Arduino, the leading open-source electronics platform, has launched a new piece of hardware called the Arduino Opta IoT PLC. The device has been designed to enable the development of advanced industrial automation solutions, making it a game-changer in the world of IoT and Industry 4.0.
In this blog series, we will look closer at the Arduino Opta IoT PLC, its features, and its benefits for industrial automation. We will be using the Arduino Opta RS485 controller.
Arduino OPTA Controller Series
Opta Introduction Video
Arduino Opta IoT PLC Cutting Edge Hardware – Video
Installing the software – Arduino IDE / Arduino PLC IDE – Video
Opta IoT PLC Quick Start Ladder Logic – Video
Establishing Communication – Video
Arduino PLC IDE Workspace: Unleash the Power of Automation! – Video
Programming the Arduino OPTA PLC using Ethernet Port – Video
Arduino OPTA PLC IDE – Ladder Diagram First Program – Video
Arduino OPTA PLC – Instruction List (IL) First Program – Video
Arduino OPTA PLC – Function Block Diagram (FBD) First Program – Video
Structured Text (ST) First Program – Video
Sequential Function Chart (SFC) – Video
OPTA Video Shorts:
Quick reference videos on using this controller:
Unboxing the Opta PLC
Powering up the controller
Arduino Pro PLC IDE Software Installation
Arduino IDE Software Installation
OPTA Connect: License Activation
Bootloader Mode USB port (Arduino IDE Program Code Download)
Wiring discrete PNP sensor to Opta Input
Arduino PLC IDE – Set Up Communication… Modbus
The Arduino Opta IoT PLC is a powerful and versatile piece of hardware that combines an industriPLC’sC’s functionality with the Arduiplatform’sm’s flexibility. It offers a range of benefits for industrial automation, including reduced development time, cost-effectiveness, versatility, and open-source development. With its mighty computing power, I/O options, and robust design, the Opta IoT PLC is set to become a game-changer in IoT and Industry 4.0.
The Arduino Opta IoT PLC offers a range of benefits for industrial automation, including:
Reduced development time – The device is based on the Arduino platform, which is well-known for its ease of use and simplicity. This makes it easier for developers to get started with the device and reduces development time.
Cost-effective – The device is priced competitively, making it a cost-effective solution for industrial automation.
Versatile – The device can be used for various industrial automation applications, including process control, factory automation, and machine control.
Open-source – The device is based on the open-source Arduino platform, meaning the community can contribute to its development and improvement.