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Nano-10 Super PLC

New! 10 I/O Super PLC with ETHERNET!

At only US$154.00 per unit, the Nano-10 Super PLC is the ultimate answer to many OEM manufacturers' quest for an extremely low cost small PLC with only a few I/Os, yet posesses the capability of high-end PLCs without the high price tag. Featuring 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs, 2 Analog inputs (12-bit 0-5V) and weighing only 2.6 oz, the Nano-10 is equipped with a built-in Ethernet port and an RS485 port and ready to interface to the world of industrial controls. The support for open standard Modbus RTU and Modbus/TCP on the RS485 and Ethernet ports allows the Nano-10 to be connected to the Internet and perform tasks that until now is all but impossible on small OEM machines using nano-class PLCs. Control Design Magazine Exclusive report about the Nano-10 PLC (March 2010 issue)

Nano-10 Super PLC  

BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 1  Ethernet Port - Create your own webpage for control
   - no internet programming required
   - Support Modbus/TCP client and server.
   - Email, Remote programming via the Internet.
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 2 Analog I/O (12-bit, 0-5V)
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 4 Digital Outputs - includes 2 x PWM 8A @24VDC,
- include 1 channel stepper motor pulse outputs.
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 4 Digital Inputs (24V NPN) - include special inputs such as
interrupts, high speed encoder, etc.
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 1 RS485 port. Used as Modbus RTU Master or Slave
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) 8K words Program Memory (Flash), expandable to 16K
1K words Nonvolatile data memory expanable to 11K
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) Optional DIN-KIT-1B for easy installation.
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) RoHS Compliant
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
BD14582_.GIF (185          bytes) Dimension: 3.34"(L)x 2.84"(W) x 0.75"(H) / 2.6 oz (76 gms)
      U$ 154        


Nano-10 Super PLC Features

Web Page Control Quick Start Guide

Nano-10 Super PLC User´s Manual



A simplified and affordable PLC trainer version of our PTS and F models.

Ideal for those with some basic background on PLC.

This is the coolest PLC with features that you only find in very expensive PLCs.

Imagine a PLC with Ethernet/Internet connection that can be controlled using any browser (even from an Iphone) without writing a line a Javascript codes the software tool to make your graphic HMI trough internet is free.

For the first time one PLC trainer that fits in the palm of your hand.

PTS Nano-10  
Starter Kit for Nano
U$ 550

Create your own Control Web Page

The Nano-10 PLC's clever use of the AJAX technologies allows anyone to create their own custom web page to control their equipment using any browser (including IPhone!), yet without the need to learn to write a single line of java or javascript program code! (Click here to learn more)

1. Using Nano-10 as Remote I/O host

Since all TRiLOGI PLC products feature built-in RS485 port, the Nano-10 PLC can easily connect to a network of extremely low cost E10 or  T100MD PLCs across a large facility. These remote PLCs can provide local control without supervision but can at the same time be controlled by the Nano-10. Multiple MDS100-BW LCD displays can also be accessed individually by the Nano-10 to display real time messages.

With a simple <CONNECT> command the Nano-10 can even connect to and communicate with all other Nano-10 or F-series PLCs via the Internet! 

  2. Providing User a Free HMI for your OEM Equipment

Since the Nano-10 built-in web services employs the AJAX technology for equipment control, it allows you to create a custom web page to control your equipment in no time and your user can then use any PC or smart phone (e.g. IPhone) web browser to view the equipment with graphical illustration. In fact you can even create several web pages and present the same data in different format to different user type (e.g. end user vs service technician).

Best of all, your user does not need to install any application on their PC or Iphone in order to view the operation of your equipment. So what they gain is a no-hassle, free Graphical HMI to interact with your equipment via the Internet!

Imagine how much this capability would add to the competitive advantage of your equipment?

  3. Data logging and Control of MODBUS devices. Data can be logged to remote server via the Internet.

Nano-10 can issue Modbus-RTU or Modbus ASCII commands to access many industrial devices and sensors such as power meters connected to its RS485 port. This means it can readily acquire data from any instrument that understand Modbus protocol.  In addition, since Nano-10 can open a client connection to a remote server, it can log the acquired data and store as data files in the remote PC.

4. Internet Accessible Home Control System

You can implement a small control system to directly control some equipment in your home and add an web page interface to it in no time.

By communicating to a Z-wave base device via RS485/RS232 port you can even perform whole house control via the Internet.


New Modbus/TCP Gateway Feature (Only on Super PLC models with r77 or higher Firmware)

With r77 firmware or higher, any Nano-10, FMD series, or F-series PLC can now be configured as a Modbus TCP gateway. This is of course particularly useful in PLC set-ups where most of the PLCs need Ethernet link-up into broader networks but as in most cases, are equipped only with traditional and standard serial communication ports (such as RS232 and RS485).

Once configured as a gateway, the PLC will be able to receive Modbus TCP commands from a client device or software (from the LAN or Internet) and transparently convert them to Modbus RTU (serial) and send them out of the COM port that was configured. The PLC will only convert and redirect Modbus TCP commands if the specified ID is different from the Gateway PLCs ID.

If the incoming Modbus TCP command is addressed to the Gateway PLC, then it will accept and process the command as per normal.

If the incoming Modbus TCP command has an ID that is different from the Gateway PLC, then it will do the following automatically and transparently:

1. Convert the command to Modbus RTU (serial)
2. Send it out of the COM port that was configured to the specified device ID.
3. Wait for a response and, once received, convert it from Modbus RTU back to Modbus TCP.
4. Send the response in Modbus TCP format back to the client that sent the command originally.

For more reading on this capability, you can download :


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