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Overall Score (4.7)
(75 reviews / 72 comments)
74 out of 75 reviewers would buy this item again.
This manual needed more information on programming than other product information.
Started using Click PLC's last year. I bought a transformer took the plc home with the cable sold on automation direct and started playing around with it. After 1 hour I went from no experience with any plc to being able to full upgrade our systems and free up tons of space by doing away with our relays and timer blocks. We currently have more space in our control units so they no longer have to be as big. I recommend this for any first time user that wants to learn and advance their product.
This power supply seems to work out fine, using it with a Click PLC Only. If I had a click PLC with extra input & output cards. I would go to the next bigger power supply that Click makes. Just to be sure I had enough current available.
The product is good, but I would have made an side connection to the CLICK PLC to supply the voltage directly and not having to put additional wires for it.
Am sort of new to PLCs and ladder programming. These units are easy to use and program with the click software. Lots of help can be had at the Forum. I have used several of these and replaced 2 at my job. I am confident the projects I build with them will function as needed.
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I use this unit for remote I/O using modbus TCP. You really can't beat it for price and ease of programming. The address picker in the software shows the modbus addresses and that makes it even easier. I've had no trouble at all with the unit and there is plenty of room to expand with more I/O if needed.1 person found this review helpful.
Great value. Easy to setup. Ethernet port plus the RS-485 makes for a great control and or communication device. Easy to set up with Cmore HMI products.
It works just like it is supposed to. I used these for expanding an existing Click application, works perfectly.
I've used several of these when retrofitting controls on older equipment,this takes the place of a dozen or more( with expansion modules) interposing relays. This really saves time mounting and wiring the relays,and I'm able to improve some functions because of the logic/ programming flexibility.