Hidden in narrow spaces, however, showing great capacity and existing in a wide range of applications, we are right talking about the I-7188 and £gPAC-7186. These are the £gPACs (micro Programmable Automation Controllers) designed and launched by ICP DAS. With fast-booting operating system MiniOS7, flexible COM port configuration and user-defined I/O pins, £gPAC just meets every kind of requirement in general applications, such as data acquisition, automation systems, and remote control.
Both I-7188 and £gPAC-7186 series are palm-sized PACs. £gPAC-7186 series are the more advanced PACs with faster CPU, 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet and lower power consumption. Therefore, £gPAC-7186 series are suitable for more sophisticated application. Integrated with MiniOS7 Studio, developed for C-language based controllers by ICP DAS, £gPAC features IDE(integrated development environment), which makes programming much easier. Besides, with various expansion boards for £gPACs, such as DI, DO, A/D, D/A, Timer/Counter, UART, flash memory, battery backup SRAM and other I/O functions, users can choose which functions they would like to combine, and then optimize the performance of their £gPACs for different situations. And for those who are familiar with soft logic, ICP DAS also provides ISaGRAF-based £gPACs and it makes the programming tasks as easy as PLCs°¶.
There are many different kinds of £gPACs, and here°¶s a quick guide for the add-on letters behind model numbers:
represents that the £gPAC has an Ethernet port
represents that the £gPAC is ISaGRAF-based
represents that the £gPAC has a 7-segment LED display
represents that the £gPAC has built-in 64 MB Flash Disk
represents that the £gPAC has built-in 640 KB SRAM
2009, the year of PACs!