To support the growth of the new Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 initiatives, industrial designers are leveraging Ethernet-based industrial networking protocols such as EtherCAT®, PROFINET® and Ethernet/IP™ to enable real-time connectivity in the factory floor, resulting in improved operational efficiencies and reduced costs. The challenge is selecting a cost-effective platform that supports the leading protocols while implementing technologies to improve the management of complex real-time operations.
|R-IN32M3-CL||UPD60510BF1-HN4-M1-A||Supports CC-Link IE Field (intelligent device station)
Built-in MII/GMII interface
|R-IN32M3-EC||MC-10287BF1-HN4-M1-A||Supports EtherCAT Slave
Two built-in EtherPHY ports
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- High-speed real-time response and low power consumption
- Integrated real-time OS accelerator (HW-RTOS) and Ethernet accelerator
- Multi-protocol support (CC-Link IE, EtherCAT, EtherNet/IP, etc.)
- Ethernet protocols:CC-Link IE Field (R-IN32M3-CL only), EtherCAT (R-IN32M3-EC only), EtherNet/IP, PROFINET (RT), Modbus TCP, and FL-net (TBD)
- Open network protocols:CC-Link, CANopen, DeviceNet, Modbus RTU/ASCII
- Communication unit of slave devices in field networks and motion networks
- PLC, remote IO, CNC, AC drive (inverter), robot, servo drive, servo motor