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Productivity Open P1AM Web Server


We will now look at the productivity Arduino Ethernet web server that we will implement on our Productivity Open P1AM industrial Arduino controller.
Productivity Open P1AM Web Server
This P1AM Web Server Example is based on an example found here. This example uses the productivity open P1AM-ETH shield to create a web server that displays the input values of a P1-08SIM and P1-04THM to a web page. This page is automatically updated every 3 seconds. The IP address of the webserver is set in the Arduino program (Sketch) Entering this IP address in your browser to view the web page. This will display the information from our Arduino P1AM on our web browser. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

P1AM Arduino P1 Digital Inputs and Outputs 2


In part 1 we added additional discrete digital inputs and outputs modules (cards) to our P1AM-START1 (Industrial Arduino) ProductivityOpen starter kit with Ethernet. A program was then discussed that will print the modules in our system and then set and reset discrete digital inputs and outputs.
P1-16TR – Productivity1000 relay output module, 16-point, 6-24 VDC/6-120 VAC, (16) Form A (SPST) no-suppression, 2 isolated common(s), 8 point(s) per common, 2A/point, 8A/common.
P1-16CDR – Productivity1000 discrete combo module, Input: 8-point, 24 VAC/VDC, sinking/sourcing, Output: 8-point, 6-24 VDC/6-120 VAC, relay, (8) Form A (SPST) relays, 1A/point.
P1-08SIM – Productivity1000 simulator input module, 8-point.

arduino digital inputs outputs
We will now discuss additional instructions in our industrial Arduino controller that will be used with our P1000 (P1) expansion modules. (cards) Our sample sketch will include a simple start/stop circuit and a shifting circuit.
Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

P1AM Arduino P1 Digital Inputs and Outputs 1


The productivity open Arduino P1AM I/O interface chip-set supports the full suite of Productivity 1000 (P1) Inputs / Outputs expansion modules. These modules are industry approved and proven in the industrial environment. Modern industrial signal levels for digital and analog inputs and outputs are used.
arduino digital inputs outputs
P1000 modules available to you include the following:
• Discrete (Digital)
• Analog
• Temperature
• Relay (Digital)
• High-speed Input
• PWM
arduino digital inputs outputs
We will be adding additional discrete input and output modules (cards) to our P1AM-START1 ProductivityOpen starter kit with Ethernet. A program will then be discussed that will print the modules in our system and then set and reset discrete digital inputs and outputs.
P1-16TR – Productivity1000 relay output module, 16-point, 6-24 VDC/6-120 VAC, (16) Form A (SPST) no-suppression, 2 isolated common(s), 8 point(s) per common, 2A/point, 8A/common.
P1-16CDR – Productivity1000 discrete combo module, Input: 8-point, 24 VAC/VDC, sinking/sourcing, Output: 8-point, 6-24 VDC/6-120 VAC, relay, (8) Form A (SPST) relays, 1A/point.
P1-08SIM – Productivity1000 simulator input module, 8-point.
Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

P1AM Industrial Arduino P1000 Expansion Analog


We will now look at the P1AM Arduino expansion analog modules. This analog expansion is part of the P1000 cards that the P1AM Arduino can use as it’s inputs and outputs. The productivity open P1AM I/O interface chip-set supports the full suite of Productivity 1000 I/O expansion modules. These modules are industry approved and proven in the industrial environment. Modern industrial signal levels for digital and analog inputs and outputs are used.
p1am arduino expansion analog
P1000 modules available to you include the following:
• Discrete
• Analog
• Temperature
• Relay
• High-speed Input
• PWM
p1am arduino expansion analog
We will be wiring and programming our P1-4ADL2DAL-1 combination analog input and output module that came with the P1AM-START1 ProductivityOpen starter kit with Ethernet. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

Productivity Open P1AM Industrial Arduino Math


Math instructions in your Arduino sketches (programs) consist of arithmetic operations, compound operators, absolute, power, square root, sin, cos, tan, random, map and constrain.
p1am arduino math
These instructions will be generally used with other instructions in your sketch.

We will be looking at each of these instructions that are available using productivity blocks. A sample program will be discussed that will involve some of these math instructions. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!