® EA S Y E M BE DDE D SOLUTIONS SINC E 1983 Product Catalog • Vol. 1 1.888.411.7228 • www.rabbit.com TABLE OF CONTENTS 02 Corporate Overview 06 Applications 10 Dynamic C® Software 12 Rabbit® 4000 Product Family 13 RabbitCore® Modules 16 Rabbit® 3000 Product Family 17 RabbitCore® Modules 20 Single-Board Computers 23 Single-Board Computers 24 Smart Star™ System 22 Rabbit® 2000 Product Family 26 Operator Interfaces 27 OP7200 27 OP7100 27 OP6800 28 Application Kits 29 29 29 30 30 Rabbit RIO® Programmable I/O Wireless 802.15.4 Bluetooth® Wireless Control Camera Interface 31 31 31 32 32 Embedded PLC Multi-Port Serial-to-Ethernet Color Touchscreen Secure Embedded Web GPRS/GSM 34 Selection Guide 34 36 36 38 RabbitCore® Modules Single-Board Computers Operator Interfaces Smart Star™ System 39 Glossary CORPORATE OVERVIEW CORPOR ATE OVER VIE W The Rabbit Solution Rabbit , a worldwide manufacturer of low-cost embedded solutions, was founded in 1983 and acquired by Digi International® in 2005. Our mission is to develop silicon, boards and software to bring intelligent real-time control to existing applications, and enable completely new applications. Designing Software with Confidence Developing real-time software can challenge engineering teams and put project schedules at risk. Rabbit was founded on the principle of delivering a software environment for fast development. That is why Rabbit pioneered the Dynamic C integrated development environment, which implements extensions to the C programming language to make real-time software design faster, more intuitive and easier to debug. We are dedicated to constant additions to Dynamic C tools, such as improved memory handling, increased web security, enhanced web serving capability, solid networking infrastructure, and a greater diversity of sample programs. These new functions and tools help our customers manage the development process to meet their schedule and cost goals. 2 | rabbit.com CORPORATE OVERVIEW Integrating Software with Known Good Hardware When design teams complete the initial phase of software development, the work begins to debug the software and integrate sub-systems. Rabbit offers a complete set of development kits that include the target hardware you need for your design. You get known good hardware to debug software in real time and test it with other systems before committing to the final product. Once the design is completed and tested, our customers go into production using the same hardware upon which they tested their design. Design risk is minimized, as is the development time. Path To Success Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Design Software and Debug on Known Good Hardware Finalize Design and Integrate into System Go into Production Using the Same Known Good Hardware We offer different levels of integration, from chips to rack-mounted modular systems, giving our customers a choice of how best to adopt the technology. This complete spectrum of reliable, cost-effective, proven hardware reduces development time and system redesign, keeping our customers’ projects on schedule. From Processor to Rack Mounted Systems PRODUCT CATALOG | 3 CORPORATE OVERVIEW Getting Acquainted with the Technology Rabbit customers include companies experienced with our products as well as newcomers looking for a faster, lower-risk path to get through new product development. For the latter set of customers, we offer an array of application kits to introduce new types of technologies, such as ZigBee® and Wi-Fi,® or different types of applications, such as a security or I/O expansion. Each kit comes with hardware, development software and accessories, plus sample programs to teach the new technology for faster application development. We also offer extensive technical support via telephone or email, as well as datasheets, manuals, white papers, technical notes and software downloads on our website. Wireless 802.15.4 Application Kit 4 | rabbit.com CORPORATE OVERVIEW Take the Next Step We Are Here to Help If you would like Rabbit to support your real-time control and communications projects, or if you just want to know more about how our products can be used, please contact the Rabbit sales team. Rabbit sales representatives will talk with you to understand your design needs, and if we think we have a potential solution, we will offer you guidance to find the lowest-cost product to fit your requirements. If you need additional insight from our technical support group, a discussion can be arranged so that you feel confident you are on the right path. www.rabbit.com/contact.shtml [email protected] 1.888.411.RABT (7228) PRODUCT CATALOG | 5 APPLICATIONS R abbit Users Tell Our S tory Tales of Innovation In 1983, Rabbit recognized that embedded systems design could be made faster, easier and far more accessible to people who were not trained as computer architects. Rabbit focused on the challenge of writing software for real-time applications and providing the tools to make it work reliably. Out of this challenge was born the Dynamic C integrated development environment, which offered extensions to the C language to reduce the time to develop code and the effort to debug it. Rabbit introduced the popular line of single-board computers and RabbitCore modules, which unified processor, memory and connectivity into a solder-free form factor. Customers found that they could easily design board-level products and then add the RabbitCore modules. This allowed companies to focus on their expertise and leverage Rabbit’s capabilities to reduce engineering costs and maintain schedules. The ease of integration, low cost and connectivity options gave customers the ability to expand the opportunities of monitoring and control. 6 | rabbit.com APPLICATIONS Palladium Technologies chose Dynamic C and the Rabbit 2000 based SR9000 Smart Star expansion system for their marine product, SiMON. This monitoring and control product consolidates complex information systems on marine vessels into a concise, usable format. Mike Blake, president of Palladium Technologies compared SiMON to an “artificial intelligence” computer that assists in the maintenance and control of the ship’s around-the-clock functions. The “non-stop” engineer helps provide a safe environment by monitoring the ship’s most critical systems. “We are happy to have made the radical but correct decision both then and now in choosing Rabbit products.” Thousands of sensors are spread throughout the ship, leaving no system unmonitored. These sensors keep track of engine operation, electrical generators, water levels, air, -Mike Blake, president of Palladium Technologies sewage, and other critical components. The sensors are connected to Smart Star controller units that are located throughout the vessel. Ten to twenty controllers connected via an Ethernet backbone are installed in a typical mega yacht application. “We are happy to have made the radical but correct decision both then and now in choosing Rabbit products,” said Blake. © Palladium Technologies PRODUCT CATALOG | 7 APPLICATIONS Sunset Dynamics, an embedded design consulting firm, saw the potential of Rabbit products when the company embarked on a project that required hoisting performers into the air timed along with music. The theatrical acrobatic show required reliable and easy-to-integrate equipment – and the equipment needed to be much smaller than the PC previously used. “The established code base included with Dynamic C allowed very rapid