PEPPERL+FUCHS HiD2082 Field Controllers


Technical Parameters:

  • High-performance CPU with 50Mb memory, fast scan time
  • Industry-leading 7 communications ports, including built-in local expansion and Ethernet remote I/O ports are standard on the CPU
  • USB Programming and USB Data Logging are resident on the CPU
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PEPPERL+FUCHS HiD2082 Field Controllers

The PEPPERL+FUCHS HiD2082 environment creates controller-based (rather than HMI-based) alarm logs. Storing this information in the controller means that alarm data is not lost if there is a communication or network failure between the HMI and the controller. In addition, support for the ISA 18.2 state model allows for simpler creation of alarm systems that comply with this widely accepted recommendation. the Studio 5000 Unified Engineering and Design Environment is available worldwide under the same catalog number as RSLogix 5000 software.

PEPPERL+FUCHS HiD2082 enables fast and efficient field networking. the Windows 8 Embedded System and Intel i3 processor support applications with up to 32 interpolated axes. The dynamic multi-operating system architecture ensures continuous protection of current processes as well as long-term investment security. etherCAT is a powerful network that has been established internationally and is used by many component suppliers. the ProNumericXCI600 Schleicher controller supports the universal CoE (CAN over EtherCAT) profile and is therefore compatible with almost all EtherCAT-enabled drives. The XCI600 is also an IPC-based controller.

The PEPPERL+FUCHS HiD2082 eliminates the need to use an industrial PC for visualization, logging protocols, or statistics. the Core i3 Intel processor has two cores of 1.8 GHz each, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 32 GB solid-state drive (SSD). Another advantage is that the VxWorks RTOS for machine controllers runs in parallel with embedded Windows 8 to facilitate visualization and communication. The real-time hypervisor ensures reliable tandem operation. It divides processor performance and centralizes real-time processes in a single kernel.