Beckhoff CX1010-0121 Embedded PC Basic CPU module
DIN rail IPC, Basic CPU module CX1010, 256MB RAM, DVI/USB, Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 2009, TwinCAT 2 PLC Runtime, 500MHz Pentium MMX-compatible CPU, Flash memory: 128MB Compact Flash card (exchangeable, expandable), 256MB DDR333 RAM (not expandable), RJ45 Ethernet 10/100 Mbit, battery compartment with lithium battery, Compact Flash storage slot type I or II with ejector, MS Embedded Standard 2009 require Compact Flash with at least 2 GB (must be ordered separately)
The basic CX1010 module is the basic device of the CX family. With a 500 MHz Pentium MMX-compatible processor it offers average CPU performance. Depending on the application, the CX1010 can also be operated in headless mode, i.e. without display and keyboard.
While the resulting control system has no visualisation, it does have communications capability via the built-in Ethernet interface.
If local visualisation is required, this can be implemented via a DVI (digital video interface), to which all Beckhoff Control Panels and all commercially available monitors with DVI or VGA input can be connected. The touch screen signal is read via one of the two available USB interfaces.
The modules of the CX series system are connected with each other via the standardised PC/104 bus (16 bit). The individual system components are modules with a width of 19 mm (single) or 38 mm (double) that can be arranged in series. The basic unit consists of a CPU (CX1010) module and a power supply module (CX1100-000x).
The CPU module is available in several variants, e.g.:
Four different types of power supply units are available:
All power supply variants have an illuminated, low-glare LC display with FSTN technology and two rows with 16 characters each for displaying status messages. The application programs can also use the display for displaying application-specific texts. 8 kB of non-volatile memory for remanent data are also included.
The range of optional modules is complemented by fieldbus connections for PROFIBUS, CANopen, DeviceNet, SERCOS interface and Lightbus, both as master or slave versions.