software development.” -Ryan Neimi, Sunset Dynamics Initial designs of this system consisted of PCs next to each winching system suspended in the ceiling. The cost, size and functionality of the PCs became a prohibitive factor. Ryan Neimi of Sunset Dynamics decided to move to a PLC design. While the PLC met the custom control, cost and size requirements, it lacked the accuracy and real-time control that the application demanded. The company chose Rabbit’s BL2600, a cost-effective single-board computer in a small, complete package that met the application’s accuracy and real-time control requirements. “We selected the Rabbit 3000 based BL2600 single-board and Dynamic C,” said Neimi. “Compared with brewing up our own motion control board and producing the firmware from scratch, the established code base included with Dynamic C allowed very rapid software development.” Theatrical Performance Stage BL2600 Single-Board Computer Desktop Computer 8 | rabbit.com Motion Control Winches Harness APPLICATIONS With Digi International’s acquisition of Rabbit in 2005, Rabbit embarked on an exciting path to integrate features on-chip as well as new technologies including Wi-Fi and ZigBee. In 2006, Rabbit released the next generation Rabbit 4000 microprocessor chip with integrated Ethernet. The Rabbit 4000 opened the door to an offering of products that takes embedded development to the next level. The Rabbit 4000 family gives customers the flexibility to integrate more features into their embedded design. Pin-compatibility in the RabbitCore series enables quick migration for your design by just plugging in another core. The Rabbit 4000 family has proven to be ideal for designs requiring robust Ethernet, larger memory support or new wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi or ZigBee. Companies such as Palladium Technologies and Sunset Dynamics envisioned the opportunities and the extreme value that Rabbit offers. Rabbit is committed to being at the forefront of new technologies, while maintaining the ease of integration. As we continue to improve, we hope that you may someday be part of the Rabbit family and help tell our story. More Customer Success Stories at www.rabbit.com/story PRODUCT CATALOG | 9 DYNAMIC C® SOFTWARE Integrated Development Environment Dynamic C® Software Rabbit’s Dynamic C integrated development environment makes it easy to write real-time software for embedded systems that use a Rabbit microprocessor. It has all the traditional elements of C, plus enhancements that make developing easy and reliable. Development Couldn’t Be Easier The Dynamic C software plus Rabbit hardware support fast development of low-cost intelligent devices that perform a wide range of functions. These functions include switching motors on and off, actuating valves, controlling displays, keyboard controls and making telephone calls. 10 | rabbit.com DYNAMIC C® SOFTWARE Dynamic C® You can design real-time embedded systems with enormous flexibility to connect to other systems via a local area network or the Internet. This provides the ability to send emails, serve web pages, accept commands, report exceptions or raise alarms, just to name a few examples. It’s easy to get started. Simply connect one of Rabbit’s development kits to your computer using serial or USB connection. Dynamic C supports device connection to systems via wired or wireless Ethernet, RS-232 and ZigBee. Over 700 sample programs, a variety of supplied routines and hardware drivers will get you up and running, allowing real-time system development in a matter of minutes. Debugging is easy with Dynamic C’s built-in editor. No in-circuit emulator or analyzer is needed. Customizing the Dynamic C Development Environment The software modules bundled with Dynamic C make it possible to customize your programming needs quickly and easily. Use only what you need to configure your development environment. FAT File System Popular, network-accessible file system for flash memories. Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) TCP/IP functionality for serial and PPPoE connections. Library Encryption Executable Program to encrypt Dynamic C library source files. RabbitWeb™ System of HTML tags used to easily create web interfaces to monitor and control embedded applications. μC/OS-II Real-Time Kernel Real-time preemptive, prioritized operating system. Modbus TCP Ethernet variant of the standard communication protocol in industrial automation systems. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management software for networked devices. Rabbit’s Dynamic C is royalty-free. You can develop your product and go into production with no further licensing or paperwork. Dynamic C Add-on Module If you need encryption for your application, you can also add a low-cost module to develop with SSL/TLS and AES. Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit encryption for transfer of sensitive data. AES Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) Industry standard web security for embedded applications. SSL PRODUCT CATALOG | 11 RABBIT® 4000 PERFORMANCE • ON - BOARD E THERNE T • PIN COMPATIBILIT Y Rabbit® 4000 Product Family The Rabbit 4000 family of scalable products delivers reliable, easy-to-integrate embedded solutions with both wired and wireless connectivity. Flexible Connectivity Rabbit 4000 products deliver a wide range of functionality and connectivity options to reduce engineering effort and speed your development with less risk. Use technologies such as Ethernet, ZigBee and Wi-Fi to network subsystems and expand application. ICON LEGEND 4 12 | NEMA rabbit.com RoHS Analog Ethernet Wireless miniSD RABBIT® 4000 • RABBITCORES Rabbit 4000 RabbitCore® Line | Rabbit delivers reliable core modules that make it easy to integrate new features and new industry-standard functions. Rabbit 4000 microprocessor based core modules give you a low-risk path for integrating Ethernet, Wi-Fi and ZigBee into your embedded designs while keeping development on schedule. Rabbit helps reduce engineering effort by offering development kits with all the tools you need to design embedded solutions. These kits include a core module, prototyping board, accessories and our Dynamic C® integrated development environment. RCM4510W RabbitCore® Module Easily implement a wireless mesh network as part of your control solution. • On-board ZigBee/802.15.4 wireless connectivity • Rabbit 4000 running up to 29.49 MHz • 512K flash memory/512K data SRAM • Up to 40 configurable GPIO • 1.84” × 2.85” × 0.54” (47 mm × 72 mm × 14 mm) RCM4400W RabbitCore® Module Use industry-standard wireless networking to create a low-cost, low-power, Wi-Fi based control and communications solution. • Integrated Wi-Fi/802.11b wireless connectivity • Serial-to-Wi-Fi bridge capability • Rabbit 4000 running up to 58.98 MHz • 512K flash memory, 512K data SRAM, 512K fast program-execution SRAM • Up to 35 configurable GPIO • Low-power modes down to 2 kHz • 1.84” × 2.85” × 0.50” (47 mm × 72 mm × 13 mm) PRODUCT CATALOG | 13 RABBIT® 4000 • RABBITCORES RCM4300 RabbitCore® Series Mass storage support with the hot-swappable, industry-standard miniSD™ memory cards, plus memory to support algorithmic-intensive applications such as graphics and encryption. • Capability to add up to 1 GB miniSD memory card • Rabbit 4000 running up to 59.98 MHz • 8-channel 12-bit ADC • 512K battery-backed SRAM, 1 MB fast program execution SRAM • 1 MB to 2 MB flash memory • 1.84” × 2.85” × 0.84” (47 mm × 72 mm × 21 mm) RCM4200 