The M1 is a central controller and the hub of the APAV control system.
It connects to every device and component of the control system through its output ports, expansion cards and proprietary 4 wire bus.
Powered by a 32 bit microprocessor the M1 is capable of performing high speed intricate logic calculations.
An embedded Linux OS manages the I/O operation of all ports including four RS232 output ports on DB9 male, 4 RS232/422/485 on Phoenix screw block, 8 Relay, 8 Digital I/O and 8 Infrared/one-way serial outputs.
The M1 also includes an internal web server with Browser Support 3.0 software.
Control system programs created in Vision and Logic Master proprietary software are loaded into the M1 by network. The M1 serves the control system program as HTML pages accessible from any web browser enabled device.
|CPU||32 bit GT2000 processor 400 MIPS|
|Memory||192MB (128MB Flash, 64MB SDRAM)|
|Ports||8 IR (Infrared) or one way serial (RS-232)|
|8 digital I/O|
|8 isolated low voltage relay (normally open)|
|4 DB9 two-way serial (RS-232)COM(A,B,C)|
|4 RS232/422/485 on Phoenix screw block|
|1 four wire proprietary bus|
|1 RJ45 Ethernet|