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SimPLCv2 (Go to Parent Category)

SimPLCv2 The SimPLCv2 is a neat and compact board featuring up to 8 relays, a GSM/GPRS/Bluetooth/FM-Radio module, up to 8 opto-coupled inputs, RTCC (real-time calendar/clock), USB and an LCD Connector. Develop your own code to turn it into an alarm system, remote control/monitoring device, or any other application you may find for it!
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  • Up to 8 Relays (4 included as standard).
    • LED to indicate the state of each relay.
    • Relays can be easily disabled via a jumper (LEDs still operational) during your development / debugging phase.
  • SIM800H GSM / GPRS / Bluetooth / FM Radio Module.
    • 3.5mm jack and screw-terminal microphone and speaker connectors.
    • Power and signal LEDs.
    • Header for debugging UART communications with the module.
    • Pwr_Key button for manually powering the module on and off.
    • Backup battery for RTCC (real-time calendar and clock).
    • On-board 2.4GHz Bluetooth chip antenna.
    • FM Radio uses speaker audio cable for antenna.
  • MikroElektronika-standard IDC10 connectors for Ports A, B and D; as well as two "mikroBus" connectors, used to easily add functionality by connecting any of a huge range of accessory boards (see "Related Items").
    • Up to 8 opto-coupled inputs by using OPTO click boards.
  • PIC18F47J53 microcontroller.
    • 32.768kHz crystal included on-board, for running the PICs built-in RTCC (real-time calendar/clock).
    • USB.
    • mikroProg and PICkit programmer connectors.
    • Comes pre-programmed with a fast USB-HID bootloader.
    • Reset button.
  • Switching power supply.
    • Switches the 12V input voltage down to 3.6V.
    • Input voltage readable by the MCU (for battery monitoring).
    • DC-DC converter can be shut down during standby for minimal power consumption.
    • Board can be powered via USB during your development / debugging phase (relays should be disabled via the "Relay En" jumper).
  • Alphanumeric LCD Connector.

Example Programs
Example programs are included with the board, helping you to get up and running with your project quickly.
These included examples programs demonstrating how to:
  • Switch relays on and off.
  • Read inputs.
  • Work with the RTCC (real-time calendar and clock).
  • Work with the GSM/GPRS module. A robust, tidy, flexible and easily extendable state-machine based GSM Library framework is provided, which already caters for:
    • Switching the module on, setting it up, and waiting for network registration.
    • Sending and receiving SMSs.
    • Detecting and reacting to missed calls.
    • Interacting with a web-server.