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Andino X2

Andino X2 with Raspberry Pi on a DIN-Rail
opened Andino IO with Raspberry Pi


For full documentation, see the Andino Documentation site.

The Andino X2, like its little brother, is the Andino X1, a motherboard for the Raspberry Pi. It allows mounting on a DIN rail in the control cabinet. The X2 is great for applications in data acquisition of e.g.

  • production machines
  • Energy data monitoring
  • Capture environmental data Interface conversions

The X2 includes both the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and an Arduino compatible microcontroller (ATMega164P with 12Mhz). The microcontroller enables the precise pre-processing of data and signals and the adaptation of hardware interfaces. Together with the integrated Power supply (84V..230V AC) it is a complete small industrial PC. The Andino X2 is also available with an integrated 2G/EDGE Modem witch enabled the remote Data collection.

Key Features

  • DIN rail housing 12 units, TS35, DIN DIN EN 43880
  • Integrated Raspberry Pi 3 B+
  • power supply 85V – 230V AC
  • Software Switchable Voltage Output (24 Volt)
  • Integrated Arduino-compatible Atmel controller
  • 3 Digital In – isolated 5kV 3 Relay out, 240V 3A
  • Optional available with integrated 2G / EDGE Modem
Key Features and technical details
Raspberry Pi and Arduino Communication
Raspberry Pi Communication

Tests and Standards

The Andino X2 was tested for its electromagnetic compatibility (EMV) together with a Raspberry Pi in its DIN rail housing.

The tests were based on the immunity to electrostatic discharge, high-frequency electromagnetic fields, fast transient electrical disturbances (burst), impulse voltages, conducted disturbances – induced by high-frequency fields and magnetic fields with energy-related frequencies.

The Andino X1 has mastered these tests not only with flying colors, but also meets the more stringent limits. This underlines its industrial suitability and brings the Raspberry Pi into the industrial environment.

The tested standards in detail

Radiated field strength / conducted emissionsDIN EN 55022: 2011 according to VDE 0875 part 22 of 12.2011Emitted interference: Class B (residential area) (tighter limits)Immunity: class A (industrial area). (Higher irradiance)

Immunity ESDDIN EN 61000-4-2: 2009 according to VDE 0847 part 4-2 of 12.2009

Immunity radiated electromagnetic fieldsDIN EN 61000-4-3: 2006+A1:2008+ A2: 2010 according to VDE 0847 part 4-3 of 04.2011

Immunity BurstDIN EN 61000-4-4: 2012 according to VDE 0847 part 4-4 of 04.2013

Immunity SurgeDIN EN 61000-4-5: 1995 +A1: 2014 according to VDE 0847 part 4-5 of 03.2015

Immunity high frequent uncoupled emissionDIN EN 61000-4-6: 2014 according to VDE 0847 part 4-6 of 08.2014

Immunity magnetic fieldsDIN EN 61000-4-8: 2010 according to VDE 0847 part 4-8 of 11.2010

Technical infos and downloads on GitHub