Wednesday, August 12, 2009

T-Box - Embedded Temperature Recorder

The T-Box (TB) is designed as a low-cost temperature data-logger. A single stand-alone module can acquire, process, and record temperature readings from 100 temperature IC sensors. The TB offers an optional interface to ZigBee networks, for wireless recording and acquisition. It is also available with a range of other industrial control features, an enclosure, and turn-key sample software.
H-Drive TM

The H-DriveTM(HD) is a high performance, low cost, C/C++ programmable embedded controller based on a 40 MHz 16-bit CPU. It is intended for networking industrial process control, data acquisition, and especially ideal for Human Interface Device(HID) OEM applications.


The CAN-EngineTM (CANE) is a high performance, low cost, C/C++ programmable embedded controller with CAN support. It is intended for networking, automotive, industrial process control, high-speed data acquisition, and especially ideal for OEM applications.
U-Drive (UD)

The U-Drive (UD) is a very low-cost industrial GUI controller, ideal for OEM applications requiring a user interface. The ultra-bright, wide viewing angle active TFT color display with touchscreen is attractive, and easy to program. Other peripherals on the board makes this board a powerful and comprehensive industrial user interface and control solution.


The A-Core86 (186, 40 MHz) is our smallest entry at only 2.3x2.2 inches. Consuming less than 1W of power, the AC86 is designed to be the core processing component for your next embedded design. Features like low cost, compact size, surface-mount flash, high performance, and reliability make the AC86 ideal for industrial process control and high-speed data acquisition. Priced at $49 (qty 100), the Acore-86 is ideal for integration into an OEM product as a processor core component.

Measuring only 2.1" by 2.35", the FlashCore-B ($69, qty 100) is a variant of the 186-generation programmable core, now improved to also support data-logging applications. With the integrated CompactFlash drive (using cards up to 2 GB in size), the FlashCore-B can add an entire new dimension to your embedded application. With the FB, your equipment becomes truly stand-alone. With FAT filesystem support (and 16-bit ADC/DAC), accessing your data is as easy as plugging the card directly into a CompactFlash drive on your PC/PDA.


The MD88 is designed for industrial control applications that require solenoid drivers and protected high-voltage inputs. There are 35 high-voltage I/O lines routed to screw terminals and headers, including 7 inputs, 14 outputs, and 14 hardware-configurable inputs or outputs. The inputs can take up to 35V DC. The outputs are capable of sinking 350 mA at 50V per line, and they can directly drive solenoids, relays, or lights. Starting at $74 (qty 100).
Ethernet Engine

The EE is an ideal TCP-based embedded stand-alone board. It is a high-performance (80 MHz, 186 generation) networked controller with high-performance hardware TCP/IP stack, USB 1.1/2.0 slave interface, high-speed ADC, CompactFlash filesystem. Ideal for both OEM or prototyping purposes, the Ethernet-Engine is intended for demanding networked industrial process control and networked high-speed data acquisition applications.

Ethernet-LCD (EL)

The new Ethernet-LCD (EL) controller is an inexpensive, well-rounded controller ready for a variety of embedded applications. It is intended for networking industrial process control, high-speed data acquisition, and especially ideal for OEM applications. It's most unique feature is an integrated graphics LCD. It also features high-speed TCP/IP networking, 24-bit ADCs, DACs, high-voltage I/Os, relays? and in 100+ quantities, starts at only $99.

The SensorCore(SC) is designed as a low-cost, low-power data logger for the most demanding analog data-acquisition applications. Featuring up to 48 channels of 24-bit ADC, 2 RS232/RS485 ports, CompactFlash interface, and a high performance 10/100M BaseT Ethernet. The SensorCore out-performs desktop-based acquisition solutions for a fraction of the price.

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