Click PLC

The CLICK™ family is an easy-to use controller that is cost-effective even in applications that would require just a few relays

CLICK Basic PLC Units

There are three different configurations of I/O types available for the Analog CLICK CPU modules DC in, DC sinking, sourcing or relay out Analog in and out. They also have an RS-485 port for Modbus and ASCII communications Battery backup feature which will retain...

Click Power Supplies

The CLICK PLC family offers two 24 VDC power supplies. They are identical except for the output current. It is not mandatory to use one of these CLICK power supplies for the CLICK PLC system. You can use any other 24 VDC power supply that Automationdirect.com offers, including the PSP24-DC12-1...

CLICK Digital I/O Modules

Discrete I/O Modules A variety of I/O modules are available for the CLICK PLC System. Up to 8 I/O modules can be connected to a CLICK All CLICK CPU modules offer the same performance, use the same instruction set, and support all optional I/O modules.    

CLICK Analog I/O Modules

New for the CLICK PLC . Analog I/O modules, starting at R1500-00,  include 4 channel analog input modules with 0-20mA current or 0-10V voltage inputs and 13 bit resolution. 4 channel output modules in 4-20 mA current and 0-10VDC  version with 12 bit resolution. A...

CLICK Spare Parts and Accessories

The click range of PLC's offer a comprehensive list of spares for all the models offered  

 

  • With a starting price of R1900.00 for a discrete controller offering eight built-in digital inputs and six built-in digital outputs, this stand alone micro brick PLC is by far the most practical choice for the moneFeatures:
  • The CLICK CPU and I/O modules are connected together via an expansion port on the sides of the modules.
  • A powered CLICK CPU module by itself can be used as a complete PLC control system with eight input points and six output points built-in,
  • The CLICK PLC control system does not require a mounting base, which saves on space.
  • The CLICK CPU and I/O modules are connected together via an expansion port on the sides of the modules.
  • Or, the PLC system can be expanded with the addition of up to eight I/O modules.
  • A variety of I/O modules are available for flexible and optimal system configuration. The I/O numbering system is decimal.