RABBIT Semiconductor's ultra-compact RCM2300 core module -- its smallest RabbitCore yet -- offers designers a low-cost alternative for rapid development and implementation of embedded control systems.
Measuring a mere 1.15 x 1.60 inches, the RCM2300 simplifies integration and opens up a world of new design options for economical control products.
The RabbitCore mounts on a user-designed motherboard and acts as the controlling microprocessor for the user's system.
Powered by the high-performance Rabbit 2000 microprocessor, the RCM2300 features 22.1MHz clock, 7 timers, battery-backable time/date clock, 29 I/O, 256kB of Flash, 128kB of SRAM, 4 serial ports, slave port, and watchdog timer.
The RCM2300 is also pin compatible with Rabbit Semiconductor's RCM2200 ethernet core module for future ethernet implementation of user designs.
Packing these features on a board the size of a microcontroller makes possible designs once precluded by size, performance, and/or cost considerations.
The Rabbit 2000 is a powerful 8-bit microprocessor with extensive integrated features and a C-friendly instruction set designed for use with the Dynamic C development system.
This hardware and software integration facilitates speedy hardware design and easy applications development.
Developing software with industry-proven Dynamic C--a C-language environment that includes an editor, compiler, and in-circuit debugger--is both simple and cost-effective.
User programs can be compiled, executed, and debugged using Dynamic C and a programming cable--no in-circuit emulator is required.
A low-cost development kit is available to help jumpstart evaluation and design. Kit includes RCM2300 RabbitCore, prototyping board, Dynamic C SE development system (not a trial version) and complete documentation on CD-ROM, PC serial cable, and Getting Started manual. Dominion Electronics 02 9906 6988.