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Adapt9S12ZVC Family Launch

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Building on our popular Adapt11 modular form-factor, we're pleased to introduce Adapt9S12ZVC, a new family of industrial-grade S12Z modules specifically intended for OEM use!  There's no need to get bogged down with the intricacies of circuit board layout, assembly, testing, and re-work for today's fine-pitch microcontrollers.  Just drop a fully-functional, tested Adapt9S12ZVC module into your application, load your firmware, and roll out a finished product in no time!  If replacement is ever needed, swap it out quickly with hassle-free pluggability--  no tools required.

The Adapt9S12ZVC family comprises three different modules, each implementing two different serial interfaces connected to the SCI ports of the MCU, so you can choose any two:  RS232 + USB, RS232 + WiFi-ready, or USB + WiFi-ready.  WiFi-ready configurations include a header for plugging in the popular and low-cost ESP8266-based ESP-01 module, available separate from multiple vendors.  As well, all three modules include a physical-layer CAN transceiver.

These modules are also well-suited for low-volume applications where existing demo or dev boards just don't fit well into your application's physical constraints.  A choice of 11 different connector styles for the 50-pin I/O connector provides the ultimate versatility for your project's topology.

And no need to worry about the board being discontinued by the manufacturer--  Technological Arts has a solid reputation for longevity in the industry for well over two decades, with tens of thousands of boards and modules deployed worldwide. Lean manufacturing ensures low cost and quick turnaround, and technical support comes directly from the product designers.

Click here to order!  Contact us for volume pricing on 25+ units.

 

New Options for Applying MagniV MCUs

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If you are interested in using one of the S12ZVC mixed-signal MagniV microcontrollers in an application, you've had only two choices up until now:  use an NXP demo board, or roll your own hardware design.

The first option provides a quick way to play with some hardware and write some software, but demo boards are not meant to be incorporated into products or OEM equipment, since their purpose is mainly to promote a new MCU rollout.  Besides, quantity and longevity limitations may not suit your application's volume and life cycle needs.

The second option gives you full control of your design, but entails schematic capture, PCB layout, component-sourcing, SMT assembly, design validation, and hardware testing--  that's a lot of work and expense!

Now a third option is available:  two families of OEM modules from Technological Arts have just been launched.

Last Updated ( Friday, 24 August 2018 18:02 )
 

NanoCore12MAXZVC Family Launch

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We're excited to introduce the world's first industrial-grade S12Z modules specifically intended for OEM use!  There's no need to get bogged down with the intricacies of circuit board layout, assembly, and re-work for today's fine-pitch microcontrollers.  Just drop a fully functional, tested NanoCore12MAXZVC module into your application and roll out a finished product in no time!  If replacement is ever needed, swap it out quickly with hassle-free pluggability--  no tools required.  NanoCore12MAXZVC modules are also well-suited for low-volume applications where existing demo or dev boards just don't fit well into your application's physical constraints.  And no need to worry about the board being discontinued by the manufacturer--  Technological Arts has a solid reputation for longevity in the industry for over two decades, with tens of thousands of boards and modules deployed worldwide. Lean manufacturing ensures low cost and quick turnaround, and technical support comes directly from the product designers. Click here to order yours today!