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 ====== UniPi Neuron ====== ====== UniPi Neuron ======
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 UniPi Neuron is a modular **programmable logic controller (PLC) product line** designed for control, regulation and monitoring of smart building systems, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation,​ Air Conditioning) systems and both home and industrial automation systems. Thanks to its modular architecture and compact design, the Neuron represents a highly flexible and affordable solution for quickly expanding field of smart technology. Customers can also utilize the Neuron for smart energy management to achieve better energy efficiency and reduce expenses. UniPi Neuron is a modular **programmable logic controller (PLC) product line** designed for control, regulation and monitoring of smart building systems, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation,​ Air Conditioning) systems and both home and industrial automation systems. Thanks to its modular architecture and compact design, the Neuron represents a highly flexible and affordable solution for quickly expanding field of smart technology. Customers can also utilize the Neuron for smart energy management to achieve better energy efficiency and reduce expenses.
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 All Neuron models are using the **Raspberry Pi 3 Model B** as its central processing unit. Each I/O group is connected to the CPU and to a central communication channel for all group processors. There is no communication between I/O groups. **Each processor can also function independently on the CPU, allowing users to retain basic control of I/O modules in the event of CPU malfunction or software issue**. All Neuron models are using the **Raspberry Pi 3 Model B** as its central processing unit. Each I/O group is connected to the CPU and to a central communication channel for all group processors. There is no communication between I/O groups. **Each processor can also function independently on the CPU, allowing users to retain basic control of I/O modules in the event of CPU malfunction or software issue**.
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 ===== Inputs & Outputs ====== ===== Inputs & Outputs ======