EM-EtherIO-R0

 

EM-EtherIO-R0 is an Ethernet based Industry controller. A Discrete IO Card powered by 32 bit 120MHz ARM Cortex M4 core CPU.

The EM-EtherIO-R0 board Loaded with peripherals which very common in industry standards such as isolated I/O ports, RTCC ,EEPROM ,PWM,USB, RS232, RS 422 Interface, built-in analog Input(0 to 3.3V), On board LED, Buzzer etc.

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Ethernet Discrete IO Card -EM-EDIO-P23I-15O


EM-edio is EMNICS Low speed discrete Ethernet  IO Card for Digital IO Monitoring and control over Ethernet.

Features

  • Standard Ethernet IPV4 Compatible Hardware
  • 15 Tristate Buffer Output
  • 23 TTL Input
  • 12V DC Input
  • On Board DC Buzzer
  • On Board Status LED
  • On Board DIP Switches

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ESCUDO-EMX1


ESCUDO is a new Expansion board compatible for both Raspberry PI Model B+ and PI-2 with rich IO features. ESCUDO-EMX1 can be integrated with other embedded boards where Isolated GPIOs are required. ESCUDO makes the work easier for the end users to interface their embedded boards with external devices, since it provides lot of built-in features like Analog input, isolated output etc. Escudo also provides features such as On Board Buzzer, RTCC, EEPROM for emerging Raspberry Pi learners to start with Raspberry Pi.

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EXS2- Solid State Relay


EMNICS introduces EX-S2 a solid state relay break out board carrying IXYS CPC1907B relay. Solid-state relay (SSR) is an electronic switching device that switches ON/OFF its Output Terminal when a small external voltage is applied across its control terminals. CPC1907B is normally open optically coupled relay with 5000rms input to output isolation. Input is connected parallel with a led to indicate the relay Input Status.

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Motion Sensing


EMNICS MAXMOS is an Industrial grade small form factor inertial sensor with Magnetometer and three set of gyro and angle sensor.

EM-MAXMOS has two model MAMOS-6XE and 9XE. Both models powered by an ARM Cortex M0 based Microcontroller. It’s capable of processing the Pitch, Role and Yaw with very minimum processing latencies.
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