Our Micro800® Control Systems are easy to install and maintain. One software package applies to the entire family. These systems offer just enough control for your lower-cost, stand-alone machines. You can buy only the functionality you need, and use plug-in modules to personalize your system for specific application needs.
With a nano-sized footprint, our Bulletin 2080 Micro810® Programmable Logic Controller Systems function as smart relays with high-current relay outputs, but with the programming capabilities of micro-PLCs. These controllers support 12 I/O points with 4 high current relay outputs (8A) for smart relay applications.
Our Micro820™ Programmable Logic Controller Systems include a nano-sized footprint and are designed for small standalone machine control and remote automation applications that require flexible communications and I/O capabilities. These controllers support up to 36 I/O points with many embedded features such as Ethernet, microSD slot for recipe and data log, and analog I/O.
Our Micro830® Programmable Logic Controller Systems are designed for stand-alone machine control applications that require flexible communications and I/O capabilities. These controllers support up to 88 I/O points with high performance I/O, interrupts, and PTO motion.
Our Micro850® Programmable Logic Controller Systems are designed for larger stand-alone machine control applications that require flexible communications and greater I/O capabilities. These controllers support up to 132 I/O points with high performance I/O, interrupts, and PTO motion plus embedded Ethernet and 2085 expansion I/O.
Bulletin 2085 Micro850® Expansion I/O Controllers extend the capabilities of the Micro850 controllers by maximizing flexibility of the I/O count and type. The I/O module snaps firmly to the right side of Micro850 controller and supports both DIN rail mount and panel mount.
With our Bulletin 2080 Micro800® Programmable Logic Controllers Plug-in Modules and Accessories, you can adapt your base unit controller to fit your application needs. Extend the functionality of embedded I/O without increasing the footprint of your controller. Increase the system capabilities through memory and clock modules.