Product News

Domat Control System perceives its commitment to provide advanced solutions and up-to-date technology. As a consequence, we always do our best to introduce new products, services and product updates on a frequent basis. Below please find the list of the most important changes in the company portfolio.

New I/O module RCIO – the MCIO2 redesigned

One of the last I/O modules to redesign was the MCIO2. Its successor, RCIO, keeps the proven functionality completely. The Modbus registers as well as the hardware design remain unchanged, so that nothing needs to be changed on design, installation, …
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New Version of R065

The R065, a new version of the Modbus TCP to DMX converter, features two independent DMX512 buses. This menas that by writing into Modbus tables it is possible to control up to 1024 addressable lights.
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R430: replacement of M430 (32 binary inputs)

As of December 2018, new input modules R430 (32 digital inputs) will be supplied as a replacement of M430. Only housing and operating conditions (temperature ranges) are different; the module width, I/O mix, terminals and their connection had not changed.
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New modules R560

R560 is a replacement of input modules M504 and M560 as of October 2018.
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R420: replacement of input modules M400, M401, M420

As of October 2018, input module R420 (16 DI) is supplied as a replacement of M400 and M401 (8 DI) and M420 (16 DI) input modules. When replacing the old modules, please consider the new module width of 6 DIN units (rather than 4 DIN units) and 3.5 mm terminals rather than 5 mm terminals.
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Declaration of Conformity Update

In summer 2018, the Declaration of Conformity documents were updated.
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R091

Since September 2018, the new DALI converter R091 is supplied rather than the older type R090.
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Merbon SCADA

After several years of development, the new SCADA software is being released. Merbon SCADA is a server application which uses web browsers as clients.
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R091

R091 is the follower of successful converters R090 and M090. This device, which acts as a Modbus TCP server, controls a DALI (Digital Addressable Light Interface) bus which may host up to 64 DALI ballast controllers.
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R220

Replacement of M200 and M210. New housing and new operating conditions (extended temperature range), 6 DIN units size rather than 4 DIN. Terminals and the Modbus map are fully backward-compatible with M210. The R220 provides 12 DO, which brings an extra reserve of 8 or 6 DOs. Addressing also over DIP switches possible.
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