CLICK® The Economical, No-Nonsense PLC.


All PLCs Should be this Flexible and Practical, offering you fantastic value for money

Use a CLICK CPU as a standalone PLC...


The entire range of CLICK CPU's are DC powered, with eight digital inputs and six digital outputs built-in. The Analogue CPUs have 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs, as well as 2 each analogue inputs and outputs. All the CLICK PLCs are powerful controllers as stand-alone units, or can be expanded, with up to 8 modules for up to 142 total I/O points!

CLICK offers flexible power options

With multiple options for main input power, this flexible system allows you to decide what best fits in your control cabinet. Use your existing 24VDC power supply (if applicable), select one of our low cost CLICK PLC power supplies (based on your system power budget requirements), or choose one of these rugged Rhino power supplies.

CLICK to save space and time

CLICK modules lock together for easy installation. CLICK is 'rackless', saving valuable panel space by occupying only as much DIN rail length as required for your application. Zip-link modules cut your PLC wiring time down to minutes instead of hours, and can offer significant savings on terminal blocks and labour.

...expand CLICK for more complex applications

Expanded with 8 I/O Modules

The I/O range includes 24 modules to choose from, including both sinking & sourcing 24VDC input & output options, 120VAC input & output modules, and relay modules for those applications requiring a little more power. The most recent additions are a full line-up of analogue modules including Thermocouple and RTD input modules.

Need a matching HMI?

Perfect match for C-more Micro

CLICK is a perfect match for C-more Micro, they are designed to work together. Both are excellent value products, with a single, inexpensive cable, supplying power and communication between the units.

CLICK plays nicely with others

All CLICK CPU's provide two communications ports (RS-232), which support the industry standard MODBUS RTU protocol. Standard and Analogue models also include an RS-485 port for even more connectivity. These ports are suitable for connection to a PC for programming, networking PLCs, C-more/C-more Micro operator interface panels, variable frequency drives, servos, steppers, and any other MODBUS-enabled devices.

 

It all adds up to the #1 PLC Value in the industry!

The CLICK PLC is another great product from Koyo Electronics which compliments their already stellar line-up of PLCs. With a low starting price for a CPU w/ 8 built-in digital inputs & 6 built-in digital outputs, this stand-alone, Micro Brick PLC is by far the most practical PLC for the money.

Basic Models

  • C0-00DD1-D - 8 DC in / 6 sink DC out, 24 VDC powered
  • C0-00DD2-D - 8 DC in / 6 sourcing DC out, 24 VDC powered
  • C0-00DR-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, 24 VDC powered
  • C0-00AR-D - 8 AC in / 6 relay out, 24 VDC powered

Advanced Models with RTC, battery-backed memory, and RS485 third port

  • C0-01DD1-D - 8 DC in / 6 sinking DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-01DD2-D - 8 DC in / 6 sourcing DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-01DR-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-01AR-D - 8 AC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory

Advanced Models with Analogue I/O, RTC, battery-backed memory, and RS485 third port

  • C0-02DD1-D - 4 DC in / 4 sinking DC out, 2 channels analogue in / 2 channels analogue out (current / voltage selectable), 24 VDC powered
  • C0-02DD2-D - 4 DC in / 4 sourcing DC out, 2 channels analogue in / 2 channels analogue out (current / voltage selectable), 24 VDC powered
  • C0-02DR-D - 8 DC in / 4 relay out, 2ch analogue in, 2-ch analogue out (current / voltage selectable), 24 VDC powered

Basic Ethernet CPU Modules

  • C0-10DD1E-D - 8 DC in / 6 sinking DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-10DD2E-D - 8 DC in / 6 sourcing DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-10DRE-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-10ARE-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory - 120-240 VAC

Standard Ethernet CPU Modules

  • C0-11DD1E-D - 8 DC in / 6 sinking DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory / RS-485 port - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-11DD2E-D - 8 DC in / 6 sourcing DC out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory / RS-485 port - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-11DRE-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory / RS-485 port - 24 VDC powered
  • C0-11ARE-D - 8 DC in / 6 relay out, with Real Time Clock / Calendar and battery-backed memory / RS-485 port - 120-240 VAC

I/O and Analogue Modules allow expansion up to 142 I/O points. Optional Power Supplies
 

Get Connected FAST with just a simple CLICK!


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NOW with Ethernet!

The CLICK micro brick PLC was already an incredible value but now we've added even more. The new CLICK Ethernet PLC units come with a 10/100 Mbps multipurpose Ethernet port for faster networking and control. Use the built-in Ethernet port to program your system, network your CLICK, or control Ethernet-enabled end devices. Using the Modbus TCP protocol, the new CLICK PLCs will easily integrate into existing networks and provide a simple, cost effective solution for your application.

Run Time Edits

The new Ethernet Basic and Standard PLCs not only allow for faster connections but they also come with more memory. The added memory size gives CLICK the ability, for the first time, to perform run-time edits on live machinery and/or processes. This new feature can greatly reduce unnecessary downtime and is an important addition to an already extremely practical PLC.

AND Faster Execution

Not only did we improve the communication speed with the new Ethernet PLCs but we also made them capable of executing logic 3 to 10 times faster than before. Nowhere else will you find this level of performance at this low of a price!

 

FREE Software that's Simple to Learn & Easy to Use


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The CLICK PLC Programming Software, developed by Koyo, is a simple, intuitive programming environment. The software combines the features of the C-more & C-more Micro programming packages, to create the latest in our line of intuitive programming tools, and best of all its available as a FREE download.

