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    An abundance of features in a tiny package.

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    Bring the internet to your machinery.

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MIC


The manufacturing internet connector (MIC) adds intelligence to machinery where none currently exists. By utilizing a unique combination of digital, analog, and relay I/O ports, MIC can not only monitor counters and sensors, it can send commands to equipment from operators and software. Add communication, control, and convenience to your devices.

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Specifications

I/O Connections

  • Relay: 4 outputs
    • Normally open
    • 5A/30VDC 5A/250VAC
  • Digital input: 4 inputs
    • 0-24VDC
  • Counters: 4 counters
    • 50Hz (50% duty cycle
    • 32 bit
  • Analog input: 4 channels
    • 0-5V input range
    • 10-bit resolution
  • USB ports: 4 x USB 2.0

Other Ports

  • HDMI
  • 3.5mm analog audio jack
  • Not accessible
    • Camera serial interface (CSI)
    • Digital serial interface (DSI)
    • 12C

Operating System

  • Linux (Raspbian Jessie)
  • Software/hardware development environment:
    • Python
    • Python3
    • GCC
  • Whetstone (MWIPS): 711
  • Dhrystone: 2458

Network Interface

  • 10/100 MBPS Ethernet
  • 802.11n Wireless LAN
  • Bluetooth 4.0

Power

  • 5VDC
  • 2A
  • Micro-USB
  • 0.100" diameter barrel connection

Onboard Hardware

  • SoC: Broadcom BCM2837
  • CPU: 64-bit, 1.2 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A53
  • GPU: Broadcom VideoCore IV @ 400MHz
  • Memory: 1 GB LPDDR2-900 SDRAM
  • Storage: MicroSD 8GB

Physical

  • 4.6875" D x 4.00" W x 1.75" H (11.91 cm D x 10.16 cm W x 4.45 cm H)
  • Operating Temperature: 0-70° C

Accessories

EDAS-1007A-1

EDAS-1007A-1

10/100Base-T cable, 2 meters

Downloads

MIC Programming Manual

User manual and hardware interface guide for the MIC. *COMING SOON!*