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-====== ​UniPi 1.1 & 1.1 Lite ======+====== ​Unipi 1.1 & 1.1 Lite ======
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-===== UniPi 1.1 =====+===== Unipi 1.1 =====
  
-UniPi 1.1 is an extension board for Raspberry Pi. The board allows ​the Raspberry Pi to function as a programmable logic controller (PLC) in a variety of automation applications.+Unipi 1.1 is an extension board for Raspberry Pi. The board etends ​the Raspberry Pi by innputs and outputs to interac with other devices ​to function as a programmable logic controller (PLC) in a variety of automation applications.
  
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 ==== Features ==== ==== Features ====
  
-  * 8x Finder 36.11.9.005.4011 changeover relays (rated for 250V AC/5A or 24V DC/5A+  * 8x Finder 36.11.9.005.4011 changeover relays (rated for 250V AC/10A or 30V DC/10A
-  * 12x galvanically isolated digital inputs (5-24V DC voltage, 5 ms minimum pulse lenght)+  * 12x galvanically isolated digital inputs (0-3.5 VDC voltage for logical 0 and 5-24 VDC voltage ​for logical 1, 5 ms minimum pulse lenght)
   * 2x 0-10V analog inputs   * 2x 0-10V analog inputs
   * 1x 0-10V analog output   * 1x 0-10V analog output
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-UniPi 1.1 Lite is a smaller and simpler variant of the UniPi 1.1, designed for smallest automation projects. When compared to the UniPi 1.1, it features fewer I/O'sbut is more compact and cheaper.+UniPi 1.1 Lite is a smaller and simpler variant of the UniPi 1.1, designed for smallest automation projects. When compared to the UniPi 1.1, it features fewer I/O's but is more compact and cheaper.
  
 ==== Features ==== ==== Features ====
  
-  * 6x Finder 36.11.9.005.4011 ​changeover relays (rated for 250V AC/5A or 24V DC/5A) +  * 6x Omron G5Q-14-EU ​changeover relays (rated for 250V AC/10A or 30V DC/5A) 
-  * 6x galvanically isolated digital inputs (5-24V DC voltage, 5 ms minimum pulse lenght)+  * 6x galvanically isolated digital inputs (0-3.5 VDC voltage for logical 0 and 5-24 VDC voltage ​for logical 1, 5 ms minimum pulse lenght)
   * 1 × 1-Wire port for connection to 1-Wire thermometers and other sensors   * 1 × 1-Wire port for connection to 1-Wire thermometers and other sensors
   * short circuit LED indication   * short circuit LED indication
  
-==== Overview ====+===== Overview ​=====
  
-**Raspberry Pi Model 3B** computer ​is used as CPUThe computer is connected via its GPIO through ribbon cable, processes all data from I/O modules and is sending responsesAll individual I/Os and communication interfaces ​are connected to the Raspberry Pi's CPU either ​directly via GPIO or indirectly via I2CRaspberry Pi also provides network connectivity and USB ports+Unipi 1.1 controllers use Raspberry Pi computer as their computing moduleUnipi 1.and Unipi 1.1 Lite board are compatible with the following ​Raspberry Pi models:  
 +  * Raspberry Pi 2 Model B 
 +  * Raspberry Pi 3 Model B 
 +  * Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ 
 +  * Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (all RAM variants) 
 +Raspberry Pi can be purchased ​either ​[[https://​www.unipi.technology/​raspberry-pi-c38|separately]], ​or as a part of one of the practical sets available on [[https://​www.unipi.technology/​unipi-1-1-c7|our e-shop]]
  
 +The Raspberry Pi is connected via its GPIO through a ribbon cable, processes all data from I/O modules and is sending responses. All individual I/Os and communication interfaces are connected to the Raspberry Pi's CPU either directly via GPIO or indirectly via I2C. Raspberry Pi also provides network connectivity and USB ports.
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-The **I2C port** supports connection of extension modules, such as the EMO-R8 relay extension.+The **I2C port** supports connection of extension modules, such as the [[https://​www.unipi.technology/​unipi-1-1-c7|EMO-R8]] relay extension.
  
-The **1-Wire bus** is used for passive reading of data from corresponding 1-Wire sensors (humidity sensors, temperature sensors etc.). One bus can receive data from up to 15 sensors ​at once (provided a suitable 1-Wire hub is used).+The **1-Wire bus** is used for passive reading of data from corresponding 1-Wire sensors (humidity sensors, temperature sensors etc.). One bus can receive data from up to 15 sensors ​with a maximum total length of the bus up to 200 meters ​(provided a suitable ​[[https://​www.unipi.technology/​cs/​senzory-c11|1-Wire hub]] is used).
  
 **Note**: UniPi 1.1 and 1.1 Lite require an external 5V 2.5A power source with 2.1mm DC jack.  **Note**: UniPi 1.1 and 1.1 Lite require an external 5V 2.5A power source with 2.1mm DC jack.