A design contest open to designers from universities, businesses, contractors including teams, individuals, faculty, research labs, and engineers from Lantronix will announce the winner at Embedded World. Lantronix provides smart networking and communications solutions for M2M applications.
Orange Tree Technologies announced the ZestETM1 high-performance Gigabit Ethernet TCP/IP offload engine module, which enables faster time to market for systems in industrial control, machine vision, and medical where Ethernet use is growing.
Analog Devices introduced the ADSP-CM40x mixed-signal control processors. The ADSP-CM40x integrates the industry’s only embedded dual 16-bit A/D converter with up to 14 bits of accuracy together with a 240-MHz floating-point ARM Cortex-M4 processor core. The new ADI ADSP-CM40x devices enable engineers to plug their designs directly into an environment for model-based design using MATLAB and Simulink software. This streamlines the workflow from system modeling to controller deployment to verification and certification.
Blue Chip Technology introduced their Vario-A2 digital signage and video wall controller. The Vario-A2 can drive either a DVI or VGA (adapter supplied) display. It features dual Gigabit LANs, quad USB and dual RS232 ports for interfacing to a multimedia hub. The Blue Chip Vario A2 can be supplied fitted with WiFi, 2G or 3G modem, GPS, Zigbee and a wide range of other interfaces.
Logic Supply introduced the LGX AU970 Intel Core Fanless Computer. The LGX AU970 features a dual- or quad-core third-generation (Ivy Bridge mobile) Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPU, QM77 chipset, and up to 16 GB dual-channel 1333 DDR3 memory. The computer is ideal for demanding industrial applications like high-end automation, data collection and surveillance.
Texas Instruments introduced the RD-195 DC arc detection reference solution. Designers can program the evaluation board to optimize the balance between arc-detection accuracy and false detection prevention to meet their system needs. The RD-195 reference solution includes a software application tool that enables alteration of threshold detection parameters. The RD-195 arc detect reference evaluation kit is available now. It has a suggested retail price of $199.
Amplicon announced the Impact-E 100 embedded system. The embedded computer features the Intel Atom N2800 dual-core processor, Intel NM10 Express Chipset, and 2GB DDR3 SO-DIMM memory. The fanless embedded PC is ideal for transportation, security, POS, and industrial automation. The Amplicon Impact-E 100 series offers a power consumption of less than 11W.
Avalue Technology launched the EMS-CDV embedded system. The expandable and modularized rugged system features the Intel Atom D2550 Dual-Core processor, Intel NM10 Express Chipset, 204-pin DDR3 SODIMM, up to 4GB DDR3 800/ 1066 SDRAM, VGA, LAN, SIM card slot, swappable 2.5″ drive bay, 12-bit GPIO, SMBUS, two COM, two PS/2 for KB and MS, three USB and two knockouts antenna mountings. It is ideal for routers, factory automation, control systems and industrial transportation applications.
Acrosser Technology introduced the AR-R6102 Network Security Platform. The AR-R6102 series is base on the Intel C206 Cougar Point platform. The network appliance features six on board Giga bits Ethernet ports, two Network Interface Card (NIC) slots, two USB ports, a RJ-45 console port, and a LCD display. The AR-R6102 is available now.
Texas Instruments announced their MS320C6748 DSP development kit. The TI C6748 DSP kit is ideal for real-time analytics applications such as fingerprint recognition and face detection. The C6748 DSP development kit is also ideal for other digital signal processing applications, such as audio and communications. The TI C6748 DSP development kit is available for $195. The C6748 SYS/BIOS Software Development Kit (SDK) is pre-loaded with the C6748 StarterWare software package.