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Basic CPUs include 8 discrete inputs and 6 descrete outputs along with 2 serial ports. Starting at $69.00
Standard CPUs add a third serial port, and a real time calendar/clock. Starting at $99.00
Analog CPUs add four analog channels (2 in & 2 out) configurable for current or voltage signals. Starting at $129.00
Basic Ethernet CPUs Choose from 4 models that include one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet comm port, one RS-232 comm port, super capacitor plus battery and real-time clock. Starting at $129.00
Standard Ethernet CPUs Choose from 4 models that include one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet comm port, one RS-232 comm port, one RS-485 comm port, super capacitor plus battery and real-time clock. Starting at $149.00
Ethernet Analog CPUs Choose from 12 models that include one RS-485 serial port, four discrete inputs, four discrete outputs, 6 analog I/O channels, a battery back-up, and calendar/clock. Starting at $179.00
Analog Modules Choose 4 channel input modules, 4 channel output modules, or combination modules with 4 input and 2 output channels. RTD and Thermocouple modules are also available. CLICK Analog Modules start at $89.00Read more...
What is a PLC? A digital computer used to automate electromechanical processes.Learn More...
What you need to get started. Everything from tools to programming cables.Get Started Now...
Programming: View a simple application. Learn about tagnames, the scan, and other PLC concepts.Read more...
Installation & Wiring: Learn how to assemble and wire your CLICK. Discover the benefits of our ZIPLink wiring system.Read more...
Power Considerations: CLICK offers various power options. Be sure you have enough power for all your I/O modules. Read more...
Choosing I/O Type: Need to control an AC load? Detect a DC signal? Learn about sinking & sourcing.Read more...
Configure a CLICK: Use our online tool to select I/O modules, verify power budget, and add everything to your cart.Configure now...
Check out our handy Configuration Tool.
|If your PC has a USB port, use cable EA-MG-PGM-CBL to connect to the CPU module port|
If your PC has a 9-pin serial communications port, use programming cable D2-DSCBL.
|If you choose a CLICK Ethernet PLC, use a standard Ethernet patch cable. Representative cable shown: Blue, 7' length. Many other colors and lengths available here.|