RabbitCore® Series Ideal for embedded applications needing 10/100Base-T Ethernet connectivity. There is also an option for on-board 12-bit analog channels. • Rabbit 4000 running up to 58.98 MHz • 10/100Base-T Ethernet, RJ-45 jack • 4 MB or 8 MB serial flash for mass data storage • 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • Up to 35 GPIO with multi-layer alternate pin functions • Synchronized PWM channels with 16-bit counter • 1.84” × 2.42” × 0.84” (47 mm × 61 mm × 21 mm) RCM4100 RabbitCore® Series Delivers serial ports without the cost of Ethernet for embedded control applications needing a small module. • Rabbit 4000 running up to 58.98 MHz • Up to 40 GPIO • 6 CMOS-compatible serial ports • 512K flash memory/256K or 512K data SRAM • Low-power modes • 8-channel, 12-bit A/D converter (RCM4100) • 1.41” x 1.88” x 0.49” ( 36 mm × 48 mm × 12 mm) 14 | rabbit.com RABBIT® 4000 • RABBITCORES RCM4000 RabbitCore® Series Targeted for embedded control applications needing 10Base-T Ethernet connectivity for remote monitoring. • Rabbit 4000 running @ 58.98 MHz • 32 MB NAND flash for data • 512K flash/512K SRAM • Up to 5 CMOS-compatible serial ports • Low-power modes • 1.84” x 2.42” x 0.77” (47 mm × 61 mm × 20 mm) • Up to 25 GPIO with multi-layer alternate pin functions • 8 channel 12-bit A/D converter A PPLIC AT IO N S P OT L I GHT Rabbit Keeps Things Flowing FMC Technologies Uses the RCM4000 RabbitCore in Petroleum Metering Simulation FMC Technologies manufactures load controllers and flow computers for the liquid petroleum industry, providing customers an efficient way to collect data for controlling valves, pumps and other instruments. In order to perform demonstrations or tests, however, a meter or pulse generator is required. This equipment is very heavy and difficult to set up and use, so FMC wanted to find a way to eliminate it. FMC’s Simumate solution is a portable meter simulator that allows customers to easily test and demonstrate the functionality of load controllers and flow computers. At the heart of the Simumate is the RCM4000 RabbitCore. The Simumate connects to a PC via an Ethernet connection, mimicking an actual meter. Users may customize the meter’s function via a web page and access information about volume, flow rate, temperature and pressure. “The RCM4000 expedited the design process by providing a powerful canned hardware solution and complete, well-illustrated software examples. Its small form factor provided us the ability to easily create a handheld device,” said Patrick Walsh a Electronic Engineer for FMC Technologies. “We are excited about the possibility of swapping the tethered Ethernet Simumate Display for a wireless solution such as the RCM4400W.” With the RCM4000 and Dynamic C, Rabbit helped FMC successfully develop a solution that not only saved time and money, but also helped provide a reliable and costeffective product to their customers. More Customer Success Stories at www.rabbit.com/story PRODUCT CATALOG | 15 RABBIT® 3000 CONNEC TIVIT Y • E THERNE T • EMBEDDED CONTROL Rabbit® 3000 Product Family The Rabbit 3000 microprocessor is designed specifically to deliver the performance of a 16-bit processor in a low-cost 8-bit architecture for embedded applications. Liberate Your Embedded Design The Rabbit 3000 microprocessor based family of embedded products offers a wide range of proven hardware for real-time applications. Choose from either core modules, designed to provide an easy way to add functionality to your own board designs, or single-board computers (SBCs). Both offer a choice of features such as Ethernet, expandable memory, and analog to let you tailor the solution to your application. ICON LEGEND 4 16 | NEMA rabbit.com RoHS Analog Ethernet miniSD RN RabbitNet Compliant RABBIT® 3000 • RABBITCORES Rabbit® 3000 RabbitCore® Line | Accelerate your development process by adding Rabbit 3000 RabbitCore modules to your board. Not only can you add functionality, but you can also change the module to adapt to a new application or new requirement. By using proven Rabbit 3000 microprocessor based hardware, you can focus on overall system design, while keeping the project schedule on track. RCM3900 RabbitCore® Series The most feature-rich Rabbit 3000 microprocessor based module. • Rabbit 3000 @ 44.2 MHz • 52 GPIO • 512K flash memory, 512K program execution SRAM, 512K data SRAM • Up to 5 serial ports • 1 GB flash mass storage option (can be hot-swapped) • 2-channel Quadrature decoder • 1.85” x 2.73” x 0.86” (47 mm x 69 mm x 22 mm) • 10/100Base-T Ethernet port RCM3750 RabbitCore® Module Designed for small, cost-sensitive applications requiring 10/100Base-T Ethernet connectivity. • Rabbit 3000 @ 22.1 MHz • 33 digital I/O, alternate I/O bus • 10/100Base-T Ethernet • 4 serial ports • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 2.95” x 1.20” x 0.89” (75 mm x 30 mm x 23 mm) RCM3700 RabbitCore® Series The lowest priced Rabbit 3000 microprocessor based core module designed for Ethernet/Internet applications. • Rabbit 3000 up to 22.1 MHz • 10Base-T Ethernet connectivity • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 4 serial ports • 2.95” x 1.20” x 0.88” (75 mm x 30 mm x 22 mm) PRODUCT CATALOG | 17 RABBIT® 3000 • RABBITCORES RCM3600 RabbitCore® Series The lowest priced Rabbit 3000 family core module, designed for embedded applications that do not require Ethernet connectivity. • Rabbit 3000 up to 22.1 MHz • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 33 digital I/O, alternate I/O bus • 4 serial ports (IrDA, HDLC, asynch, SPI) • 2.11” x 1.23” x 0.62” (54 mm x 31 mm x 16 mm) RCM3400 RabbitCore® Series The smallest Rabbit 3000 family core module, intended for applications needing analog inputs. • Rabbit 3000 @ 29.4 MHz • 8-channel 12-bit A/D with programmable gain • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 47 GPIO • 5 serial ports • 1.37” × 1.16 “ × 0.31” (35 mm × 29 mm × 7.9 mm) RCM3365 RabbitCore® Series Supports removable xD Picture memory cards up to 128 MB that can be hot-swapped when the power is on. Designed for data-intensive applications. • Rabbit 3000 @ 44.2 MHz • 10/100 Base-T, RJ-45 port • 32 MB NAND flash (RCM3365 only) • xD Card slot (can be hot-swapped) • 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 52 GPIO • 6 serial ports RN 18 | rabbit.com • 1.850” × 2.725” × 0.86” (47 mm × 69 mm × 22 mm) RABBIT® 3000 • RABBITCORES RCM3305 RabbitCore® Series Designed for applications needing serial flash and 10/100Base-T Ethernet. RN • Rabbit 3000 @ 44.2 MHz • 49 GPIO • 10/100Base-T Ethernet • 6 serial ports • 4 MB to 8 MB serial flash • 1.850” × 2.725” × 0.86” (47 mm × 69 mm × 22 mm) • 512K SRAM plus 512K SRAM for data RCM3200 RabbitCore® Series Designed for applications needing 10/100Base-T Ethernet connectivity but not serial flash memory. • Rabbit 3000 up to 44.2 MHz • 256K SRAM for data • 10/100Base-T Ethernet • 52 GPIO • Up to 512K fast flash and up to 512K SRAM for program • 6 serial ports • 2.73” × 1.85” × 0.86” (69 mm × 47 mm × 22 mm) RCM3100 RabbitCore® Series Rabbit 3000 microprocessor based core module without Ethernet. • Rabbit 3000 @ 29.4 MHz • Low power “sleepy” modes • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM (<2mA) • 1.85” × 1.65” × 0.55” • 54 GPIO (47 mm × 42 mm × 14 mm) • 6 serial ports RCM3000 RabbitCore® Series Intended for embedded systems needing 10Base-T Ethernet connectivity. • Rabbit 3000 @ 29.4 MHz • 52 GPIO • 10Base-T Ethernet • 6 serial ports • Up to 512K flash memory/512K SRAM • 