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We read you loud and clear! NetBurner’s new Embedded Core Module is our answer to your call for an ARM® Cortex®-Powered processor for your next masterpiece. We can hardly contain ourselves so we’re providing a preview before we Supernova! The all-new NetBurner ARM® Cortex®-Powered Core Module is here to accelerate and de-risk your product development path for serious IoT and embedded applications!

The NetBurner ARM® Cortex®-Powered Core Module follows in the footsteps of our other fast and highly reliable Ethernet Core Modules. In contrast, it features a powerful Microchip®/Atmel® SAM E70 32-bit ARM Cortex-M7 embedded processor SoC (System On a Chip) rather than our NPX/Freescale® ColdFire® processors. It also offers a galaxy of brilliant features like a preloaded Real-Time OS (RTOS), high-speed serial peripherals, data converters and I/O, 10/100 MBPS Ethernet, real-time clocks and timers.

NetBurner ARM core module

Our core modules quickly and reliably Ethernet-enable and network your products and components. The Core Module can function as a modern and robust web server that supports communications via HTTPS/SSL/SSH, a host of industrial automation protocols, serial, I2C, SPI and more. NetBurner’s new ARM® Cortex®-Powered Core Module provides a spectrum of support for IoT applications in sensor fusion, industrial automation, robotics, audio processing, image and video processing, and automotive.

Be sure to keep your eyes to the sky! On sale at www.Netburnerstore.com in Q1 2018! Newsletter subscribers will get an email when we begin accepting orders.

To satiate a bit of your curiosity, we’ve provided some key benefits, highlights and features:

Key Benefits:

  • High performance with ARM Cortex-M7 300-MHz processor
  • Floating point unit (FPU) and DSP for high-precision computing and accelerated data processing
  • Low-power / High Energy Efficiency
  • Flexible memory, Memory Protection Unit (MPU) and system peripherals
  • Reliability of ARM and Microchip/Atmel
  • CMOS image sensor interface
  • Industrial Temp Range (-40C to +85C)
  • Developers Kit available
  • Optional Wi-Fi available

Module Hardware Features:

  • NetBurner Part Number - MODM7AE70
  • Embedded Core Processor
    • Microchip®/Atmel® SAM E70 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M7 processor at 300 MHz clock speed
    • Single and double precision hardware Floating Point Unit (FPU)
    • DSP Instructions, Thumb®-2 Instruction Set
  • Memories
    • 2 MBytes embedded flash
    • 8 MBytes SDRAM
  • I/O
    • Standard NetBurner module 100-pin form factor
    • Pinout functionality based off existing product line for ease of hardware migration
    • RJ45 Ethernet or optional header for off-module RJ45 placement
  • Peripherals
    • 10/100 Ethernet with IEEE1588 PTP frames and 802.3az Energy-efficiency support.
    • USB 2.0 Device and Mini Host High-speed (USBHS) at 480 Mbps
    • Two master Controller Area Networks (MCAN) with Flexible Data Rate (CAN-FD) with SRAM-based mailboxes, time- and event-triggered transmission
    • 12-bit ITU-R BT. 601/656 Image Sensor Interface (ISI)
    • 8 UARTS
    • Three Two-Wire Interfaces (TWIHS) (I2C-compatible)
    • Quad I/O Serial Peripheral Interface (QSPI) interfacing
    • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
    • High-speed Multimedia Card Interface (HSMCI) (SDIO/SD Card/e.MMC)̶ Serial Synchronous Controller (SSC) with I2S and TDM support
    • Twelve 16-bit PWMs with complementary outputs, Dead Time Generator, fault inputs motor control and an external trigger
    • 14 Analog to Digital inputs
    • 12-bit 1Msps-per-channel Digital-to-Analog Controller (DAC) with differential and oversampling modes
    • Up to 51 GPIO lines with external interrupt capability (edge- or level-sensitivity), debouncing, glitch filtering and on-die Series Resistor Termination
    • Watchdog Timer
    • Real-Time Clock
    • Temperature Sensor

More on the ARM® SAM E70 CPU used in this NetBurner product can be found in its data sheet:

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