BRX (Do-More) PLC

BRX Series PLC – Do-More Designer – Automation Direct
System HardwareVideo
– PLC Unboxing Video
Installing the Software (Do-More Designer 2.0)Video
Establish CommunicationVideo
– Firmware Update Video
Numbering Systems and AddressingVideo
First ProgramVideo
Monitoring and Testing the ProgramVideo
Online Editing and Debug ModeVideo
TimersVideo
CountersVideo
High Speed IOVideo
Compare InstructionsVideo
Math Instructions Video
Program ControlVideo
Shifting InstructionsVideo
Drum InstructionVideo
Serial Communication – Modbus RTU to Solo Process Temperature ControllerVideo
Data LoggingVideo
Email – Text SMS Messaging (Gmail)Video
– Secure Email – Authentication (Gmail Server) Video
AdvancedHMI Communication – Modbus TCPVideo
Analog IO – System ConfigurationVideo
Modbus RTU BRX PLC Master to Click PLC Slave CommunicationVideo
HTTP JSON InstructionsVideo
Analog Dusk to Dawn ProgramVideo
BRX PLC INC DEC 512 Registers for DMX512Video
BRX PLC PID with PWM OutputVideo
BRX PLC PID Ramp Soak ProfileVideo
In process…
BRX Do-More Simulator MQTT Publish / Subscribe – Video
BRX Do-More PLC MQTT Communications – Video

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The BRX series of programmable logic controllers consist of four different units. They differ depending on the Inputs and Outputs built into the unit and if it has the ethernet port.
No I/O Micro PLC unit – (BX ME)
10 Point Micro PLC unit – (BX 10/10E)
18 Point Micro PLC unit – (BX 18/18E)
36 Point Micro PLC unit – (BX 36/36E)
These CPUs (Central Processing Units) are also known as MPU (Multi Processing Units) because of the communication capabilities.

BRX Series Controller
– Standalone PLC with built in I/O
– Built in Data Logging
– Communication ability – Ethernet Port, RS232, RS485, USB – support for protocols such as Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, ASCII, K-sequence (DirectLOGIC users), Custom Protocols (ASCII over serial, TCP or UDP over Ethernet)
– Built in Analog input and output
– Integrated motion control
– High speed counters
– Powerful instruction set (Video of Instructons in software)
– Ability to expand the system with a variety of modules
– Part of the Do-More series of PLCs which use the same free software. (Do-More Designer)
– Integrated simulator in the software capable of external communications for testing




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