2.73” × 1.85” × 0.86” (69 mm × 47 mm × 22 mm) PRODUCT CATALOG | 19 RABBIT® 3000 • SINGLE-BOARD COMPUTERS Rabbit® 3000 Single-Board Computer Line | Rabbit 3000 based single-board computers (SBCs) are easy to use, come in a variety of form factors, and interface easily with other devices via Ethernet or serial communications. BL2600 Series The BL2600 series offers our largest feature set, along with the capability to add functions to fit the requirements of your application. • Rabbit 3000 @ 44.2 MHz • 10/100Base-T Ethernet or 10Base-T and non-Ethernet options available • 512K flash memory and 512K SRAM • Molex type connectors for industry standard wire harness connectivity • 36 GPIO • 5 serial ports • 12 analog channels: eight 11-bit A/D inputs and four 12-bit D/A outputs • Available RabbitNet™ expansion and miniSD or xD removable card options RN • 4.85” × 4.96” × 1.00” (123 mm × 126 mm × 25 mm) BL2500 Series SBCs available with or without the 10Base-T or 10/100Base-T option. • Rabbit 3000 @ 29.4 MHz • Molex type connectors for industry standard wire harness connectivity • 6 serial ports (2 RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, 2 CMOS) • 16 digital inputs and 8 digital high-current sinking outputs • Two 9-bit PWM analog output channels • One 8-bit analog input channel • 6 serial ports • 3.94” × 3.94” × 1.16” (100 mm × 100 mm × 29 mm) with Ethernet RN 20 | rabbit.com • 3.94” × 3.94” × 0.80” (100 mm × 100 mm × 20 mm) without Ethernet RABBIT® 3000 • SINGLE-BOARD COMPUTERS LP3500 Series Compact, low-power series designed to operate in remote locations that do not need Ethernet connectivity. On-board analog option. • Rabbit 3000 @ 7.4 MHz • 26 industrialized I/O + 1 relay • Low operating consumption: <20 mA at 7.4 MHz • 3.65” × 2.60” × 0.45” (93 mm × 66 mm × 11 mm) • Power-save mode draws <100 µA A PPLIC AT IO N S P OT L I GHT Rabbit Captures the Moment Marvell Consultants and Picsolve Develop Theme Park Camera Solution with RCM3200 There are moments during an amusement park ride when it would be fun to take a picture, but physically impossible to do so. Picsolve specializes in digital photographic solutions for theme parks and tourist locations. The company wanted to use digital cameras to obtain close-up pictures of 190 guests in a theater. Pre-determined points, such as exciting scenes, trigger the cameras to take a photograph. picture is taken, the raw image data is transferred to external SRAM. The RCM3200 then transfers the raw data to the PC using the TFTP protocol. Steve Marchant of Marvell Consultants chose the RCM3200 RabbitCore to help Picsolve provide customers with a picture perfect experience. The RCM3200 waits for a user datagram protocol (UDP) from the host PC, then toggles input to a complex programmable logic device, which starts the timed exposure of the cameras. Once the In addition to reducing the cabling nightmare that other solutions might have incurred, the cost-effective RCM3200 offers plenty of memory, I/O and processing power. Plus, Dynamic C provides straight forward development, reducing development time. “In this tough environment, we needed an industrial grade solution working over long cable runs. We settled on the idea of using Power over Ethernet to supply power and communications to each camera over a single UTP cable,” said Marchant. Rabbit provided Picsolve with a means to rapidly develop a reliable solution, at an affordable price. More Customer Success Stories at www.rabbit.com/story PRODUCT CATALOG | 21 RABBIT® 2000 Basic Embedded Connectivity and Control Rabbit® 2000 Product Family The Rabbit 2000 microprocessor based product family features clock speeds up to 30 MHz and wired connectivity for embedded control. Low-Cost Embedded Control Rabbit 2000 microprocessor based products include single-board computers (SBCs), modular embedded systems, and operator interfaces, which provide wired connectivity such as serial ports for RS-232 and RS422/485, as well as Ethernet. ICON LEGEND 4 22 |NEMA rabbit.com RoHS Analog Ethernet RABBIT® 2000 • SINGLE-BOARD COMPUTERS Rabbit® 2000 Single-Board Computer Line | These compact, easy-to-use SBCs are used worldwide for a broad array of applications. The Rabbit 2000 based SBCs are available in a variety of form factors and offer different options for wired connectivity. BL2100 Series SBC with enhanced feature set, Ethernet connectivity and keypad/display. • Rabbit 2000 @ 22.1 MHz • 40 digital I/O • 10Base-T Ethernet, RJ-45 connector • 11 A/D inputs and 4 analog outputs • 4 serial ports • Optional backlit 122 x 32 display, 7 user-relegendable keys, 7 LEDs • Provision for 0.1” IDC or friction-lock connectors BL2000 Series SBC with basic options for Ethernet and analog inputs. • Rabbit 2000 @ 22.1 MHz • 10Base-T Ethernet, RJ-45 connector • Up to 28 digital I/O • Up to 11 A/D inputs and 2 analog outputs • On-board relay • Provision for 0.1” IDC or friction-lock connectors BL1800 Series Our most compact and lowest cost SBC for small cost-sensitive applications. • Rabbit 2000 up to 29.5 MHz • Up to 15 configurable I/O • 1 low-grade A/D Input and 2 analog outputs • 4 serial ports • 64 mm x 89 mm PRODUCT CATALOG | 23 RABBIT® 2000 • SR9000 SMART STAR™ SYSTEM SR9000 Smart Star™ System | SR9000 is a Rabbit 2000 microprocessor based scalable embedded control system that you can customize for real-time control and data acquisition applications. The modular Smart Star system offers multiple options such as Ethernet connectivity, digital and analog I/O, and a keypad and display unit. Top: SR9050 Left: SR9010 Right: Keypad display attached to SR9010 SR9010 • 8-slotted backplane with 1 slot for CPU card and 7 slots for I/O cards • Optional keypad/display interface SR9050 • 4-slotted backplane with 1 slot for CPU card and 3 slots for I/O cards • Optional keypad/display interface 24 | rabbit.com RABBIT® 2000 • SR9000 SMART STAR™ SYSTEM The following are CPU cards, I/O and relay cards, and the keypad/display available for the Smart Star control system. Smart Star™ CPU Cards • Model SR9150 – Rabbit 2000 microprocessor based CPU card with 10Base-T RJ-45 Ethernet port • Model SR9160 – Rabbit 2000 microprocessor based CPU card without Ethernet Smart Star™ Digital I/O Cards • Model SR9200 – 16 inputs and 8 sinking outputs • Model SR9205 – 16 inputs and 8 sourcing outputs • Model SR9210 – 8 inputs and 16 digital sinking outputs • Model SR9215 – 8 digital inputs, 16 sourcing outputs • Model SR9220 – 8 inputs and 8 sinking outputs Smart Star™ A/D Converter Cards • Model SR9300 – Eleven 12-bit analog inputs (0–10 V) • Model SR9310 – Eleven 12-bit analog inputs (±10 V) Keypad/Display Module The Keypad/Display plugs directly into the backplane, and offers an operator interface for the SR9000 expandable system. • 122 x 32 graphic LCD with programmable backlight • 7 relegendable keypad • 7 user programmable LEDs • Meets NEMA 4 water resistance • Model SR9320 – Eleven 12-bit analog inputs (4–20 mA) Smart Star™ D/A Converter Cards Smart Star™ Relay Cards • Model SR9400 – Eight 12-bit analog outputs (0–10 V) • Model SR9500 – 6 relays: 1 SPDT, 5 SPST, including snubbers • Model SR9410 – Eight 12-bit analog outputs (±10 V) • Model SR9420 – Eight 12-bit analog outputs (4–20 mA) • Model SR9510 – 8 SPDT relays, no on-board snubbers PRODUCT CATALOG | 25 OPERATOR INTERFACES INTELLIGENT TERMINAL S WITH I/O Operator Interfaces Rabbit offers a range of keypads and displays that complement our boards and systems. These interfaces allow for easy