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MicroPython on DIN rail

Post by slv.news » Tue Apr 07, 2020 9:45 am

Helllo

Just idea. I was one of funders of Controllino on Kickstarter
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/24 ... compatible

I move to Micropython. I hope it's time to support something like this with MicroPython. It could be great for automation and industry.
Someone will make it ? :) I'll support as a first backer :)
Micropython inside DIN enclose with protection, relays, RS, CAN, WiFi/Eth ?

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Re: MicroPython on DIN rail

Post by pythoncoder » Tue Apr 07, 2020 11:49 am

That website has
Last updated July 29, 2015
and has no reference to MicroPython (although I haven't watched the videos).

Please could you explain the relevance?
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Re: MicroPython on DIN rail

Post by jimmo » Tue Apr 07, 2020 2:02 pm

My guess is that the OP is suggesting that someone should make a MicroPython version of this sort of product.

I'd be surprised if something like this didn't exist that runs on a MicroPython compatible micro.

I did a quick search for "esp8266 din rail" and came up with this: https://www.hwhardsoft.de/english/proje ... x-nodemcu/
They also have some other variants that run on CircuitPuthon-compatible boards.

(Not vouching for that in any way though, you'd want to be very sure that they have done everything right before you put it anywhere near mains power).

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Re: MicroPython on DIN rail

Post by slv.news » Tue Apr 07, 2020 7:13 pm

jimmo wrote:
Tue Apr 07, 2020 2:02 pm
My guess is that the OP is suggesting that someone should make a MicroPython version of this sort of product.
Yap, thats true. I ask/make wish someone from MicropPython community will do 'controlino' but with Micropython :-)
jimmo wrote: I'd be surprised if something like this didn't exist that runs on a MicroPython compatible micro.

I did a quick search for "esp8266 din rail" and came up with this: https://www.hwhardsoft.de/english/proje ... x-nodemcu/
They also have some other variants that run on CircuitPuthon-compatible boards.
I was looking for Micropython on rail, and not found. Thanks, I'll look at this link
jimmo wrote: (Not vouching for that in any way though, you'd want to be very sure that they have done everything right before you put it anywhere near mains power).
Yap. Controlino is more better done. Complete solution. Idea is to make good quality product. Not "enclose" with some resitors :) But somth to install near main power with relays build in, protections etc
But this link is good begining

So. Someone ? :) Next step for MicroPython, to be in industry ? :-)

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Re: MicroPython on DIN rail

Post by slv.news » Tue Apr 07, 2020 7:18 pm

pythoncoder wrote:
Tue Apr 07, 2020 11:49 am

and has no reference to MicroPython (although I haven't watched the videos).

Please could you explain the relevance?
Like Jimmo said, idea is to ask someone/community to make Kickstarter campanion, design and make this kind of hardware with MicroPython support

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