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The programmable controller and data collector of the 21st century

If you are used to working with traditional controllers Adquio will be a breath of fresh air for you, with a clean and clear interface, easy to understand and use.

Forget about heavy and complex programs for its configuration, exclusive for Windows© that take hours to install and for which in many cases you must pay a license.

With Adquio and a laptop or one tablet with any operating system and simply a browser you can access its Web interface and configure it 100% from there.

With current controllers, security is a huge problem, since you update them when you install them, but the cost of re-installing each client to keep them up to date is unaffordable.

Adquio updates itself and automatically so you will always have the latest features and the latest security patches. For you a peace of mind and one less worry.

There is now a programming standard that many manufacturers use for their controllers, but it is an outdated language that has come unchanged since the 1970s.

With Adquio, you program in JavaScript, a modern, simple and powerful language. Easy to learn, since it is everywhere, on the internet, in your computer science academy, or reading the complete manual that includes adquio in its help section.

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What is Adquio?

Adquio is a set of 3 controllers, pro, lite and mini , different in connectivity but equal in computing power, data collection and real time processing

All of them use the same powerful and modern ARM processor with 4 cores and an open and updated GNU / Linux operating system.

This operating system offers us its advantages of multiprocessing and multithreading, being able to simultaneously attend to tasks such as communication ports, web server, TCP / IP communications, local storage, etc. without problems.

By having 4 485 ports we can connect an incredible number of 120 devices being conservative, we could really approach 1000.

We have available a manageable switch integrated in the Adquios pro and lite, this allows us to configure rules such as Firewall to protect the entire control installation from outside, VLANs to adapt to the technological needs of our clients, etc.

We can act as a media converter or as a protocol converter, since we can export all our variables by ModBus TCP, and read them by ModBus RTU, BacNET MSTP or TCP.

Other controllers

  • Microcontroller-based core
  • Proprietary and closed operating systems
  • Kb of memory
  • Kb of storage
  • Sequential execution of processes
  • They do not have a web interface or it is very limited
  • It need software installed on a Windows© PC to configure it
  • It cannot work in a distributed and transparent network
  • No WIFI available for configuration
  • Closed loop programming architecture
  • Basic network architecture oriented only to communication
  • Converted Ethernet from serial port up to 0.11 Mb / s
  • Manual update having to visit the customer's installation, so they are rarely done, except at the installation time.

Adquio

  • Microprocessor-based core
  • GNU / Linux operating system, open and updated
  • 512MB memory
  • GB of storage
  • Parallel execution of processes
  • Updated and modern web interface
  • You only need a pc or tablet with a web browser
  • Can work in a distributed / collaborative network
  • It has Wi-Fi for wireless configuration
  • Object and event-oriented programming architecture
  • Rich network architecture, integrated programmable switch, firewall, etc.
  • Native Ethernet(s) real 100Mb/s
  • Automatic updates from the internet without user / technician intervention

Models

Controlador adquio pro
TOTAL FUNCTIONALITY

Adquio Pro

The most connected of the three by incorporating digital and analog inputs and outputs that allows managing directly connected equipment such as relays, probes, valves, sensors, contacts, etc. It has a screen and keyboard which allows direct action on the device itself, IP change, restart, etc.

Controlador adquio lite
EXPANDABLE AND SUPER CONNECTED

Adquio Lite

The balance between connectivity and expandability. It maintains all the connectivity features of Adquio Pro, at a lower cost and without integrated inputs and outputs. It allows lateral expansion, which makes it perfect as the main core of an installation in which we can choose exactly which expansions we are interested in.

Controlador adquio mini. Recolector de datos de diferentes plataformas.
THE MOST COMPACT

Adquio Mini

The smallest of the family, perfect as a data collector for different platforms. Due to its size, it is also perfect as a protocol gateway, collecting data through all its ports and publishing it in ModBus. It is also very interesting as a controller or data collector of a zone and using communication between Adquios to build distributed control scenarios.

Comparative

Características controlador adquio mini

Adquio Mini

The most compact
  • 24VDC power supply
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  • Quad-core ARM® Cortex ™ -A7 processor
  • RAM 512Mb DDR3
  • 1 Ethernet WAN port
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  • WiFi hotspot for setup
  • 1 USB host
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  • 4 485 ports
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  • 2 indicator LEDs
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Características controlador adquio lite

Adquio Lite

Expandable and hyper connected
  • 24VDC power supply
  • ≤ 60s of operation without power
  • Quad-core ARM® Cortex ™ -A7 processor
  • RAM 512Mb DDR3
  • 1 Ethernet WAN port
  • 3 Ethernet LAN ports
  • WiFi hotspot for setup
  • 1 USB host
  • Micro SD Slot
  • 4 485 ports
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  • 5 indicator LEDs
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  • 2 lateral expansions
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Características controlador adquio pro

Adquio Pro

Full functionality
  • 24VDC power supply
  • ≤ 60s of operation without power
  • Quad-core ARM® Cortex ™ -A7 processor
  • RAM 512Mb DDR3
  • 1 Ethernet WAN port
  • 3 Ethernet LAN ports
  • WiFi hotspot for setup
  • 1 USB host
  • Micro SD Slot
  • 4 485 ports
  • 10 digital inputs and 10 outputs
  • 7 analog inputs and 7 outputs
  • 4 analog RTD inputs
  • 5 indicator LEDs
  • Integrated display and keyboard
  • 2 lateral expansions
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Frequently asked questions

For event-driven programming, is it necessary to do such programming in Java Script?

