Andino IO - The small industrial PC with IO and LoraWAN or 2G or 4G Modem
Available from Q1/2019
The Andino IO, like its little brother, is the Andino X1, a motherboard for the Raspberry Pi.
It allows mounting on a DIN rail in the control cabinet.
The Andino Lora is great for applications in data acquisition in the field e.g.
- production machines
- Energy data monitoring
- Capture environmental data Interface conversions
By the use of an LoraWAN, an 2G or an 4G Modem it is well suited for the data collection in the field!
- DIN rail housing 9 units, TS35, DIN DIN EN 43880
- Integrated Raspberry Pi 3 B+
- Power supply 9V – 30V DC
- 6 Digital In – isolated 5kV
- 3 Relay out, 240V 5A
- CAN Bus
- RS485 (with auto transmitter on) / RS422
- OLED Display (128×64)
- Power Fail Input (for Andino UPS)
- Optional available:
- integrated Lora WAN Modem
- integrated 2G / EDGE Modem
- integrated LTE Narrow Band (Q1/2019)
|Power||9V to 30V DC, 1,5 Ampere|
|CPU||Raspberry Pi: 4× ARM Cortex-A53, 1.2GHz|
|Inputs||6 * Digital In – isolated 5kV|
|Inputs||Power Fail Input to use with Andino UPS|
|Outputs||3 * Relay 240V 3A|
|Communication||• Ethernet 100Mbit, 4 x USB 2.0 WIFI 2.4GHz
• RS232 (RxD,TxD, RTS,CTS)
• RS485/RS422 2/4 Line, Isolated, auto Transmitter on
• CAN Interface (optional isolated)
• Lora Modem (Microchip RN2483)
|Display||OLED 0,96 inch, 128 x 64 Pixel, I2C|
|Temperature||+5C – +50C|
|Housing||9DB DIN Rail, DIN EN 43880|
The RS485 interface can be used as 2 wire or 4 wire (RS422) bus.
The Transmitter can be enabled by RTS or automatically
which makes the software site a lot easier.
The Andino X2 was tested for its electromagnetic compatibility (EMV) together with a Raspberry Pi in its DIN rail housing.
The tests were based on the immunity to electrostatic discharge, high-frequency electromagnetic fields, fast transient electrical disturbances (burst), impulse voltages, conducted disturbances – induced by high-frequency fields and magnetic fields with energy-related frequencies.
The Andino X1 has mastered these tests not only with flying colors, but also meets the more stringent limits. This underlines its industrial suitability and brings the Raspberry Pi into the industrial environment.
The tested standards in detail
Radiated field strength / conducted emissions
DIN EN 55022: 2011 according to VDE 0875 part 22 of 12.2011
Emitted interference: Class B (residential area) (tighter limits)
Immunity: class A (industrial area). (Higher irradiance)
DIN EN 61000-4-2: 2009 according to VDE 0847 part 4-2 of 12.2009
Immunity radiated electromagnetic fields
DIN EN 61000-4-3: 2006+A1:2008+ A2: 2010 according to VDE 0847 part 4-3 of 04.2011
DIN EN 61000-4-4: 2012 according to VDE 0847 part 4-4 of 04.2013
DIN EN 61000-4-5: 1995 +A1: 2014 according to VDE 0847 part 4-5 of 03.2015
Immunity high frequent uncoupled emission
DIN EN 61000-4-6: 2014 according to VDE 0847 part 4-6 of 08.2014
Immunity magnetic fields
DIN EN 61000-4-8: 2010 according to VDE 0847 part 4-8 of 11.2010