integration of interactivity to your embedded control application. Embedded Control Interfaces The Rabbit line of operator interfaces provides the data acquisition and display functionality to support most real-time systems. Options include connectivity with Ethernet and RabbitNet, touchscreen capability, and NEMA 4 water resistance. All operator interfaces include both RS-232 and RS-485 capability. ICON LEGEND 4 26 | NEMA rabbit.com RoHS Analog Ethernet RN RabbitNet Compliant OPERATOR INTERFACES OP7200 eDisplay Intelligent operator interface that offers a complete range of features. • 1/4 VGA display (320 × 240 pixels) • 10Base-T Ethernet, RJ-45 connector • RabbitNet Expansion • Up to 27 industrialized digital I/O protected to ±36V • Meets NEMA 4 water resistance • Optional 8 A/D inputs • Optional 4096 × 4096 analog touchscreen • 5.67” × 4.41” × 1.70” (144 mm × 112 mm × 43 mm) RN OP7100 Smart Screen Easy-to-integrate graphic display that connects via RS-485/RS-232; ideal for remote terminals, automated machinery and control systems. • 1/4 VGA display (320 x 240 pixels) • Vertical or horizontal orientation • Wide viewing angle • 16 digital I/O • Meets NEMA 4 water resistance • Touchscreen matrix (optional) • 8.0” x 5.4” x 0.25” (203 mm x 137 mm x 6 mm) RN OP6800 Minicom Small, low-cost intelligent terminal interface. • 122 x 32 graphic display/keypad • 24 industrialized digital I/O • Meets NEMA 4 water resistance • 4 serial ports • Optional 10Base-T Ethernet • Compact 4.50” × 3.60” × 0.30” (114 mm × 91 mm × 7.6 mm) RN PRODUCT CATALOG | 27 APPLICATION KITS Complete Embedded Solutions Application Kits Rabbit offers a wide range of application kits with all the necessary hardware and software to get your project up and running quickly. Apply Our Solution Rabbit application kits provide sample programs and reference designs to give you a head start in your development, even with new technology. You can test and debug your design in real time with the kit hardware, allowing you to finish faster than ever expected. Reduce your design risk with Rabbit application kits! 28 | rabbit.com APPLICATION KITS Rabbit RIO® Programmable I/O Kit The Rabbit RIO programmable I/O kit demonstrates how to expand the I/O and features of any microprocessor design. See how to add additional digital I/O, PWM, TRIAC signals, input capture, and quadrature channels. The kit provides a complete development platform to get you started. • Rabbit RIO programmable I/O chip • RCM4110 RabbitCore module • Rabbit RIO prototyping board • AC adapter and programming cable • Complete Dynamic C software and sample programs Wireless 802.15.4 Application Kit Implement a practical, low-cost, low-power network of remote devices communicating via IEEE 802.15.4. • RCM3720 RabbitCore module • 10Base-T Ethernet • Uses Digi’s XBee® RF modules for simple wireless connections • Sample programs and libraries to develop Ethernet-to-wireless gateway functionality and networking communications • Simple HTML programming with refresh • User-friendly web interface for IEEE 802.15.4 network setup, RF modem configuration and firmware update functions Bluetooth® Application Kit Generate a Bluetooth design using the hardware and software provided. The 2.4 GHz FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) technology ensures high reliability and minimal impact from interference. • RCM3100 RabbitCore module and prototyping board • Bluetooth radio modules to plug directly into supported RabbitCore modules and SBCs • Dynamic C integrated development environment • Bluetooth drivers, libraries, sample programs and manuals PRODUCT CATALOG | 29 APPLICATION KITS Wireless Control Application Kit Program a Rabbit single-board computer (SBC) using standard software environments commonly used for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). The kit includes two Digi RF modems operating at frequencies of either 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz, and is a template for a robust wireless implementation where a serial connection is required. The modems are coupled with a DIP-switchable RS-232/422/485 interface board and they regularly outperform more expensive RF modems. • LP3500 SBC • 2 FCC approved, license-free Digi RF modules: a 900 MHz XCite™ and a 2.4 GHz 24XStream® • Complete software libraries and samples • ModBus control and PPP support for serving web pages • Simple web programming with real-time refresh • User-friendly interface for simple wireless set-up and configuration Camera Interface Application Kit Enable your customers to monitor and control from their desktop via LAN communication with machinery, sensors and other serial devices. You can also add SSL and AES encryption software to secure data transmission. The kit contains a VGA camera module, two servos that allow for pan-and-tilt motion, an infrared motion sensor for event triggering, and a RabbitCore module that can support up to 128 MB for storing pictures. Store and manage photos, send event notifications or send the logged files to an FTP server. • RCM3365 RabbitCore module • 10/100Base-T Ethernet • Socket for removable memory • Sample programs demonstrate motion detection, I/O input and timed event capture • FAT file system included for storing and managing photos and data • User-friendly web interface for simple event management 30 | rabbit.com APPLICATION KITS Embedded PLC Application Kit Program a Rabbit single-board computer (SBC) using a standard software environment that is commonly used with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Design engineers in automation and control applications can now make use of more cost-effective hardware solutions from Rabbit, while maintaining their software. • BL2500 SBC • Embedded PLC kernel for the BL2500 SBC • Prototyping wires, connectors and terminals • An ISaGRAF V3.50 workbench Multi-Port Serial-to-Ethernet Application Kit This kit provides the hardware and software necessary for sensors and other serial devices to communicate via a LAN or other network to enable your customers to monitor sensors from their desktop. You can also use other optional software modules to secure data through SSL and encryption. • RCM3700 RabbitCore module with 10Base-T Ethernet connectivity • RS-232 serial ports • Dynamic C integrated development environment • Royalty-free TCP/IP stack in source code • Sample programs and libraries Color Touchscreen Application Kit Add advanced user interface functionality to embedded systems with the Reach Technology color touchscreen and a RabbitCore module. Color touchscreens provide more on-screen information, allowing for better control in industrial automation applications. • RCM3720 RabbitCore module • Audible beeper for audible touch feedback and alarms • 5.7” TFT Hitachi display • Backlight enable and brightness control • Rugged, waterproof NEMA 4 compliant industrial steel enclosure • Supports user-created bitmaps with RLE compression • Extensive API to make programming easier PRODUCT CATALOG | 31 APPLICATION KITS Secure Embedded Web Application Kit 2.0 Secure data transmission is becoming increasingly important. The Secure Embedded Web Application Kit 2.0 provides software tools and sample security programs to build secure web interfaces for new and existing applications. • RCM4300 RabbitCore module • Dynamic C integrated development environment • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) software module • Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) software