Andino Terminal XL with Raspberry Pi 3B+/4
The Andino Terminal is a versatile terminal, based on the Raspberry Pi. It includes a Nextion touch screen display, keyboard, programmable function keys, RFID capabilities and a large variety of IO options.
- access control
- control of production machines
- quality and downtime monitoring of production lines in conjunction with the OEE-Box
- home automation
- Comvenient programming via python
- Custom libraries for simple setup
- Can be integrated into existing networks via Ethernet/WiFi
- Room in the housing for additional hardware and easy access via key
- Broadcom BCM2711, Quad core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.5GHz
- 2 GB RAM
- Raspberry Pi OS
- Real-Time-Clock (RTC)
- Acoustic beeper
- 3.5" 480x320 Nextion NX4832T035_011 touch screen display
- CAN-Bus 6 digital inputs (galvanically isolated)
- RS232 (not galvanically isolated)
- RS485/422 (galvanically isolated)
- 3 relay outputs (250V, 5A)
- Gigabit Ethernet
- 2x USB 3.0
- 2x USB 2.0
- 3.5mm audio
- 2x Micro HDMI
- WIFI 5 (802.11ac)
- Bluetooth 5
- 2x Micro HDMI (up to 4k60)
- Splash water resistant housing
The Andino Terminal includes a Nextion NX4832T035_011 480x320 touch screen display. It can easily be programmed using the Nextion Editor. The display is connected to the Andino IO via I2C.
The Terminal also contains a microcontroller responsible for establishing the connection to the keyboard and RFID module.
In contrast to the normal Andino terminal, the Andino terminal has an extra large housing with an integrated top-hat rail. This allows the mounting of additional hardware inside the housing and easy access to it via a hinged door, which can be opened using an included key.
For more information and setup documentation for the Andino Terminal, please visit our overview at andino.systems