Matrix - advanced periphery for working with large data stream
Automation projects become more and more complex every year. The need to collect large amounts of information requires connecting
a huge number of sensors and receiving data through various interfaces and protocols. Additional computing power is required to process such volumes.
High-speed performance and perfect periphery - such properties should be possessed by a modern controller for process control systems.
And also to be fault-tolerant and easily configurable for a specific task.
We present to you the new generation Matrix controller, designed specifically to work with large streams of external data.
High speed, impressive peripherals, modern design and excellent quality are the properties of the Matrix that will solve most
automation tasks simply and inexpensively.
High speed system bus MTBUS
Polling expansion modules in the tick of the system
VNC – remote operation technology
Control, to view and to change data on the PLC in remote mode.
Flexible configuration ports
Simultaneous work in 6 local networks
Built in 3G modem
Wireless access to the controller from anywhere
Many onboard I/O combinations
For local applications, it is important not to overpay for unnecessary modules and channels.
We took care of this by making analog channels universal. They are now software configurable as discrete.
But the most important thing is the ability to combine USO boards to obtain optimal I / O configurations
"on board" of the controller for solving your problems.
in 10 ms
processing more than 35,000 FBD blocks
244 expansion modules
work as one controller
High-speed system bus
In the practice of building an automated process control system, distributed control systems are widely used.
A common problem with such systems is communication delays and errors that they can broadcast.
Matrix supports an impressive set of physical protocols to build a globally distributed system.
However, the main advantage of the controller is the system bus, thanks to which part of the big problem is solved.
Up to 244 FMR expansion modules can be connected to Matrix.
This is approximately 7,500 digital I/O *. Due to the high bus speed, it became possible to poll modules synchronously with
the operation of the main program, that is, in the system tick. For example, up to 2500 I/O * are processed in 50 ms
(with communication lines up to 2.3 km). At the same time, address assignment is automated, and special diagnostic and error
handling procedures have been introduced.
Development tools allow building a system based on the Matrix bus that will work as a single controller,
leveling the disadvantages of a distributed system.
By installing Matrix on site, you get an extremely robust control system. Easy to set up and maintain.
Flexible configuration of communication ports
Choose interfaces depending on your tasks
2xRS485 + RS485
2xRS485 + CAN
RS485 + RS485
RS485 + CAN
RS485 + Ethernet
CAN + Ethernet
2xUSB + Ethernet
2xUSB + RS485
2xUSB + CAN
Ethernet + Ethernet
The variety of devices on site requires a large number of physical interfaces and protocols.
The Matrix provides a wide range of communication cards to support the simultaneous operation of up to 6 local area networks.
Two RS-485 ports are present in each controller regardless of the version. Optionally, you can expand the capabilities by choosing
a modification with RS-232, CAN, Ethernet, USB, MBus, or add the number of RS-485 ports. In addition, through the embedded web
server you can change the system settings of the controller.
Matrix is perfect as a server for heterogeneous local systems
USB 2.0 типа - A, B
Ethernet 100 Mbit/s
Controller Area Network
Remote control of an object is a necessary function in the construction of modern process control systems.
Using the Matrix with a 3G modem and SMConnect
software, you can manage, monitor and maintain your systems around the world.
Now you have access to your controller via the Internet, regardless of its location.
In addition, wireless transmission is essential for communicating with devices in hard-to-reach places.
The built-in connector for an external antenna allows the controller to work on cellular networks and the Internet,
even when installed in places with poor reception quality.
Modifications with modem
Built-in system for archiving events and sensor readings (SMHistory).
Now you can upload reports via FTP or to a flash drive and SD card.
Increase the amount of data up to 32 GB
Display and visualization
Version with display
Version without display
TFT color display
Full HD display connection
2.4 "color graphic display, tactile and backlit silicone keyboard, and OpenGL video accelerator that allows
you to build colorful and smooth user interfaces, display various visualization objects, process graphics, text and animation.
Silicone keyboard backlit
OS when connected
Indicator LEDs showing the current status of inputs and outputs, as well as the ability to connect a full keyboard,
mouse and monitor to the controller make Matrix an industrial controller with a desktop and the ability to run any custom programs on OS Linux.
* Controller modification Matrix - 2222-10-0
TI SITARA AM3354 with Cortex-A8 core, 1 GHz
PowerVR SGX (1.6GFlops, OpenGL ES 2.0)
4 GB, eMMC Flash
256 Mb, DDR3
Linux Debian + Suspend automatic mode
Real time clock
TFT, color «TrueColor», diagonal 2.4"
320 x 240 dots
Replaceable CR1632 battery
4 indicators: status, exchange, custom, Up to 32 I/O status indicators *
Quantity and type
up to 32, support for counting function
Group, 8 entrances per group
up to 12, Protection type: Combined
up to 8, Protection type: Combined
up to 12, Protection type: None
Support for types of temperature sensors (programmable)
Operating modes (set by software)
Up to 8 universal
RTD, NTC, User configurable,
Temperature measurement: resolution 0.1ºC, Signal measurement 0-10V: resolution 3mV, 4-20mA signal measurement: 6μA resolution Discrete input mode