Model AMJR-14-DM i.CanDoIt® Web Enabled I/O Programmable Modbus Controller includes a Modbus RTU master, 14 I/O points, and Script Basic for custom programming Modbus applications. The AMJR-14-DM includes 14 I/O points, template or rule based alarm monitoring and email notification, weekly or time and date scheduling, and data logging. The embedded web server includes many predefined pages, but you can create your own HTML pages and forms to customize the server for your application. In addition to web access, you can access I/O points as Modbus TCP registers or SNMP MIB variables.
• Modbus TCP Client and Server, SNMP Agent
• 12 Analog/Universal Inputs, 10-bit, Configurable as 0-10VDC, Thermistor, Dry Contact
• Pulse Count on 2 Analog/Universal Inputs
• 2 Discrete Outputs, Open Drain FET, 1A @ 30VDC
• Modbus Registers Accessible from Script Basic
The AMJR-14-DM version of AddMe Jr. provides the Script Basic programming feature with Basic access to Modbus registers. If you are most comfortable with Basic programming, and want access to Modbus registers from your Basic program, the AMJR-14-DM is the right choice for you. Basic access means you can read and write Modbus registers from your Basic program, via the Modbus gateway capability of the AMJR-14-DM.
The goal of i.CanDoIt® is to provide a simple and cost effective facility management and remote monitoring solution suitable for use in small sites. Thei.CanDoIt® Modbus web server includes data logging, time & date scheduling, and template or rule based alarm processing with email notification and/or I/O activation in response to events. Data logging simply records the contents of registers on a user specified schedule. Event logging keeps a record of alarm events. Scheduling causes register values to be set according to a schedule. The resulting register manipulation may generate network communication with remote devices, control local I/O, or change setpoints. The i.CanDoIt® is programmable, even though it is rather powerful without programming.
Control Solutions’ i.CanDoIt® AMJR-14-DM features 12 inputs which accept analog input from thermistors or 0-10V sensors, or discrete input from dry contact switches. AMJR-14 hardware also provides 2 discrete outputs which can sink 1A at 24VDC.
Input data is presented in scaled integer and floating point format. Linearization tables are provided for 10K and 20K type II, III, and IV thermistors on analog inputs. Input and output type and scaling are configured in web pages served by the internal web server.
Configuration is done via the web pages. Configuration is saved in the internal Flash file system, and may be exported for backup or for duplicating the configuration in another device.
Click on the link below to view a demo copy of the entire Web UI in the AMJR-14-IP. (Note: This demo is for the standard AMJR-14-IP. The -DM version replaces the PL/i programming pages with Script Basic, otherwise the web UI is the same.)
• 12 Analog/universal inputs
• 0-10VDC, Thermistor, dry contact
• Software selectable input type
• 10-bit resolution
• 2 channels capable of high speed pulse count
• 2 Discrete outputs
• Open drain FET, 1A @ 24VDC current sink
• Modbus RTU RS-485 master
• User programmable using Script Basic
• Basic access to Modbus registers
• Modbus TCP client and server
• 10/100BaseT Ethernet
• Data and event logger, email & trap notifications
• Real time scheduler including astronomical clock
• Web interface including user HTML wrapper
• Powered by 10-30VDC or 24VAC 50/60 Hz
• Power Consumption:
• 0.3A @ 24VDC max.
• DIN rail mounting, 100mm H x 70mm W x 60mm D
• Pluggable screw terminal blocks
• -40C to +70C, 5%-95% RH non-condensing
• Certifications: FCC, CE
Our most extensive technical support is provided by the same engineering staff that developed the products. Your personal attention from this staff is available via the support ticket system.
No user/password is required to open a new ticket. Once you open a ticket, you will immediately receive an email with your ticket number. Your ticket number becomes your login to review your ticket(s) later. Click the Support Ticket icon anywhere you see it. (If you do not get an email with your ticket number, within minutes, check your junk folder, spam settings, etc, and try again if necessary.)Open a Ticket