UniPi 1.1 is an extension board for Raspberry Pi. Together they form a programmable control unit for universal use in automation, regulation, and monitoring systems.
The package does not include Raspberry Pi and DIN rail holder.
The development of the UniPi 1.1 was discontinued, but we do not plan to phase the unit out of production in the foreseeable future.
UniPi 1.1 is an extension board for the Raspberry Pi computer, allowing it to serve as a programmable logic computer (PLC) in applications such as automation, regulation, monitoring, smarthome systems, industrial automation and many more. It is a direct predecessor of the Neuron PLC line.. The board can be extended via EMO-R8 extension module, adding another 8 relay outputs. Users can also purchase a DIN rail holder for installation into distribution box and plastic protective cover.
UniPi 1.1 is compatible with a wide variety of software. For programming the UniPi we recommend either our open source API EVOK. or our advanced node-based control software, Mervis. EVOK is our official open-source application programming interface (API), designed for remote access to our control units. It represents a simple software allowing the user an easy access to hardware without extensive programming. Mervis is then our primary, officially supported software platform for UniPi PLC management. It is an extensive set of tools for advanced monitoring and regulation, developed in accordance with the IEC 61131-3 programming standard.
Digital inputs are designed for reading of binary values (0/1, on/off, open/closed etc.) and are thus suitable for connecting switches, motion sensors, window or door magnetic locks etc.
Analog inputs are used to receive either 0-10V voltage or 0-20mA current signals. Alternatively, they can be used for reading data from corresponding sensors, such as resistance thermometers. The user can adjust the input mode via corresponding control software.
Analog output can be used for control of external devices such as three-way valves or heat exchangers via 0-10V voltage or 0-20mA current signals. Analog output also allows current or voltage regulation.
Relay outputs are designed for switching two-state devices via alternating or direct voltage. Relays thus can be used to switch boilers, water heaters, electric motors or other stronger relays. Neuron unit relays are designed for 5A maximum current and 250V alternating/30V direct voltage.
You may also be interested in our introduction to choosing the right software for your UniPi.
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Declaration of conformity
|RTC battery socket||Ano|
|Power||5 V DC / 2.4 A|
|Dimensions||20 mm × 86 mm ×198 mm|