansion port for external molules and
- a 7-28Vin -> 5V/2A switching voltage regulator?

I have some more questions please:

When I buy and want to use the "IND.I/O Industruino Kit" and the "External Ethernet Module", do I have to solder something? Do I need a soldering-iron?

Does the "IND.I/O Industruino" have a Real-Time-Clock onboard?
If not, what would you recommend as the most easiest solution to include a RTC inside?

The "IND.I/O Industruino" has industrial I/O levels (24V digital I/O, 0-10V/4-20mA analog I/O) and is fully isolated from the MCU. That's great! But do also exist some screw connectors which are connected directly to the MCU I/O pins? E.g. this is necessary to use OneWire/1-Wire withe the Arduino?
Or how can I use OneWire/1-Wire components with the IND-I/O Industruino (connected from outside)?

Is it possible to update/upload sketches via your external Ethernet module to the Industuino? For example like:
How To Upload A Sketch To Your Arduino Via A Network (http://www.freetronics.com/pages/how-to-upload-a-sketch-to-your-arduino-via-a-network#.VAT97mcvCQt)
TFTP Bootloader (http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/TFTPBootloader1)

Thanks!
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: f8vpe on Nov 30, 2014, 03:45 pm
Great job, LOIC, I do have two remarks :

First of all, on the site you may select compare but I did not found the link www.industruino.com/catalog/product_compare

For the case, I like to see that the connectors have a break-out cover so that if you don't need the I/O on the bottom you don't see them.
This is really an advantage whenever you have to place the unit elsewhere and not in a cabinet on rail.

Regards, Robert.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 24, 2015, 10:46 am

@Manfred9427:


  1. The Mega version has been put on the back burner for a bit at the moment to focus on the IND.I/O and our new 128k Topboard. Mega version will eventually come but will be for later in the year.
  2. The IND.I/O also has the 14Pin expansion connector and its switching voltage regulator actually supports a larger Vin range (6.5-32V vs. 8-28V).
  3. When you buy any of the kits you don't need to solder anything, just screw assembly

  4. Currently there's no RTC built in, on the PROTO kit you can easily add it to the internal prototyping area. On the IND.I/O you can connect one to the 14p IDC connector, this connector has i2c and SPI so

  5. The Ethernet module is based on the Wiznet W5500 ethernet chip and uses a library which is almost identical to the standard Arduino library (just some different setup routines), therefore programming over TFTP should be achievable with some work on the code. It is something that would benefit a lot of people so I will investigate in maybe contracting it out to get the code ported.



@f8vpe:


  1. we made a new comparison page on the website for that, please have a look here (https://industruino.com/page/products)
  2. Covering the connectors with an optional break-out cover is a good idea, we need to see how we can move the connectors back a bit inside the case to allow for this.

Cheers,
Loic
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Feb 24, 2015, 10:58 am
If you're interested in what we've been up to the last couple of months please have a look at our newsletter (https://industruino.com/page/feb2015newsletter).

If you have any questions or suggestions you can always reach us at connect@industruino.com

Best Regards,
Loic

www.industruino.com (https://industruino.com)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: Isaac96 on May 10, 2015, 08:53 pm
This is cool!  :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Jun 09, 2015, 03:57 pm
Hi everyone,

Just a quick update; Last couple of months have been busy expanding the website (https://industruino.com), adding technical articles, writing blogposts etc...

Please have a look these two videos where we show some of the functionality of the Industruino IND.I/O

4-20mA analog input data streamed to emoncms.org (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw73874eh68)


(https://industruino.com/website/image/ir.attachment/818_26a0ed8/datas) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw73874eh68)


24V proximity sensors and direct drive of a solenoid  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlEsz6kjUUc)


(https://industruino.com/website/image/ir.attachment/819_f47db41/datas) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlEsz6kjUUc)


We've also recently updated all of our libraries to support the latest Arduino IDE 1.6.4! You can find all the files on our github (https://github.com/Industruino?tab=repositories).

If you want to keep up to date on any of our new announcements please subscribe to our newsletter (https://industruino.com/page/newsletter#scrollTop=0) or follow us (https://twitter.com/Industruino) on twitter!

Thanks everyone and please let me know if you have any questions!

Cheers,
Loic

industruino.com (https://industruino.com)
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: Isaac96 on Jun 11, 2015, 06:15 pm
I can't see your photos! Could you attach them?
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: aaas on Jul 14, 2015, 12:34 pm
Hello. Is it possible to add 6 digital inputs in industrial version? Industruino has 8 di/do-s, but i need additional 6 digital inputs. if yes, then how to add them. thanks
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Sep 22, 2015, 09:02 am
@aaas: Currently you can connect a number of Industruino's together via the RS485 connection to increase the I/O count.
Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Sep 22, 2015, 09:09 am
Hi everyone,

We are very pleased to announce that the Industruino PROTO 32u4 has been added to the Arduino AtHeart program! You can read all about it over here (https://blog.arduino.cc/2015/09/21/industruino-makes-industrial-automation-easy-now-atheart/).

We're also very excited to be at Maker Faire Rome! We hope to meet many of you there. The faire will run from the 16th to 18th of October. More information can be found here (http://www.makerfairerome.eu/en/).

Best Regards,
Loic & The Industruino Team

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Title: Re: Industruino - DIN-rail Leonardo compatible
Post by: loic on Apr 27, 2017, 10:46 am
Greetings to everyone,

We've been up to so many things lately, so it was about time that we updated this thread. The main headline; We have a Zero compatible M0+ model! Actually, the first and only M0+ Arduino compatible industrial controller currently on the market.

The M0+ model comes in the form of our D21G Topboard (48MHz, 256KB Flash, ATSAMD21G18 MCU). As per usual, you can combine this new topboard with either the prototyping baseboard to suit your own demands, or with the industrial I/O baseboard ready to wire up to 24V / 4-20mA/0-10V signals.

Following popular demand by our users, the D21G Topboard got some more hardware upgrades: battery backed RTC, multiple SERCOM's (Dual SPI, Dual UART) and faster graphics. We've also developed a new bootloader allowing you to upload code remotely via an Ethernet connection. We will write more about the software on our website & our GitHub page.

www.industruino.com

Best regards,
Loic & The Industruino team

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