modules • RabbitWeb system for rapid web development using embedded devices • File Allocation Table (FAT) filing system • Practical Embedded Security book, a reference to secure data transmission • Sample programs GPRS/GSM Application Kit Combine control with wireless GPRS/GSM communication. Enable your customers to change settings and receive alerts from anywhere in the world. They can upload data via wireless communications, send commands from one machine to another, or receive vehicle location and conditions via email. Libraries and sample programs show you how to get started on the project. • RCM3100 RabbitCore module • Enfora™ Spider SA-GL Quad Band wireless modem and antenna • GUI and keypad configuration menu system • Dynamic C integrated development environment 32 | rabbit.com APPLICATION KITS Dedicated to Your Success Fostering Creativity and Boosting Productivity Rabbit’s Applications and Technical Support staff is dedicated in helping new and existing Rabbit users to accelerate their development schedules. We generate applications kits – such as our Bluetooth or Wireless Control Kits – to help our customers learn new technologies, get ideas about how to integrate into embedded systems, and arrive at solutions. Rabbit sets the standard for application kits and we are proud of our exceptional products that boost design engineers’ productivity and creativity. Our experienced technical staff continuously share their vast knowledge though resources such as technical notes, white papers and other available resources. The technical staff also supports the Rabbit Forum where the large community of Rabbit designers can interact to learn more about how to use Rabbit products to solve their design challenges. In addition, Rabbit Technical Support staff responds to questions from individual design engineers whenever they encounter obstacles in their product development efforts. When designers have very broad questions, such as how to use the Rabbit API to configure a network, or questions about protected access in Wi-Fi networks, they can Ask Larry at www.rabbit.com/ support/ask_larry/. Our goal is to help you be successful in your product development. When you consider Rabbit, consider all that Rabbit does to support you. www.rabbit.com/support/ask_larry PRODUCT CATALOG | 33 RABBITCORE® SELECTION GUIDE Selection Guide Rabbit 3000 Rabbit 4000 RabbitCore Selection Guide Model Ethernet/ Wireless Clock (MHz) Prog. Flash Data SRAM RCM4510W ZigBee 802.15.4 29.49 150 mA @ 3.3 V while transmitting/receving, 80 mA @ 3.3 V while not transmitting/receiving, < 20 uA @ 3.3 V while asleep (with ZigBee modem and pins unloaded) 512K 512K RCM4400W Wi-Fi 802.11b 58.98 3.3 V DC +/- 5%, 450 mA @ 3.3 V while transmitting/receiveing, 80 mA @ 3.3 V while not transmitting/receving 512K 512K RCM4310 RCM4300 10/100Base-T 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 350 mA (typ.) @ 3.3 V, 385 mA @ 3.6 V and 85° C (max.) 512K 512K 10/100Base-T 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 350 mA (typ.) @ 3.3 V, 385 mA @ 3.6 V and 85° C (max.) 1 MB 512K RCM4210 10/100Base-T 29.49 3.0-3.6 V DC, 200 mA @ 3.3 V (typ.), (pins unloaded) 512K 512K RCM4200 10/100Base-T 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 240 mA @ 3.3 V (typ.), (pins unloaded) 512K 512K RCM4120 No 59.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 125 mA @ 3.3. V (pins unloaded) 512K 512K RCM4110 No 29.49 3.0-3.6 V DC, 65 mA @ 3.3 V (pins unloaded) 512K 256K RCM4100 No 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 125 mA @ 3.3. V (pins unloaded) 512K 512K 512K 16-bit Input (V DC/mA) RCM4010 10Base-T 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 90 mA @ 3.3 V (preliminary, pins unloaded) 512K 16-bit RCM4000 10Base-T 58.98 3.0-3.6 V DC, 90 mA @ 3.3 V (preliminary, pins unloaded) 512K 16-bit 512K 16-bit RCM3910 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/325 mA @ 44.2 MHz, 3.3 V 512K 512K 512K RCM3900 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/325 mA @ 44.2 MHz, 3.3 V 512K RCM3750 10/100Base-T 22.1 4.75-5.25 V DC/175 mA @ 22.1 MHz 512K 512K RCM3720 10Base-T 22.1 4.75-5.25 V DC/100 mA @ 22.1 MHz 512K 256K RCM3710 10Base-T 22.1 4.75-5.25 V DC/100 mA @ 22.1 MHz 256K 128K RCM3700 10Base-T 22.1 4.75-5.25 V DC/100 mA @ 22.1 MHz 512K 512K RCM3610 No 22.1 4.75-12.6 V DC/60 mA @ 22.1 MHz 256K 128K RCM3600 No 22.1 4.75-12.6 V DC/60 mA @ 22.1 MHz 512K 512K RCM3410 No 29.4 3.00-3.45 V DC/97 mA @ 29.4 MHz 256K 256K RCM3400 No 29.4 3.00-3.45 V DC/97 mA @ 29.4 MHz 512K 512K RCM3375 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/250 mA 512K 512K RCM3365 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/250 mA 512K 512K RCM3315 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/250 mA 512K 512K RCM3305 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/250 mA 512K 512K RCM3220 No 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/255 mA 512K 256K RCM3200 10/100Base-T 44.2 3.15-3.45 V DC/255 mA 512K 256K RCM3110 No 29.4 3.15-3.45 V DC/75 mA 256K 128K RCM3100 No 29.4 3.15-3.45 V DC/75 mA 512K 512K RCM3010 10Base-T 29.4 3.15-3.45 V DC/150 mA 256K 128K RCM3000 10Base-T 29.4 3.15-3.45 V DC/150 mA 512K 512K 34 | rabbit.com RABBITCORE® SELECTION GUIDE Development and Starter Kits are available for our line of SBCs, RabbitCores, Operator Interfaces and Smart Star solutions. Everything you need to get started. Serial Flash NAND Flash Removable Memory Config. I/O Digital Inputs Digital Outputs Analog Serial Ports Product Size (mm) Part Number U.S. Development Kit Int’l Development Kit Page No No No 49 — — Yes 6 47 x 72 x 14 20-101-1170 101-1118 — 13 No No No 35 — — No 6 47 x 72 x 13 20-101-1140 101-1173 13 1 MB No Yes 36 — — No 6 47 x 72 x 21 20-101-1139 101-1177 with RCM4300 RabbitCore 14 2 MB No Yes 28 — — Yes 5 47 x 72 x 21 20-101-1138 101-1177 with RCM4300 RabbitCore 14 4 MB No No 35 — — No 5 47 x 61 x 21 20-101-1132 101-1155 with RCM4200 101-1156 with RCM4200 14 8 MB No No 25 — — Yes 4 47 x 61 x 21 20-101-1131 101-1155 101-1156 14 No No No 40 — — No 6 36 x 48 x 12 20-101-1154 101-1157 101-1158 14 No No No 40 — — No 6 36 x 48 x 12 20-101-1093 101-1101 101-1102 14 No No No 29 — — Yes 6 36 x 48 x 12 20-101-1105 101-1157 101-1158 14 No No No 28 — — No 5 47 x 61 x 20 20-101-1112 101-1114 101-1115 15 No 32 MB No 22 — — Yes 5 47 x 61 x 20 20-101-1094 101-1145 101-1146 15 No No Yes 44 4 4 No 5 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-1197 101-1226 with RCM3900 17 No 32 MB Yes 44 — — No 5 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-1196 1 MB No No 31 4 4 No 4 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-1028 101-1049 101-1226 101-1050 17 17 1 MB No No 31 — 2 No 4 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-0961 101-0680 with RCM3700 101-0681 with RCM3700 17 1 MB No No 31 — 2 No 4 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-0675 101-0680 with RCM3700 101-0681 with RCM3700 17 1 MB No No 31 — 2 No 4 30 x 75 x 23 20-101-0674 101-0680 101-0681 17 No No No 31 — 2 No 4 31 x 54 x 16 20-101-0673 101-0678 with RCM3600 101-0679 with RCM3600 18 No No No 31 — 2 No 4 31 x 54 x 16 20-101-0672 101-0678 101-0679 18 No No No 41 3 3 Yes 5 29 x 35 x 7.9 20-101-0562 101-0587 with RCM3400 101-0588 with RCM3400 18 No No No 41 3 3 Yes 5 29 x 35 x 7.9 20-101-0561 101-0587 101-0588 18 No No Yes 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-1055 101-1053 with RCM3365 101-1054 with RCM3365 18 No 32 MB Yes 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-1051 