Photo Credit: Reddit User, Beanful (https://www.reddit.com/user/Beanful) The Internet of Things has opened the proverbial floodgates (of data) and is redefining the high-water mark daily. Massive
NETWORK PRODUCT KIT WITH ADDON BOARDS
Send email, generate custom web pages, send and receive network data.
The goal: Quickly create a finished product that can be controlled, configured, and monitored using Ethernet.
The method: Add additional functionality with a pre-built add-on board, or create your own custom board. the add-on boards are installed inside the PK70 EX enclosure.
The result: Access device from the Internet or a local area network (LAN)
NetBurner has traditionally offered CPU processor boards that provide easy access via header pins to the general purpose processor and digital I/O. These “core modules” include ram, flash, 10/100 Ethernet and can be programmed using our software tools suite. To use it you have to build a board to plug into and a case to go over it. We have also offered serial to ethernet devices in a finished box all ready to go to deploy as a finished product. We kept getting requests to add features to the box or a box to the processor boards.
The solution is the Network Product Kit – it combines the best of both worlds!
The Network Product Kit combines the design of a finished product, the flexibility of a network module, and the power of the NetBurner development suite into a ready to use platform for use in both prototype or production. The primary advantage of the Network Product Kit is that the electronics are in a professional grade enclosure with a power supply.
The most exciting feature is the Add-on board slot. You can use one of our standard Add-on Boards or create your own.
Just insert the card, add the case, write your software, and you have a finished product!
Modular add-on options:
Ethernet Network Product Kit Core
|Part Number||MHz||RAM||Flash||Digital I/O||Flash Card||UART||I2C||SPI||Other Features|
|PK70EX-100IR||147.5||8MB||4MB||14||On Board||1 TTL||1||1||5-bit address bus and 8-bit data bus with 3-chip selects|
Add-on Board Options
|Part Number||Add-On Board Type||Special Features|
|NBPKX500-100CR||FPGA Board||– Programmable Xilinx Spartan 3E FPGA|
– High-density 62-pin connector
|NBPKBM-100CR||Multi I/O Board||– Eight 12-bit analog-to-digital inputs|
– Two 16-bit digital-to-analog outputs
– 16 digital I/O
|NBPKBD-100CR||Programmable Xilinx Digital I/O Board||– Programmable Xilinx CPLD|
– 32 digital I/O
|NBPKBG-100CR||NTP Timer Server with GPS Board||– Network Time Protocol (NTP) server|
– Precision GPS time reference
|NBPKBP-100CR||Prototype Board||– Create your own Personality Blade|
|NBPKBU-232CR||Quad UART (RS-232) Board||– Network enable up to 4 RS-232 serial devices|
|NBPKBU-485CR||Quad UART (RS-422/485) Board||– Network enable up to 4 RS-422/485 serial devices|
|NBPKBU-MMSCR||Quad UART (RS-232/422/485) Board||– Network enable up to 4 RS-232/422/485 serial devices|
This post is about a network traffic visualizer I built while working for NetBurner. The source is on BitBucket. It is difficult to create informative
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