[lug] Ethernet Enabled PLC/Linux Microcontroller
swavek.skret at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 14:48:46 MDT 2009
I am looking at possibly many of these and for various hardware devices. I
am also looking at some alternatives for NMS protocols that might sit on
each of these devices to provide feedback, view, redundancy, etc. I will
check if TS-7400 has SNMP on it (probably not, I guess).
And you are right, an additional investment at front might help to carry
long way later (updates, maintenance, etc.)
On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 7:56 AM, Stephen Queen <svqueen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 7:27 AM, Swavek Skret <swavek.skret at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I need to control a hardware unit that does not have a standard
>> interface (ethernet, RS-232, etc) but simply provides a binary voltage to
>> flag that it functions correctly or not. I am considering using an ethernet
>> enabled microcontroller with Linux OS ideally.
>> If anyone has related experience and would like to share or recommend a
>> particular hardware I would appreciate it.
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> Are you looking at a one off, or are you looking to produce many? If it is
> a one off, it is a little more expensive in immediate costs, but will save
> you a lot of time, try looking at the TS-7400 from Technologic.
> Steve Queen
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