101-1053 101-1054 18 4 MB No No 43 3 3 No 5 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-1068 101-1069 with RCM3305 101-1070 with RCM3305 18 8 MB No No 43 3 3 No 5 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-1067 101-1069 101-1070 19 No No No 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 12 20-101-0522 101-0552 with RCM3200 101-0553 with RCM3200 19 No No No 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-0520 101-0552 101-0553 19 No No No 46 4 4 No 6 42 x 47 x 14 20-101-0518 101-0533 with RCM3100 101-0534 with RCM3100 19 No No No 46 4 4 No 6 42 x 47 x 14 20-101-0517 101-0533 101-0534 19 No No No 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-0508 101-0523 101-0524 19 No No No 44 4 4 No 6 47 x 69 x 22 20-101-0507 101-0533 with RCM3100 101-0534 with RCM3100 19 PRODUCT CATALOG | 35 SINGLE-BOARD COMPUTERS • OPERATOR INTERFACES | SELECTION GUIDE Rabbit 2000 Rabbit 3000 Single-Board Computer Selection Guide Model Ethernet Clock (MHz) Input (V DC/mA) Prog. Flash Data SRAM Digital Inputs BL2610 No 29.4 9-36 V DC/12 W 512K 512K 8 BL2600 10/100Base-T 44.2 9-36 V DC/12 W 512K (512K Prog Exec.) 256K 8 BL2510 No 29.4 8-40 V DC/0.8 W (no load) 256K, 512K Option 128K, 512K Option 16 BL2500 10/100Base-T 29.4 8-40 V DC/0.8 W (no load) 256K, 512K Option 128K, 512K Option 16 LP3510 No 29.4 3-30 V DC/20 mA @ 7.4 MHz 256K 128K 16 LP3500 No 7.4 3-30 V DC/20 mA @ 7.4 MHz 512K 512K 16 BL2130 No 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W (w/o display) , 3 W (w/ display) 256K 128K 24 BL2120 No 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W (w/o display), 3 W (w/ display) 256K 128K 24 BL2110 10Base-T 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W (w/o display), 3 W (w/ display) 256K 128K 24 BL2100 10Base-T 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W (w/o display), 3 W (w/ display) 256K 128K 24 BL2030 No 22.1 9-40 V DC or 24 V AC/1.5 W 256K 128K 11 BL2020 No 22.1 9-40 V DC or 24 V AC/1.5 W 256K 128K 11 BL2010 10/100Base-T 22.1 9-40 V DC or 24 V AC/1.5 W 256K 128K 11 BL2000 10/100Base-T 22.1 9-40 V DC or 24 V AC/1.5 W 256K 128K 11 BL1820 No 14.7 7.5-25 V DC/100 mA 128K 128K 7 BL1810 No 14.7 7.5-25 V DC/100 mA 128K 128K 6 BL1800 No 29.5 8-40 V DC/1.2 W 256K 128K 6 Z180 Rabbit 2000 Operator Interface Selection Guide Model Ethernet Clock (MHz) Input (V DC/mA) Keypad/Display OP6800 10Base-T 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W 132 x 32 Pixel graphic LCD (programable backlight), user-relegenadable keypad with 7-key / 7-LED interface OP6810 None 22.1 9-36 V DC/1.5 W 132 x 32 Pixel graphic LCD (programable backlight), user-relegenadable keypad with 7-key / 7-LED interface OP7200 10Base-T 22.1 9-40 V DC or 22-26 V AC/4 W 4096 x 4096 resistive touchscreen. 1/4 VGA (320 x 240 p) with programmable white LED backlight, 9-key keypad OP7210 10Base-T 22.1 9-40 V DC or 22-26 V AC/4 W 1/4 VGA (320 x 240 pixels) with programmable white LED backlight, 9-key keypad 8 x 8 touchscreen. STN, 320 x 240 pixels, blue-on-white background. Pixel matrix is 4.53” x 3.40” (115 x 86 mm) (0.36 mm pitch). Viewing area is 4.76” x 3.58” (121 x 91 mm). Adjustable contrast with automatic temperature compensation. CCFL backlight with software control. STN, 320 x 240 pixels, blue-on-white background. Pixel matrix is 4.53” x 3.40” (115 x 86 mm) (0.36 mm pitch). Viewing area is 4.76” x 3.58” (121 x 91 mm). Adjustable contrast with automatic temperature compensation. CCFL backlight with software control. OP7100 None 18.432 12-30 V DC/ 4.5 W (backlight on)/ 1.5 W (backlight off ) OP7110 None 18.432 12-30 V DC/ 4.5 W (backlight on)/ 1.5 W (backlight off ) Accessories Rabbit provides many accessories and peripherals to use with our core modules, single-board computers, application kits and development kits. We offer numerous cables, adapter boards, flash memories, headers, connectors and other products for your development process. For more information, please visit www.rabbit.com/peripherals and find what you need to get started. 36 | rabbit.com RS-232-to-USB Converter Cable for USB-Only PCs SINGLE-BOARD COMPUTERS • OPERATOR INTERFACES | SELECTION GUIDE Digital Outputs Config. I/O Analog Serial Ports Product Size (mm) Part Number U.S. Starter Kit Int’l Starter Kit Page 4 16 Yes 5 123 x 126 x 25 20-101-0891 20-101-0891, 101-0626 20-101-0891, 101-0627 20 20-101-0889, 101-0626 4 16 Yes 5 123 x 126 x 25 20-101-0889 8 — Yes 6 100 x 100 x 20 20-101-0576 20-101-0889, 101-0627 8 — Yes 6 100 x 100 x 29 20-101-0575 101-0577 101-0578 20 10 — No 6 66 x 93 x 11 101-0526 20-101-0525, 101-0529 20-101-0525, 101-0530 21 10 — Yes 6 66 x 93 x 11 20-101-0525 101-0526, 101-0529 101-0526, 101-0530 21 16 — No 4 87 x 105 x 24 20-101-0464 20-101-0464, 101-0482 20-101-0464, 101-0483 23 16 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 24 20-101-0463 20-101-0463, 101-0482 20-101-0463, 101-0483 23 16 — No 4 87 x 105 x 24 20-101-0462 20-101-0462, 101-0482 20-101-0462, 101-0483 23 16 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 24 20-101-0461 20-101-0461, 101-0482 20-101-0461, 101-0483 23 10 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 21 20-101-0457 101-0457, 101-0472 101-0457, 101-0476 23 10 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 21 20-101-0456 101-0456, 101-0472 101-0456, 101-0476 23 10 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 21 20-101-0455 20-101-0455, 101-0472 20-101-0455, 101-0476 23 10 — Yes 4 87 x 105 x 21 20-101-0430 101-0430, 101-0472 101-0430, 101-0476 23 5 15 Yes 4 64 x 89 x 16 20-101-0358 101-0363 101-0364 23 4 14 Yes 4 64 x 89 x 24 20-101-0357 101-0363 101-0364 23 4 14 Yes 4 64 x 89 x 19 20-101-0356 101-0363 101-0364 23 — 20 20 Prog. Flash Data SRAM Digital Inputs Digital Outputs Analog Serial Ports Board Size (mm) Enclosure Size (mm) Part Number U.S. Starter Kit Int’l Starter Kit Page 256K 128K 13 11 No 4 66 x 76 x 28 114 x 91 x 7.6 20-101-0654 20-101-0492, 101-0500 0-101-0492, 101-0501 27 256K 128K 13 11 No 4 66 x 76 x 28 114 x 91 x 7.6 20-101-0497 20-101-0497, 101-0500 20-101-0497, 101-0501 27 256K 128K 19 8 Yes 4 119 x 95.3 112 x 144 x 43 101-0535 20-101-0535, 101-0543 20-101-0535, 101-0544 27 256K 128K 16 8 No 4 119 x 95.3 112 x 144 x 43 101-0536 101-0536, 101-0543 101-0536, 101-0544 27 512K 128K 8 8 No 2 137 x 203 x 6 137 x 203 x 6 20-101-0303 20-101-0303, 101-0306 27 512K 128K 8 8 No 2 137 x 203 x 6 137 x 203 x 6 101-0304 101-0304, 101-0306 27 DB-9 to 10-Pin Flat Ribbon Connector Serial Cable Rabbit Cloning Board for Copying Compiled Software PRODUCT CATALOG | 37 I/O EXPANSION CARDS | SELECTION GUIDE Model Description Voltage Environmental Board Size (mm) Part Number Starter Kit with Ethernet (U.S./Int’l) Starter Kit without Ethernet (U.S. / Int’l) SR9010 8 slots: 1 for CPU 7 for I/O expansion cards 9-30 V DC/1 A -40° C to +70° C 165 x 107 x 14 20-101-0512 101-0427, 101-0486, 101-0512 101-0427, 101-0506, 101-0512 24 SR9050 4 slots: 1 for CPU 3 for I/O expansion cards 9-30 V DC/1 A -40° C to +70° C 95 x 112 x 19 20-101-0487 101-0427, 101-0486, 20-101-0487 101-0427, 101-0506, 20-101-0487 24 Voltage Environmental Board Size (mm) Part Number Page SR9150 10Base-T Ethernet port, 512K flash memory, 128K SRAM, 3V battery backup, 3 serial ports, real-time clock, five 8-bit timers and one 10-bit timer @ 22.1 MHz 5 V DC/190 mA -40° C to +70° C 102 x 79 x 25 20-101-0486 25 SR9160 Same as above without Ethernet port 5 V DC/190 mA -40° C to +70° C 102 x 79 x 25 20-101-0506 25 Expansion Card Specifications Part Number Page SR9200 16 