Please support CODESYS Control for Raspberry Pi



  • I have applications that could use significant quantities of your relay board, if you supported CODESYS. See http://store.codesys.com/codesys-control-for-raspberry-pi-sl.html. This product supports all IEC 61131-3 standardized programming languages, and exposes your product to a large commercial user-base. Please let me know if you have interest.



  • I have applications that could use significant quantities of your relay board, if you supported CODESYS. See http://store.codesys.com/codesys-control-for-raspberry-pi-sl.html. This product supports all IEC 61131-3 standardized programming languages, and exposes your product to a large commercial user-base. Please let me know if you have interest.



  • Hello,

    we asked CodeSys if it is possible to implement UniPi support in their solution. Their response was that they can do it but it would cost 2.000EUR… So far you are the first one asking for it however we know it would be a great step behind. What amount of UniPis are you talking about?

    Br,
    Tomas



  • I am designing systems that could potentially use 100's of your boards per year. As a businessman, I would not make a CODESYS commitment based solely on one customer's projections, however. CODESYS should be able to give you the number of current CODESYS Control for Raspberry Pi clients they have. I believe that will be a significant number to justify any front-end expenses to get your parts fully integrated.

    Also - You can create your own driver at reduced expense and make it available via the CODESYS forum. See http://forum.codesys.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=5872



  • I would be interested in using the UniPi for all automation projects if Codesys was available, but until it is I will choose other options. I will look at Mervis and see if it is cheap, but it is hard to get cheaper than $45 for each Pi used with the power of Codesys. Codesys cost 39 euro for each Pi it is installed on.



  • Codesys clearly states that the version for Raspberry Pi can be used for testing and training only. Thus by using it in your automation projects you would be breaking the terms of use. This is not the case of Mervis or REX. So I guess you are comparing apples and oranges…