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ARM7 Ethernet Microcontroller 60 MHz (LPC2138)


  • Provides 10MB Ethernet connectivity
  • Simplifies integration with Web page and controller hardware 

SUCCESS

Astronomy
A NASA astronomer selected ARM Ethernet controllers to create a one-off error-correction system for an infrared telescope. Our secondary mirror assembly would occasionally jerk. So we constructed a system using eight BMA180 accelerometers, each attached to an ARMWeb SBC.
These were then programmed to acquire and stream the accelero- meter data to a Linux server. The server would save and graph the data in real time. When an 'image jump' was recorded, this accelero-
meter data was analyzed to help identify the faulty mechanism.
—Anthony D.
University of Hawaii

APPLICATIONS

  • Ethernet
  • Wireless
  • Sensors
  • Logging
  • Monitoring

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

System

  • Board-mounted 60 MHz 32 bit ARM7 CPU (LPC2138)
  • Programmable in a compiled BASIC, C, HTML, and XML
  • Operates faster than 10 million BASIC lines/second

Size

  • 75mm x 120mm
  • Compatible with Hammond 1455K1201 enclosure

Storage

  • 64k user code space (5,000 Instructions)
  • 5k user data
  • 224k user file space
  • 32k RAM

Power

  • 750 mW
  • 5-6V DC input
  • Battery RTC option

Connectors

  • USB
  • Connections for 31 digital I/O
  • 8 x 10 bit analog A/Ds, 1 10bit DAC
DOCUMENTATION
ARM7 Ethernet Microcontroller User Guide
FREE SOFTWARE TOOLS
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