ICOP’s QEC-M-01 is an EtherCAT master system based on Vortex86EX2 processor. The development environment uses industrial-Arduino software, 86Duino IDE, supporting EtherCAT API, which performs real-time field monitoring and big data collection and supports graphical programming tools, making it easy to hire software engineers and shorten the market time.
People can also work with AI software to calculate the carbon footprint of power consumption and temp to enhance the field-system process.
QEC-M-01 has a built-in long-life 2G SLC, designed to provide a stable and reliable operating system. Users can upload the developed executable files and required images or data, such as HMI images, to the QEC-M-01’s SLC via the 86Duino IDE without affecting the performance of the master system.
QEC-M-01’s dimension is 107.45 x 77.39 x 34 mm, could be mounted via Din-Rail. Operating temperature is from -20°C to +70°C; it can be placed directly in the field outdoors and ensures that the machine can work in harsh environments.
QEC-M-01 has two networks for EtherCAT Cable Redundancy, one Giga LAN for external network connection, RS485 signal pins, HD Audio, and USB; All provide an off-the-shelf API to use. Users can quickly collect data over EtherCAT and transfer data to a server via Giga LAN, and then big data can easily to construct by MySQL Library.
In addition, users can connect their existing systems via RS485 signals, such as PLC or CNC.