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 NetworkTFTP Bootloader