(USA and Canada only)
When added to a groov EPIC® processor (GRV-EPIC-PR1 or GRV-EPIC-PR2) or groov RIO* (GRV-R7-MM1001-10, GRV-R7-MM2001-10, or GRV-R7-I1VAPM-3), this groov SHELL license lets you access the Linux® operating system through a secure shell (SSH). You'll be able to develop, download, and run control programs built with languages like Python, C/C++, and Java.
*Requires groov RIO firmware 3.0 or higher.
TO OBTAIN AND INSTALL YOUR LICENSE:
You can find more detailed instructions in the groov EPIC User's Guide (form 2267) and the groov RIO User's Guide (form 2324).
This data sheet describes Opto 22's groov RIO® Universal I/O modules: Ethernet-based edge I/O for industrial internet of things (IIoT) and automation applications. With a single part number, you get 8 software-configurable analog or discrete inputs or outputs plus 2 electromechanical relays, power over Ethernet, data processing and communications, and more, all in a compact industrial package.
The data sheet covers these RIO Universal I/O part numbers:
This data sheet describes Opto 22's groov EPIC® processors, part numbers
GRV-EPIC-PR1 and GRV-EPIC-PR2, which are embedded Linux®, real-time controllers with gateway functions. The processor is your central command to your groov EPIC system, which handles multiple control, automation, and data acquisition tasks involving digital and analog control, serial string handling, PID, and enterprise connectivity.
The processor includes a high-resolution color touchscreen display. It provides USB and HDMI ports so you can extend its capabilities, as well as dual independent Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces.
Software tools include groov Manage, groov View, PAC Project™, Node-RED, Ignition Edge® from Inductive Automation® , and CODESYS® Runtime Engine from CODESYS. Full use of some software tools requires a license; the following licenses are also covered in this data sheet:
This user's guide shows you how to assemble, initialize, configure, commission, and maintain a groov RIO universal I/O module, part numbers GRV-R7-MM1001-10 and GRV-R7-MM2001-10. It is also helpful for groov RIO Learning Centers (GRV-RIO-LC and GRV-RIO2-LC). The guide explains how to:
This user's guide shows you how to assemble, initialize, configure, and maintain a groov EPIC system and use groov EPIC processors, part numbers GRV-EPIC-PR1 and GRV-EPIC-PR2. The guide explains how to mount the power supplies, processor, and groov I/O modules onto the groov chassis, the first configuration steps to take after you turn it on, and how to keep the system up-to-date through system updates.
In this video you'll learn how to configure and get started with secure shell (SSH) access to the command line of the groov operating system (OS). The groov EPIC processor runs a custom embedded Linux distribution as its OS, which was put together using an EPIC-specific Yocto recipe. SSH gives you root access to the raw command line of this operating system, as well as all the files, programs, and programming options that it has onboard.