Software and hardware package ComplexPRO

General specifications

  • ComplexPro is a software and hardware complex that provides considerable opportunities, it is a specially developed problem-oriented programming language that allows to solve most local tasks both of automation related to electric drive and of technological automation.
  • User friendliness of ComplexPro (which was a main goal during its development) allows to create object software by the operating staff of the Customer who are not familiar with program coding.
  • The object software can be created by the user on any personal computer, for example, on a laptop being an integral part of the supplied debugging software package, in the graphical shell of ComplexPro.
  • The program can be recorded to the ComplexPro controller, installed in the converter cabinet, via a laptop with a special RS-232C adapter being a part of the debugging software package or purchased separately.
  • ComplexPro can be used for all products manufactured by RDE Preobrazovatel-Complex.


  • The ComplexPro controller represent a compact board mounted on a DIN rail in the converter cabinet;
  • Overall dimensions of the ComplexPro board are 75 × 70 mm;
  • External connections:
    – Power = 5V;
    – CAN interface for connection to the converter control system;
    – Console terminal / adapter connector for connection to a laptop.


  • The programming gThe programming graphical shell made to look like relay-contactor circuits is the most understandable way for the electrotechnical staff to illustrate the algorithm;
  • Emulation mode – allows to check functionality of the programmed circuit during debugging, by simulating discrete and analog signals on the desktop computer, without using a converter;
  • Supervision mode – allows to monitor the program execution directly on the working converter;
  • The ComplexPro controller uses analog and discrete inputs/outputs of the converter control system, and in such a way provides for:
    – Saving on the controller due to the fact there is no need for own sensors and galvanic isolations for analog and discrete input/output;
    – Access to all operational information in the control system (voltage, current, EMF, etc.).



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