EMAC has created the iPac-9302, an inexpensive, feature packed embedded Single Board Computer (SBC) based on the Cirrus EP9302 processor. This ARM9 based board has features, similar to our other Microcontrollers, A/D, PWM, Digital I/O, Serial, USB, and Ethernet. The iPac-9302 is a web enabled microcontroller device offering the ability to run an embedded server to display it’s current monitored or logged data. This web connection can be via standard wired 802.3u 10/100 BaseT Fast Ethernet or 802.11 wireless wifi networking with the proper linux modules and adapters. This Microcontroller has all connectors brought out as headers on a board that is same footprint of a standard PC/104 module at 3.77″ x 3.54″. While slightly larger than our SoM Microcontroller offerings, this iPac-9302 is perfectly suited for just about any Embedded Data Acquisition and Control application.
Also available is an optional Screw Terminal board(PCD-39E00-000) for the iPac (shown to the right) that is stackable, providing numerous I/O points with screw termination, in a very small package. Two Screw Terminal boards are required to accommodate all of the iPac I/O.
The resident flash on the iPac can be programmed via it’s serial bootloader firmware over the RS232 com port or via it’s JTAG port. Software can be written with Microsoft’s .NET Micro Framework, Windows CE 6.0 or Linux (Open Embedded).
On the Linux side EMAC provides a Free Eclipse IDE that is pre-integrated to provide everything the user needs for developing iPac 9302 applications. All the compiling, converting debugging, and downloading inherent to iPac 9302 development can be done from one easy to use high level interface. The distribution provides an SDK for the EMAC iPac 9302 which contains source examples for the Ethernet, USB, Digital I/O ports, A/D, PWM, SPI, SD/MMC.
The EMAC Eclipse IDE is a powerful, yet flexible Integrated Development Environment for the iPac 9302 and even features SVN version control support. For more information of EMAC’s Eclipse based Development Environment click here.
The iPac 9302 can use most of the EMAC’s standard Linux Modules including the Modbus module. For a listing of these module see our Embedded Linux Operating Systems Page.
Just Write It and Run It!
EMAC can provide software Board Support Packages (BSPs) for our Single Board Computers (SBCs) using your choice of compatible Embedded Operating Systems. Integration of the single board computer into an enclosure, adding memory, CPU, Wireless (WiFi, Bluetooth or Mesh), storage solution & loading an OS, in most cases is free with the purchase of the Single Board Computer and related components. Additionally EMAC has LCD- Panel Kits with Touchscreen options, allowing our Single Board Computer Solutions to utilize an LCD for video output and a touchscreen replacement of a mouse for input.
The LCD Panel Kit with the Touchscreen option in conjunction with the Flash Disk, makes for a Solid State Embedded computer system that is ideal for rugged, wide temperature, and low downtime environments. If you cannot find exactly what you need from our large Off-The-Shelf selection, EMAC can potentially customize any hardware or software component, and additionally offer driver development and software application programming, providing you with the perfect fit for their SBC application needs. EMAC can provide Enclosures, I/O Modules, Peripherals, Memory, and Operating Systems for most of our x86 and ARM SBCs to make them into fully embedded systems.
EMAC supports and can install the the following Embedded Operating Systems on Hard Drive or Flash Disk: Embedded Linux, Xenomi Development Framework, ROMDOS, Windows CE, and Windows Embedded Standard, Windows 10 IoT or Windows 10 IoT Core.
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