(USA and Canada only)
32-bit Motorola 68020 processor
16-bit 80C196 I/O processor
IEEE floating-point math
CPU clock frequency
Flash EEPROM on controller
Flash EEPROM on brain board
1 MB with battery backup (user programs & data)
1 MB (firmware and user programs) in Rev. 2 controllers (256 KB in older ones.)
128 KB (I/O firmware)
3.6-volt lithium, non-rechargeable
8 digital, 4 analog, multifunction
Adds 8 digital, 4 analog, multifunction
Via RS-485 ports, using Opto 22 I/O
1 RS-232 and 1 RS-485/422 port
Via daughter cards: configurable serial ports, Ethernet, ARCNET
Direct, lease, and radio
Clock/calendar, Epson 62421A with battery backup
5 VDC at 3.5 A (maximum)
24 VDC at 300 mA (maximum)
Typical operating temperature
-20 °C to 70 °C
-40 °C to 85 °C
5% to 95% relative humidity
FactoryFloor (OptoControl, OptoDisplay, and OptoServer)
Classic Software (Cyrano, Mistic MMI, and MDS)
RAM battery backup low
Detect communication errors from processor, I/O, etc.
Detect main power supply operation
Detects program corruption (checksum RAM test)
The M4SENET-100 is an Ethernet network interface card designed for Opto 22's M4 series controllers, such as the SNAP-LCM4 and the M4RTU.
*** NOTE: This product is obsolete and no longer available, due to the unavailability of essential parts. ***
NOTE: For new development, we recommend a SNAP PAC programmable automation controller and the PAC Project software suite. SNAP PAC controllers are more powerful and less expensive. For system expansion or modernization, you can migrate to the SNAP PAC System from FactoryFloor. Learn how to migrate.
The Modular M4RTU Controller features powerful communications capabilities, built-in diagnostics, and 32-bit processors.
This README file lists revision changes made to the firmware used in the following Opto 22 controllers that run OptoControl strategies: G4LC32, G4LC32SX, M4, M4IO, M4RTU, SNAP-LCSX, SNAP-LCSX-PLUS, and SNAP-LCM4.
This README file lists revision changes made to the firmware used in the following Opto 22 controllers that run Cyrano strategies: G4LC32, G4LC32SX, G4LC32ISA, G4LC32ISA-LT, M4, M4IO, M4RTU, M4RTU Rev.2, SNAP-LCM4, SNAP-LCSX, and SNAP-LCSX-PLUS.
This reference manual provides complete specifications and instructions to set up and install an M4RTU or M4IO controller.
*** The Mistic family of controllers is OBSOLETE and no longer available. ***
Mistic 200 Family Data Book
This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity for the products listed herein, in accordance with the rules, regulations and standards of the United Kingdom. The models cited have been tested to the essential requirements listed in the Standards section, and fully comply with the legislation as listed in UK Legislation section.
The M4RTU/M4IO controller was re-engineered in June 2007 because older parts are no longer available. This document contains important notes for the re-engineered controllers, which can be recognized by the Rev. 2 sticker on the unit.
This document lists all Opto 22 part numbers that have the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approval.
This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration for the listed products as mentioned in the attachment - to which this confirmation refers - that they are in accordance with the mentioned European, international and/or national standards and regulations.
This download contains BETA firmware for Opto 22 controllers running OptoControl strategies.
Beta Version Disclaimer:
OptoControl is a legacy product, which is no longer getting new features and no longer going through official release cycles. Beta versions of the firmware are made available as-is for those who need the related bug fixes.
In general, beta versions will include bug fixes since the last official release, without adding new features. This usually enhances product stability without introducing unwanted side effects. Beta versions for legacy products have been through basic testing only, and will not be formally tested.
Ultimately, the choice will be up to the user as to whether the benefit of using the beta version is worth the risk. We simply want to make the beta version available so that you have options.
This download contains the current firmware for the M4RTU controller. The download also includes firmware for SNAP-LCM4, SNAP-LCSX, SNAP-LCSX-PLUS, M4, and other Opto 22 OptoControl-based controllers.
This file contains AutoCAD drawings of Opto 22 products dating from 1988 to 2003. These are the same drawings that have been available on our BBS. Included is an Excel file describing the file names and relevant Opto 22 part numbers.
This software application updates the internal clock for an Ethernet-connected Opto 22 controller. The application runs in Windows at the command prompt, and can update controller clocks regularly or just once.
This application is used with the following Opto 22 controllers:
Current release of 16-bit Cyrano firmware. This firmware is required to run Cyrano strategies on legacy Opto 22 controllers.
Current release of 16-bit Cyrano firmware. This firmware is required to run Cyrano strategies on Opto 22 controllers. This file installs the Opto 22 Flash 200 utility (version R3.1i) and Cyrano firmware (version R3.2j).
The predecessor to OptoControl, Cyrano is a DOS application for flowchart control programming. This software does not run under Windows NT.
A demo that's like the OptoTerm program for Windows. It demonstrates how to retrieve strategy information from the controller and other simple information. This package only supports an Ethernet interfaced controller (SNAP-LCM4, M4, or M4RTU).
Mistic MDS is the predecessor to OptoServer. It is a DDE-only server for the Cyrano tagname database that operates under Windows 3.x.
Mistic MMI is the predecessor to OptoDisplay. It is a 16-bit Windows 3.x Man-Machine Interface package that is tightly integrated with Cyrano.
Use this library file together with the Modbus Integration Kit for OptoControl.
This download contains a full installation of the most recent version of OptoTerm, a software utility for: