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Invector Ethernet device eyes 8-, 16-bit embedded systems

Posted: 16 Jun 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:invector embedded technologies? ethernet module? iet9000?

Invector Embedded Technologies introduced a new, small sized, 100Mb Ethernet module (IET9000) that can be used in 8 to 16-bit embedded systems.

Measuring 34.5-by-54mm (including a shielded RJ45), the module is suitable for use in modular designs. According to Invector, customers can now easily create products that can be equipped with Ethernet functionality very late in the production line, reducing their need to produce two versions of the same board.

The module can be configured to accept both 8 and 16-bit data buses, as well as both 3.3V and 5V supply voltage. IOs that are 5V-tolerant allows the device to be connected to traditional 5V powered embedded systems. It is also fully pin compatible with its predecessor IET8900, a 10Mb module.

An evaluation kit is available which can be delivered with one or two modules. The kit also includes a source code for a TCP/IP stack together with a driver which can be used for most microcontrollers to quickly evaluate the module. Data sheets and manuals can be downloaded from Invector's website.

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