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I'm looking for a cheap cpu module with dual serial port and an ethernet port

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Rune Christensen, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. Hello

    I'm looking for a cheap cpu module with dual serial port and an

    ethernet port.

    The cpu module must have some sort of flash and ram.

    I'm going to build a customize serial to ethernet converter.

    The price should be below $50


    Rune Christensen
    Rune Christensen, Aug 22, 2004
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  2. Rune Christensen

    Markus Zingg Guest

    Sounds like a perfect case to use one of the Rabbit Modules


    Their RCM3000 ($43) , RCM2100 ($34) sound like good candidates. For
    both of them are low priced developer kits available which include all
    the libraries, compiler and even the sourcecode.

    If you are firm with creating your own design you of course can also
    go another route, but the Rabbits are IMHO ideal if you are after a
    quick sloution. To do what you want all you need is to create a
    baseplane PCB with a little power supply cirquit, the core module
    connectors on it and you are done.


    Markus Zingg, Aug 23, 2004
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  3. Rabbit is a good solution, but if you neeed more horsepower you can have a
    look at Compulab's modules, ARMCore in particular (around $60 in volumes).
    See www.compulab.co.il

    Robert Lacoste, Aug 23, 2004
  4. Rune Christensen

    Ingo Cyliax Guest

    Check out ZWorld/RabbitSemiconductor's RCM3710. This CPU module
    has 10BASE-T, 4 async serial (CMOS levels), 256K Flash program
    memory, SeriaFlash and sells for $49/ea.


    See ya, -ingo
    Ingo Cyliax, Aug 23, 2004
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