Mobile controllers - System description

  • Inputs for analogue, digital, diagnostic and pulse signals.
  • Digital, PWM or current-controlled outputs, H-bridge function.
  • Up to 4 gateway interfaces.
  • Protocols for CANopen, SAE J1939, ISO 11992.
  • e1 type approval of the German Federal Office for Motor Traffic.

Controllers
The controller family of the control system ecomatmobile is now available in its 3rd generation. Due to the ever new functions and extensions it is a universal and user-friendly control system used in a multitude of applications worldwide. Powerful 16 or 32-bit microcontrollers ensure very short cycle times. The large program memory enables the processing of complex application programs. A second microcontroller monitors important system functions. In addition to digital inputs and outputs the controller also has analogue ports. Inputs for fast signals up to 30 kHz can additionally be used. Depending on the device up to 16 PWM outputs with current control are available. All inputs and outputs are protected against interference and overload. Wide-range power supplies enable operation in 12/24 V on-board systems.
Gateway functions
All controllers have at least one CAN interface which is used to transmit data via the CANopen protocol, e.g. to the decentralised input / output modules or to a dialogue module. Controllers with more than one CAN interface can also be used as a gateway. This enables, for example, direct processing of control and diagnostic data of diesel engines with the SAE J 1939 protocol. In addition, the CAN interfaces can be used for freely definable CAN protocols (CAN layer 2).

Programmable to IEC 61131-3
With the programming via CoDeSys to IEC 61131-3, programming is clear and simple for the user. Function libraries are available for special hardware functions (e.g. gateway SAE J 1939 / CANopen).

More information

System overview — Mobile controllersProduct Innovations — Mobile controllers


High flexibility for many applications: the ClassicController R360.


Current-controlled PWM outputs are used to control the proportional hydraulic functions.