Micro programmable logic controller (micro PLC)
Ultimate control for building automation and home automation designs
Automating processes is a PLC’s primary objective. To do so, it monitors and interprets different variables so it can control and actuate external systems. Responsible for basic controls in a host of general applications, micro PLCs are under mounting pressure to be both user-friendly and cost-effective. Additional challenges micro PLCs currently face: sensing, controlling, driving and communicating under harsh conditions and in limited space. Altogether, this places high demands on microcontrollers in micro PLC applications.
Micro programmable logic controller (micro PLC) system diagram
The performance and quality your building control designs need
In tune with these demands, Infineon offers high-quality microcontrollers in the XMC1000 family – at an attractive price. Our XMC1000 family houses an ARM® Cortex™-M0 core and is ideally suited for a micro PLC’s communication and human-machine interface tasks. It offers 200kb of flash, 2 CAN nodes, 4 serial channels, 3 x 64 LED matrix control, 9-channel LED brightness and color control.
Because at Infineon we believe that even cost-friendly products deserve enhancements, a selection of our XMC1000 microcontrollers is equipped with an optional integrated security IP. This exceptional added value for your micro PLC application is something you’ll find nowhere else on the market. Explore our solutions for micro PLCs and boost your application with components from Infineon.
This application board enables you to test the IFX81481ELV high efficiency synchronous step-down DC/DC controller.
It is equipped with IFX81481ELV and is pre-adjusted to an output voltage of 5.6V. The application board enables the user to test the performance with two different configurations of the current limit. The board is fully equipped with external components, including two high performance MOSFET switches.
This application board enables you to test the performance of the IFX90121 basic buck converter.
It is equipped with a IFX90121EL V50 with a fixed 5V output voltage. The application board for the IFX90121 enables the user to test the performance of the low Iq, 5V buck converter. The board is fully equipped with external components.
This application board enables you to test the performance of the IFX91041 basic buck converter. It is equipped with a IFX91041EJV for variable output voltages (preadjusted to 4.8V). The board offers several options to modify the schematic and also the possibility to drive LEDs.
Multi-purpose buck controller for external PMOS switch, 5V or adjustable output voltage, maximum of 2.3A output current, low quiescent current.
The HITFET™ Demoboards are a small PCB where a engineering sample is already mounted with a 6 cm² copper cooling area. All device pins can be directly accessed for customer measurements
XMC1000 Motor Control Application Kit
Implements TLV5012B angle sensor enabling accurate rotor position detection. MCU board with XMC1300 and detachable SEGGER J-Link debug interface - Motor Board: 12 – 24V, up to 3A, On board 3-phase motor (24V, 15W) with hall sensors, Optional encoder interface.
Smallest, fully featured evaluation kits - The 3D Magnetic Sensor 2GO is a budget-priced evaluation board equipped with a magnetic sensor for three dimensional measurement combined with an ARM® Cortex™-M0 CPU. The 3D Magnetic Sensor 2GO has a complete set of on-board devices, including an on-board debugger. Build your own application and gadget with the 3D Magnetic Sensor 2GO.
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