Connectivity Options

RS-232

The standard way of communicating with locally attached external devices at up to 230 kbps. Standard is three wire: TxD, RxD, Gnd. Please contact us if you need hardware flow control.

RS-485

An industrial physical interface used for factory automation and long distance higher-speed communications. Speeds up to 3 Mbps; half-duplex standard, full-duplex optional resistor termination. Powered by a rugged industrial driver. More

CAN bus

Used in automotive communications buses, motor controls, and other industrial applications. More

Ethernet

Standard 10/100 Mbps Base-T full-duplex; up to Gigabit on some controllers. Supports DHCP or static IP addressing along with the full range of IP settings and options.

USB host

Attach commonly used devices such as a scanner, keypad, or thumb drive. The thumb drive can be used to update the user’s application in the final system. Also, FTDI USB-serial adapters can be used to add serial ports.

USB device

It can be used to connect to a PC or other host with USB.

I2C

Used to connect to individual electronic sensor components, such as temperature, humidity, accelerometer, etc. It can also be used for general-purpose GPIO expansion. More

GPIO

General-purpose I/O, digital 0-3.3V signaling for output to individual indicators and input from discrete sensors such as switches or push buttons.

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