Low Power ARM9 Single Board Computer



Carbondale, Illinois, July 1, 2009 – EMAC, Inc., announces the iPac 9302, a 32-bit Single Board Computer (SBC) based on the Cirrus ARM9 EP9302 fanless processor running at 200 MHz with Math Coprocessor. The iPac 9302 has a PC/104 form factor and contains a wide variety of I/O to meet any application: 2 RS-232/422/485 serial ports, 5 channels of 12-bit A/D, 16 digital GPIO lines, 16 Digital Output lines, 8 Digital Input lines, 8 High-Drive digital output lines, 2 PWMs, 9 Synchronous Serial I/O lines (SPI/AC97/I2S), SD/MMC Flash, 10/100 BaseT Ethernet, and Dual USB 2.0 Host Port. Additionally the iPac 9302 can accommodate up 64 MB of resident on-board Flash and 64 MB of SDRAM.

When developing CE 6.0 application for the PPC-E7, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/2008 can be utilized. For Linux application development, EMAC provides a Free Eclipse IDE. Both Visual Studio and Eclipse provide everything the user needs for developing iPac 9302 applications. All the compiling, converting, downloading, and debugging inherent to software development can be done from one easy to use high level interface. EMAC provides an SDK for the iPac 9302, which contains source examples and drivers.

The iPac can be used to develop a variety of applications from robotics to industrial controls. EMAC also has available a Screw Terminal board easing the burden of making I/O connections to the iPac. The price of the iPac 9302 is $149.00 USD. Additional information can be found on the kit and the iPac 9302 at:

www.emacinc.com/sbc_microcontrollers/ipac_9302.htm

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About EMAC Inc. (www.emacinc.com)
Since 1984, EMAC, Inc. has provided customers worldwide with custom hardware, software and manufacturing. EMAC’s custom services include Digital and Analog Hardware Design, BIOS adaptation, Operating System integration (Windows CE, NT Embedded, XP Embedded, and Linux), driver development and software application development. In addition, EMAC offers a comprehensive line of products and services that include Single Board Computers (SBCs), SBC Peripherals, and Microprocessor Training Systems. Off-the-shelf SBCs include x86 compatible, 32-bit RISC and both 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers.Training Systems. Off-the-shelf SBCs include x86 compatible, 32-bit RISC and both 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers.

Contact Information

EMAC, Inc.

2390 EMAC Way
Carbondale, IL, 62902
USA

tele: 618-529-4525
fax: 618-457-0110
info@emacinc.com
www.emacinc.com

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