But don't let the £0.00 price tag fool you - this software is loaded with options that you would normally expect to pay extra for!

The CLICK software includes a more intuitive instruction set that is easier to use and extremely functional at the same time. We used Decimal Addressing and preassigned MODBUS addresses. We have worked to create one of the best help files of any software in the industry and we strived to provide the user enough options to easily address all phases of programming (learning, coding, commissioning, troubleshooting).

 

Simple Instructions


Instruction Set

Software Features

  • A more intuitive instruction set that is easier to use and extremely functional at the same time.
  • Decimal Addressing and pre-assigned MODBUS addresses.
  • One of the best help files of any software in the industry
  • Plenty of options to easily handle all phases of programming (learning, coding, commissioning, troubleshooting).

8,000 Program Steps...

CLICK CPU modules can store up to 8,000 steps (instructions) of your ladder logic program in non-volatile memory. That's more than enough for most CLICK appropriate applications.


...AND On-board Documentation

If an application only requires a small simple ladder program, the on-board CLICK CPU memory can also store all the documentation (comments, tag names, etc.). This can be especially useful when editing the program with a different programming PC in the future.

Maths Made Easy

Math Instruction

Program with spreadsheet style maths operators - supports all standard scientific calculator functions. Just input the formula (with embedded PLC tags if you wish) and enter a "result tag" in your ladder program. Make it a "one shot" with a simple check box. It really couldn't be any easier.

 

Programming Flexibility


Interrupt Setup

NO Limits on Subroutines...

The ladder program can be organized into subroutines with no limit on the number of subroutines other than the total available memory.Interrupt Setup

...PLUS 8 Interrupt Routines

Interrupt Setup

Up to 8 Interrupt routines can also be defined, and can be initiated based on a time interval or via the discrete inputs on the CPU module. Interrupt routines execute immediately, causing the normal PLC scan to be paused. These are great for time-critical operations, especially if the normal scan time of the PLC is high.

 

Built-in Communications


Com Ports

CLICK CPUs have two or three built-in communications ports. Ethernet ports (when present) are multipurpose, 8 pin RJ45 ports. RS-232 ports are 6-pin RJ12 phone type jacks. Port 3 (when present) is a three wire terminal-block style RS-485 port.


Port 1 (non-Ethernet models) supports the Modbus RTU protocol only and can be used as the programming part. Port 1’s communication parameters are fixed and it is used primarily as the ladder logic programming port. Port 1 can also be used to connect the CPU as a MODBUS RTU protocol slave device.

Port 1 (Ethernet models) is a full-duplex 10/100 Ethernet port that can be used for programming and/or MODBUS TCP communications. (Ethernet port available on all C0-xxxE-x CPU Models)

Port 2 is a general purpose RS-232 port with user configurable communication parameters. Port 2 can be used as a MODBUS RTU master or slave protocol device, or handle ASCII data ‘In’ or ‘Out’.

Port 3 (Standard and Analog models only) is a general purpose port with user configurable communication parameters. Port 3 can be used as a MODBUS RTU master or slave protocol device, or handle ASCII data ‘In’ or ‘Out’.
Port 3 is available on all Standard (C0-x1xx-x) and Analog (C0-x2xx-x) CPU models.

Ports 1 & 2 supply 5VDC, so can connect to a C-more Micro HMI panel without an additional power supply.

 

Easy Installation


Easy Installation

The CLICK PLC system does not require a mounting base or rack, which saves money and space. CLICK uses only as much space as needed for a specific application

The CLICK CPU and I/O modules are connected together via an integrated expansion port on the sides of the modules and sliding locking tabs on the top and bottom of all modules.

1. Remove the protective cover
2. CLICK the neighboring modules together
3. Slide the locking tabs to secure

CLICK mounts on standard 35mm DIN rail, or via slide-out mounting feet.
 

Expandable up to 142 I/O


CLICK

A basic CLICK CPU module is a complete PLC system by itself, most have eight input points and six output points built-in, or the 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

View more information about CLICK I/O modules:
DC I/O modules
AC and Relay I/O modules
Analog I/O modules

 

Cut your PLC wiring time down to minutes instead of hours


ZIPLinks

The ZIPlink wiring system eliminates the normally tedious process of wiring PLC I/O to terminal blocks. Simply plug one end of a ZIPlink pre-wired terminal block cable into your I/O module and the other end into a ZIPlink connector module. It's that easy. ZIPlink use half the space, at a fraction of the total cost of terminal blocks.

One ZIPlink model works with all CLICK modules

Two ZIPlink Cable styles...

And three Cable lengths available

Learn more about the CLICK ZIPlink options here.
 

The CLICK PLC and C-more Micro HMI were made for each other - literally!


CLICK PLC connected to a C-more Micro-Graphic panel

They have the same DNA! - The CLICK programming software is based on the popular C-more Micro programming interface - and both are free downloads.

Both are an excellent value

Both are made by Koyo Electronics (parent company of AutomationDirect)

Use a single cable (as shown) for communications AND power between a CLICK PLC and the 3" C-more Micro models

Use the same USB programming cable to program both devices

For more information about C-more Micro please visit: C-more Micro

 

Decimal Memory Addressing


The I/O numbering system is decimal to make it easier to comprehend, assign and count the I/O points and data registers. Many older PLCs use octal numbering schemes which can be confusing, and also lead to common mistakes.

CLICK Physical I/O points are also numbered starting with 1, instead of 0 to make addressing more straightforward.

CLICK automatically assigns MODBUS addresses to all I/O points and memory registers, to make communications faster and easier.