128-pin QIL Pinout
Starter Kit SK27
The DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200 provides a very compact Atmel 180 MHz AT91RM9200 ARM9-based low power embedded controller with USB support, TCP/IP stack, web server, Telnet server, (T)FTP support for embedded networking with Ethernet, USB and wireless connectivity in industrial and laboratory environments. The ADNP/9200 offers the footprint of a 128-pin QIL (Quad-In-Line) socket with 2.54 mm centers (0.1 inch pin grid) and the hardware and software features necessary to add embedded networking capabilities to any product design. The ADNP/9200 was developed specifically for products which need to be connected to 10/100 Mbps Ethernet-based TCP/IP networks and wireless/M2M gateway applications with minimum development costs.
The ADNP/9200 comes as ready-to-run embedded networking system for Ethernet and wireless/M2M gateway applications. The use of the ADNP/9200 will allow you to realize substantial time and costs savings over other chip-based approaches. Currently, there is no other embedded networking solution with pre-installed O/S, wireless expansion, USB host/device, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet- and TCP/IP-based and more development time saving features on the market. There is also no faster Time-to-Market for your product with lower costs if USB host/device, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, full TCP/IP and an embedded Web server or other TCP/IP-based server software are required.
To interface the ADNP/9200 with existing devices and equipment, the ADNP/9200 offers three asynchronous serial RS232C ports with TTL levels (COM1 with handshake signals, COM2 only TxD and RxD, COM3 only TxD and RxD - available over expansion sandwich layer), one USB device port, two USB host ports (compliance with USB 2.0 full-speed and low-speed specification), two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet interfaces, 20-bit general purpose high-speed parallel I/Os, ESL (Expansion Sandwich Layer) connector for wireless expansion and a 16-bit extension bus with interrupt input and chip select outputs. There are two ways for ADNP/9200 integration: 1. Adapt the ADNP/9200 to your existing product. Use the existing I/Os within your product to communicate with the ADNP/9200. 2. Use the ADNP/9200 to control and monitor the hardware of your existing product. This might enable you to replace your existing controller entirely. In a new product design, the ADNP/9200 can be the main controller. Additional I/Os are driven by the 16-bit extension bus and the ESL connector.
The on-board FLASH memory provides storage for the ADNP/9200 operating system with USB driver code, TCP/IP stack and embedded web server as well as OEM applications and data. The FLASH memory is in-system programmable over JTAG, serial and Ethernet interfaces. The boot block of the FLASH memory is only in-system programmable over the JTAG interface through a special cable attached to a PC parallel port. For all other FLASH blocks, you can use also a high-speed serial connection through the ADNP/9200 COM1 port or the 10/100 Mbps Ethernet interfaces for in-system programming. The ADNP/9200 in-system programming was developed for OEM application software, operating system download (i.e. upgrade the embedded Linux O/S) and data download and also to make it easier to update the on-board FLASH content in the field.
DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200: Key Features
DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200: Memory Map
Please note: The mapping and access details of the address range 0x0000.0000 – 0x0FFF.FFFF (AT91RM9200 Internal Memory) depends on the AT91RM9200 configuration. Please see the AT91RM9200 user manual for more information.
DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200: Ordering Information
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