A selection of in-house developed products, offered in customized designs

AOS absolute orientation sensor by Electrum Automation AB
AOS - Absolute Orientation Sensor
The AOS distinguishes itself from the general inclinometer products on the market today, by delivering a precise angle, even when stressed with vibration, acceleration, shocks and temperature variations. The AOS sensor combines 3 different sensors: accelerometer, gyro and a magnetometer. This gives the AOS 9 degrees of freedom. The individual sensor data is fused together to calculate the angle in relation to center of gravity. The AOS is designed for use in vehicles and mobile machinery, and is optimal for cost-sensitive applications due to its low cost, even in smaller quantities.
 
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CBM8 - Universal CAN-bus keypad with backlight RGB buttons
The CBM8 is a universal eight button keypad with customizable symbols and individually configurable RGB lighting for each button. The CBM8 communicates over CAN using protocols such as CANopen or J1939, customized protocols are available on request. It can be panel mounted, used as a handheld device or mounted on top of a surface with the included back cover. The module has a ambient light sensor that adjusts the light intensity automatically depending on the surrounding light condition. A discrete sound/buzz enhances the user feedback when a button is pressed. The keypad can be equipped with an additional 8 pole connector, giving you 6 additional analog inputs 0-5V (e.g. for signals from joystick).
 
 User manual  Step  Eds  Youtube  CBM8 Configurator
 
 
   
WCB - Wireless CAN-bus to Wi-Fi module
The WCB uses a powerful 32Bit Cortex M4 CPU and has a built in 64MB HTTP-server which can store web pages, files and event logs. Communication with the WCB module is platform independent, thanks to the built-in HTTP-server and its ability to act as a wireless Wi-Fi access point. You can communicate with the module from a web browser from any platform that has Wi-Fi support: smartphone, PC, tablet etc. The WCB module can also be configured to act as a Wi-Fi client, enable it to connect to your wireless network with an active internet connection. With the module connected to the internet, you can easily get remote access to it from anywhere in the world (see WCB Remote demo). Two modules can also be configured to act as a wireless CAN-bus bridge. Talk to us for more information about all the possibilities with the WCB.
 
 
             
 User manual  Step  Dwg  Eds  Youtube  Files

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WCB-LE, wireless CAN-bus module
WCB-LE - Wireless CAN-bus to Wi-Fi module (Limited Edition)
The WCB-LE is a lightweight version of the regular WCB module. This version is designed with the main focus of being able to create a wireless CAN-bus bridge. It's suitable for implementations where a CAN wire connection is impossible or disadvantageous. The WCB-LE has no web server functionality, meaning you cannot monitor, administrate or get remote access to it through a web browser. If you are in need of this functionality, you should look towards the regular WCB module. If you are looking for documentation you may use the same manual as for the regular WCB, but skip the parts about the web server functionality. The quick guide gives you an easy overview of the WCB-LE and how to set-up a wireless bridge.
 
 
   
 
CHL - Powerful motor control card for e.g. linear actuators
The CHL features three H-bridge outputs for 12A DC motors etc. Eight additional 3A outputs can be used to drive hydraulic valves, relays, signal bulbs etc. The CHL is controlled through a CAN-bus as a universal CANopen slave. Current overload, temperature, supply voltage and fuses can be monitored. Red and green LED diodes enable quick overview of its current status.
  • 3 H-bridges 12A
  • 8 Digital outputs 3A
 
   
UIU - CAN/USB I/O slave
The UIU uses a powerful 32Bit Cortex M4 CPU and has a large amount of I/O’s. It can communicate through a CAN-bus or a galvanically isolated USB (serial ports profile). The CANopen protocol is standard, other customized CAN protocols are available on request. RS232 or RS485 is also possible. You can use the Monitoring Tool to monitor the digital/analog input/output state over USB.
  • 75 Digital inputs
  • 20 Analog inputs 0-5V 12Bit
  • 2 Analog inputs 0-20mA 12Bit
  • 14 Digital outputs 3A
  • 2 Digital outputs 7A
  • 4 Digital PWM outputs 3A max 3kHz
 
   
CES31 - CAN I/O slave
The CES31 is developed for use in harsh environments. It has 31 multifunctional I/O ports, which means they can either be digital inputs or digital outputs. For safety applications, there is a possibility to break the supply voltage to the outputs through a digital input. The CANopen protocol is standard, other customized CAN protocols are available on request.
 
  • 31 Digital outputs 3A or Digital inputs
  • 1 Digital power supply output 7A
  • 3 Analog inputs 0-20mA 10bit
   
CCM - I/O collecting unit for CAN-bus
The CCM unit is intended for integration in CAN systems. It is suitable for collecting digital and analog signals in a cabin environment. The CANopen protocol is standard, other customized CAN protocols are available on request.
  • 44 Digital inputs
  • 10 Digital outputs 100mA
  • 5 Digitala PWM outputs 500mA
  • 8 Analog inputs 0-5V 10bit
  • Internal buzzer
 
 User manual  Step  Eds
 
   
 
ModuleAdmin - Administrational and programming tool for software in machines
ModuleAdmin is a software with the purpose to simplify for service organisations in update and maintenance processes of software libraries in big machine fleets. 
 
 
 
 
   
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PCS dual - Proportional Control System
CANopen based proportional system with program logic in control module near hydraulic valves. Diagnostics and settings by use of the keypad (CBM8) which uses the RGB backlight possibilities and an internal buzzer to alert user of different operating states and help for diagnosing faults. The system is modular and built up by two single systems sharing power supply and communication with the optional expansion I/O module.
  • 2 joystick palettes
    • 3 Analog
    • 8 Digital with backlight
    • M12 industry standard A-code 5 pole connectors
  • IP67 modules
  • 3 PWM current control props and one Digital out prop in each system
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Proportional system for hydraulics
This control system is adapted to manage pilot controlled valves. The basic configuration is equipped for 6 props and two on/off sections, and a loading valve. Minimum and maximum currents can easily be calibrated with the system joysticks. Same system for both 12 and 24V systems.