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We offer extensive repairs for your Micro 810. We keep many spare parts in stock so that we can repair your Micro 810 as efficiently and effectively as possible. Our standard repair lead time is 2-4 weeks. However, we can often repair your unit much faster if necessary. We can repair most issues with your Micro 810 and if for some reason we cannot repair your unit we will do our best to offer a refurbished unit at the repair cost, so that you can get a working unit back as soon as possible!
We can repair hardware issues and error codes with your Micro 810 such as:
The Micro 810 series is a logic controller system series with products that are all small. These logic controllers act as smart relays with high current relay outputs. They have the programming capabilities of micro PLCs. The controllers come with 8 Amps of input. It has a 20-form factor and uses 6 catalogs for selection and user preference. The Micro 810 series controllers are mostly used with smaller machines and remote automation devices. The controllers come with microSD card slots that are used to store project data and restore it when needed. The networking and communication are done through an embedded 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port which is an RJ-45 port. It also features the embedded non-isolated RS-232 and the RS-485 combo serial port. The logic controller supports the Modbus RTU protocol, Modus TCP, Ethernet/IP, and the CIP series protocol. The controller uses USB 2.0 ports as communication ports. The logic controller is not compatible with plugin modules.
The front side of the Micro 810 controllers house LED indicators which shows the running status, communication status, and fault status updates. The top and bottom parts are clamped with terminals on the front. The logic controllers have power consumption ratings of 3 Watts. The analog input voltage range of the 810 controllers lies between 0 and 10 Volts DC. The Micro 810 controllers operate with a frequency of 50/60 Hertz. The off-state maximum current of the logic controllers is 0.095 milliAmps. The controllers dissipate a maximum power of 6 Watts. The temperature should be between -20 and 65 degrees Celsius for normal operation. The environment should be relatively humid with 5 to 95% non-condensing humidity. The controller is certified with the CE, RCM, KC, and other standards.