inputs and 8 outputs, sinking 20-101-0389 25 SR9205 16 inputs and 8 outputs, sourcing 20-101-0437 25 SR9210 8 inputs and 16 outputs, sinking 20-101-0390 25 ST9220 8 inputs and 8 outputs, sinking 20-101-0391 25 SR9300 Eleven 12-bit @ 100 kΩ, 0-10 V DC, up to 10,000 samples/sec. 20-101-0392 25 SR9310 Eleven 12-bit @ 100 kΩ, +/-10 V DC, up to 10,000 samples/sec. 101-0423 25 SR9320 Eleven 12-bit @ 249 Ω, 4-20 V DC, up to 10,000 samples/sec. 20-101-0444 25 SR9400 Eight 12-bit, 0-10 V DC update rate 16 kHz 20-101-0393 25 SR9410 Eight 12-bit, +/-10 V DC update rate 16 kHz 101-0394 25 SR9420 Eight 12-bit, 4-20 mA, update rate 16 kHz 20-101-0445 25 SR9500 6 total: 1 SPDT, 5 SPST (including snubbers) 20-101-0395 25 SR9510 8 SPDT (no onboard snubbers) 20-101-0440 25 Digital I/O Model Analog Input I/O Description Analog Output I/O Model Relya I/O Rabbit 2000 CPU Card Backplane Smart Star Selection Guide 38 | rabbit.com Page GLOSSARY Glossary AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) An encryption standard that uses 128-, 192- and 256-bit keys to secure sensitive data. Compiler Software that translates a program written in a high-level programming language (C/C++, COBOL, etc.) into machine language. A compiler usually generates assembly language first and then translates the assembly language into machine language. A utility known as a “linker” then combines all required machine language modules into an executable program that can run in the computer. Debugger Software that helps a programmer debug a program by stopping at certain breakpoints and displaying various programming elements. The programmer can step through source code statements one at a time while the corresponding machine instructions are being executed. Dynamic C® An integrated development environment that combines an integrated C compiler, editor, loader and debugger designed specifically for Rabbit® microprocessor based products. Embedded System An electronic system that uses a CPU chip, but is not used in a general-purpose workstation, desktop or laptop computer. Found in transportation, such as automobiles, planes, trains and space vehicles, and industrial controls, such as machine tools, robots and access security. Embedded systems are also found in consumer electronic products like cameras, cell phones, handhelds and toys, as well as in office appliances like copiers, phone systems and temperature controls. Ethernet The standard local area network (LAN) access method. A reference to “LAN,” “LAN connection” or “network card” automatically implies Ethernet. Defined by the IEEE as the 802.3 standard, Ethernet is used to connect computers in a company or home network as well as to connect a single computer to a cable modem or DSL modem for Internet access. FAT (File Allocation Table) A file system developed by Microsoft® that is the primary file system for consumer versions of Microsoft Windows®. IEEE 802.15.4 A standard which specifies the physical layer (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) for low-rate wireless personal area networks (LR-WPANs). It is the basis for the ZigBee and MiWi specifications. MCS™ (Megabyte Code Support) The capability in the Dynamic C version 10 development environment that enables designers to use over 1 MB of SRAM for shared code and data. Operator Interface A graphical interface to a specialized computer (DCS, PLC or PAC) used in an embedded system, such as on the factory floor, or built into a ruggedized terminal. It provides a remote interface to the push buttons, switches and gauges found on the equipment itself. An operator interface may not offer the rich graphics and flexibility of a Windows-based interface. RabbitCore® Module Compact, Rabbit microprocessor based board that mounts directly onto a user-designed motherboard and act as the controlling microprocessor for the system. PRODUCT CATALOG | 39 GLOSSARY RabbitNet™ Point-to-point synchronous protocol developed by Rabbit to connect peripheral cards to a master. The signals themselves are differential RS-422, which are series-terminated at the source. Peripheral cards and masters connect using standard 8-conductor CAT 5/6 Ethernet cables into RJ-45 female connectors. Rabbit RIO® A device from Rabbit that interfaces to almost any microprocessor to add I/O connections and features, such as PWM functionality. nodes on a network. The name SAMBA comes from inserting one vowel, twice, into the name of the standard protocol used by the Microsoft Windows network file system, “SMB” (Server Message Block). RJ-45 (Registered Jack-45) A telephone connector that holds up to eight wires. RJ-45 plugs and sockets are used in Ethernet and Token Ring Type 3 devices. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Consists of a set of standards for network management, including an Application Layer protocol, a database and a set of data objects. RS-232 (Recommended Standard-232) A TIA/EIA standard for serial transmission between computers and peripheral devices (modem, mouse, etc.). Using a 25-pin DB-25 or 9-pin DB-9 connector, its normal cable limitation of 50 feet can be extended to several hundred feet with high-quality cable. RabbitWeb™ Consists of enhancements to our Dynamic C compiler, and extensions to our embedded HTTP server, to enable the development of HTML forms for web pages that interface with C variables in embedded networked applications. RF (Radio Frequency) Module A packaged semiconductor device, including an antenna, used as a wireless communication port for either a ZigBee connection or an IEEE 802.15.4 connection. RFU (Rabbit Field Utility) The utility allows binary image files generated by Dynamic C to be loaded to Rabbit targets without Dynamic C. 40 | rabbit.com RS-422 (Recommended Standard-422) A TIA/EIA standard for serial interfaces that extends distances and speeds beyond RS-232. RS-422 is a balanced system requiring more wire pairs than its RS-423 counterpart and is intended for use in multipoint lines. Both use either a 37-pin connector defined by RS-449 or a 25-pin connector defined by RS-530. RTOS (Real-Time Operating System) A master control program that can provide immediate response to input signals and transactions. Smart Star™ Rabbit’s backplane based modular and expandable embedded control system designed for demanding real-time control and data acquisition applications. SMB™ (SAMBA) An application-level protocol used primarily to provide shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous communications between SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) A cryptographic protocol that provides secure communications on the Internet. 10Base-T An Ethernet port that supports 10 Mbps. 10/100Base-T A 10/100 Ethernet port that supports two speeds: 10 Mbps (10Base-T) and 100 Mbps (100Base-T). TLS (Transport Layer Security) A cryptographic protocol, similar to SSL, that provides secure communications on the Internet and came after the development of SSL. Wi-Fi® (Wireless-Fidelity) A logo from the Wi-Fi Alliance that certifies network devices comply with the IEEE 802.11 wireless Ethernet standards. In the early 2000s, Wi-Fi/802.11 became widely used (initially 802.11b, then 802.11g), and within a short time, all laptops and other handheld devices came with Wi-Fi built in. ZigBee® A wireless network used for home, building and industrial control. It conforms to the IEEE 802.15.4 wireless standard for low-cost, low-power networks.
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