The individual components of the Nanoline system support various functions in your application. Choose the necessary modules from the product range according to the application.
The basic units are available for various supply voltages and with different I/O combinations.
For tailored use, connect additional modules to the basic unit as an option.
With its serial communication modules, the Nanoline system sets new standards in connectivity. This results in easy integration and distributed monitoring and control.
Read and write I/O points, registers, flags, timers, counters and system flags; with the RS-232 module, you can use your Nanoline logic module as a Modbus RTU server.
To configure and program Nanoline, you need a serial interface. Use the RS-232 or USB module to connect the logic module to your PC. From here, you can carry out configuration with the nanoNavigator software.
For applications that require time or date functions, you can extend your Nanoline module with a realtime clock. Configuration is handled with the nanoNavigator software or control panel.
In this way you can integrate numerous functions into your Nanoline system:
The realtime clock supports the following date formats:
Depending on the number of I/Os, you can extend your Nanoline basic module with additional I/O extension modules. The combination of digital and analog I/Os may vary. The same is true when combining various digital I/Os, such as a basic unit with AC voltage and a DC I/O extension module.
The Ethernet extension module enables the optimum integration of Nanoline in your network.
In combination with the Ethernet extension module, you can also use your Nanoline logic module as a Modbus TCP server. This will allow you to read and write I/O points, registers, timers, counters and program and system flags – independently of the program - from any location.
Protect Nanoline against unauthorized use by securing your Ethernet access with password-protected access.
The control panel is the interface for interaction. Read the status of all I/O points, registers, timers, counters and program and system flags directly. In addition, the application program sends prompts and instructions to the display.
Unique feature: the control panel offers numerical keys (0 - 9). In addition, each of the 14 keys on the control panel can be used to create user-specific menus in a flowchart.