Yes, all Adquio programming is done in Java Script, the most widely used and easy to learn programming language today.

To communicate devices to Adquio, is it enough to register them and it recognizes them?

You need to configure a new device, give it a name and define all its variables.

How many users does Adquio allow?

There is no defined limit, but it would not be logical to go beyond 5 or 6 simultaneously.

What kind of alarms can Adquio generate?

In adquio there are 3 types of alarms:

  1. Those generated by the devices that we have connected, they transmit an alarm state to us and we retransmit it.
  2. Those generated by Adquio due to communication cuts with devices.
  3. Those created in programming by the user with their own criteria.

Is it possible to access Adquio for its configuration through the Adquio Cloud?

Yes, and it is the simplest and fastest method.

Is it possible to connect with Adquio by wifi?

Yes, Adquio generates a wifi that we can connect to for configuration or monitoring.

Can the device have the IP68 certificate to be used outdoors?

No, it is designed for indoor use in electrical panels, it needs ventilation and its certification is IP20.

Is it possible to connect Adquio through radio frequency?

No, there is currently no alternative to connect by radio frequency. In our roadmap we have an expansion module for 4G connectivity.

Is it possible to configure Adquio remotely?

Yes, and it is totally natural to do so. Through Adquio Cloud we can enter directly into the Adquio web interface and configure or program everything necessary for its start-up or monitoring.

Differences between having or not having an Adquio Cloud

If we don’t have the Adquio Cloud service, we lose:

  • The possibility of remote connection to it.
  • The possibility of storing historical data for later study.
  • The possibility of controlling the installation in real time through a SCADA.
  • The management of real time alarms.

What Adquio models allow expansion modules?

The models that allow lateral expansion on both sides are the Adquio Pro and Adquio Lite.

How safe is Adquio at the level of voltage spikes?

We must remember that all Adquio models are powered at 24 volts, so in any installation we will be powered from a power source in the electrical panel, these sources already isolate all the equipment that supply voltage peaks, but if We would receive one through the 24 volt line, we have a self-resettable fuse that will disconnect the Adquio from the power supply to protect it. On the other hand, all adquio, although they are powered at 24 volts, they support up to 30 with normal operation.

How safe is Adquio when accessing the equipment?

To connect to Adquio it is necessary to know your Wi-Fi password, or physically access the device and connect a cable to it. Later, if it is possible to reach the Web interface, it is necessary to know the username and password of a valid user.

What use is given to the USB Host?

The USB Host available in all Adquio models has different possible uses. On the one hand the expansion, in addition to the side ports all Adquios can also be expanded by its USB port through a conversion cable. It also opens up the possibility of adopting protocols such as Zigbee, Z Wave, Bluetooth LE, etc. in the future, all of them have a USB dongle that acts as a radio interface with each of their protocols.

What is the use of the Micro SD Slot?

The Adquio Pro and Adquio Lite models have an external Micro SD card slot. This is used as a temporary data store until it is uploaded to the cloud. In the event of a disconnection to the Internet, the data collected from the installation can be saved here for days or weeks. In normal operation the data that is saved is only minutes.

What are ports 485 used for?

The 485 are widely used in the automation sector, due to their versatility, efficiency, and low wiring cost.

Each 485 port supports data traffic of up to 115,200 bps and it is possible to connect dozens of devices in series in each of the ports, all the models of adquio have 4 all of them usable simultaneously and with the Modbus RTU and BacNet MS / TP protocols.

Scope of analog inputs and outputs

In the automation sector. There are many devices that need an analog signal for their operation as a control signal, as an example we could speak of valves, whose closing position is directly proportional to a signal from 0 to 10V, that is, with 10V it would be closed and with 5V it would be open 50%. In the same way, dampers for air ducts, dimmers, etc. work.

Range of digital inputs and outputs

Digital outputs are widely used, since it allows relays to be directly connected, which in turn allows us to control a wide range of devices such as motors, lighting, pumps, etc. On the other hand, the digital inputs allow to collect states, also very important to know the state of the installation, if a damper is closed, if a machine is in the alarm position, if a circuit is on, etc.

Port range for PT 1000 probes

The PT1000 probes have the quality of being very precise, very cheap and adapted to many scenarios and temperature ranges, which is why they are widely used in the automation sector. We will find probes of this type measuring ambient temperature, temperature of fluids in conduits, both liquid and gaseous, etc.

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