Data Modul showcases its embedded modules at the Electronica exhibition. The COM Express modules come with Intel Core i3/i5/i7 and Xeon E3 processors and they enable the integration of CAN controllers.
Embedded customers benefit from the standardization and scalability of COM Express modules. Data Modul employs a standardized in-house developed embedded board controller DMEC (Data Modul Embedded Controller) for all modules. Additional useful features turn this module into an embedded module: The range of features for all products include IO-MUX for the interfaces, multistage watchdog, UART, GPIO, RTM (Running-Time Meter), board information, I²C, SPI, and PWM. Special features like CAN controllers can be integrated without additional hardware costs. EAPI drives for Windows and Linux are available for all these functions, the entire portfolio, and for future extensions.
All Intel processor platforms (following the Intel IOTG roadmap) are implemented based on the COM Express module standard. These reference modules can immediately be used serially on baseboards or as building blocks for customized single board computers (ODM designs). Two additional building block baseboard modules or customized ODM designs are available: COM Express compact modules with Intel Pentium/Celeron and Atom processors (codename Braswell) for low power applications and the Com Express Basic module with Intel Core i3/i5/i7 and Xeon E3 6th generation processors (codename Skylake) for the high performance division.
Data Modul (Germany) is part of the Electronica 2016 fair and shows these products in hall A3, booth 207. The exhibition takes place from November 8 to 11 in Munich, Germany.
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