A new Linux based embedded board has been created called the SCADA which is powered by a Texas Instruments ARM cortex-A8 1-Ghz processor and measures just 110mm X 100mm in size. SCADA has been specifically designed to connect and integrate with the following : RS232/serial interface x 2, RS485 interface x 2, CAN interface, LTE modem, Wifi, Ethernet, eMMC, SD card, USB x 2, 512MB SRAM, 1024K eprom, I2C, SPI, 8 LED’s, 4 switches and 20 GPIO’s.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the embedded board which offers a “rich set” of APIs for quick project startup with applications such as automotive, telecom, medical, remote automation, and industrial control in mind. The SCADA board has been under development for nearly 2 years and is now available via Kickstarter with pledges available from €375.
“SCADA has all of the commonly-needed buses for additional peripherals in embedded applications, packed with multiple functionalities and software that is fully supported by our team. It also has flexible networking which provides clients with hardware that meets most of industrial requirements. With all components, including TI’s AM335x processor commercially available, clients can quickly go from prototype to kick-starter and take their project to production.”
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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