DIL/NetPC Embedded Modules Simplify 32-bit Development Process

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Kanda.com are now distributing 32-bit DIL/NetPC Embedded Modules from German manufacturer SSV. The DIL/NetPC products are single board computers with embedded Linux, a variety of processors and a wide choice of peripherals. They greatly simplify the development of 32-bit embedded systems, especially for network and web access.

Kanda.com, the online shop for electronic engineers, is now distributing for German manufacturer SSV. The DIL/NetPC Embedded Modules from SSV give developers a simple and rapid method of creating a wide range of 32-bit embedded applications, because so much of the job is already done.

The DIL/NetPC range are powerful 32-bit single board computers in small footprint packages, with a wide range of peripherals and software solutions built-in, covering everything from web servers to IDE access. These features, coupled with an embedded Linux or UcLinux Operating System, simplify development.

The embedded modules come with a choice of processors, including ARM 9, Coldfire, Intel Xscale and AMD 586. All the modules have lots of memory and controllable I/O, such as SPI, I2C, serial ports, 20-bit parallel I/O and compact flash IDE interface, as well as watchdog timers, interrupts, expansion bus and Ethernet.

All have built-in web servers and TCP/IP stacks, while most have FTP access, WSN (Wireless Sensor Network), and much more. Selected modules also feature CANbus, USB devices and USB hosts. Because the modules have an embedded Linux operating system, all these features are easy to access and use.

Each embedded module has a starter kit available for rapid prototyping. The starter kits include a module, a full-featured development board, cables, power supply and development software. Plus loads of examples and reference designs showing how easy it is to create a sophisticated system.

The DIL/NetPC embedded modules are ideal for developers who require a quick route to 32-bit embedded power with a huge choice of peripherals to cover all requirements.

  • Networking applications
  • Remote monitoring and communications
  • Web-enabled devices
  • Device/data management and control
  • Single board computers

Adrian Wallis, Kanda's development controller said "We are delighted to be able to provide such an effective design solution to our customers. As designers and manufacturers ourselves, we really appreciate anything that makes development so much easier"

For more information, see http://www.kanda.com/netpc/dil-netpc-embedded-modules.html


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