Sealevel, represented in Australia by Allied Data Systems , has released the Talos I/O framework for the Windows CE 6.0 embedded software environment. Embedded hardware application development often requires system designers to become familiar with hardware registers before beginning development.
This process is simplified with Sealevel’s Talos I/O framework for the Windows CE 6.0 embedded software environment, which provides a familiar experience for Microsoft .NET developers and requires little embedded hardware experience. Coding can start immediately as the Talos API provides easy access to the I/O on Sealevel’s R9 family of Embedded RISC computers.
Sealevel's Talos Framework for Windows CE 6.0 features:
- An interface that provides an I/O point abstraction layer with built-in support for the specific needs of analog and digital I/O such as gain control and debouncing
- Multi-threaded Background Worker Class for Compact Framework fully implemented (typically missing from compact version of Windows CE)
- Customizable sample averaging for analog I/O
- Uniform analog and digital I/O point interface
- Integrated Modbus RTU client communicates with Sealevel SeaI/O modules and other Modbus compliant devices
- Lightweight serial port class optimized for speed for improved application responsiveness and low latency compared to standard serial class