Communication interface converter Tibbo EM 2000

Communication interface converter Tibbo EM 2000 Communication interface converter Tibbo EM 2000


  • 32-bit architecture.
  • Powered by Tibbo OS (TiOS).
  • 10/100BaseT auto-MDIX Ethernet port (no magnetics).
  • Optional Wi-Fi interface (requires the GA1000 add-on module).
  • Can control a GPRS modem* (such as the SIM900).
  • Four high-speed serial ports (CMOS):
    ◦ Baudrates of up to 460,800bps;
    ◦ None**/even/odd/mark/space parity modes;
    ◦ 7** or 8 bits/character;
    ◦ Full-duplex mode with RTS/CTS and XON/XOFF flow control;
    ◦ Half-duplex mode with direction control;
    ◦ Encoding and decoding of Wiegand and clock/data streams.
  • 56 general-purpose I/O lines; 8 lines can work as interrupts.
  • Square wave output (can be used for buzzer* control).
  • 4-channel ADC.
  • 4 synchronous serial ports with SPI and I2C modes.
  • Supports a 320x240 TFT LCD*.
  • Supports matrix and binary output keypads*.
  • RTC with dedicated backup power input.
  • 66KB SRAM for Tibbo BASIC/C variables and data.
  • 1MB flash for TiOS and application code.
  • Additional 1MB flash for the hardened fault-tolerant file system.
  • 2048-byte EEPROM for data storage.
  • Three status LEDs onboard:
    ◦ Green and red main status LEDs;
    ◦ Yellow Ethernet link LED.
  • Four control lines for external status LEDs:
    ◦ Two control lines for green and red main status LEDs;
    ◦ Two control lines for Ethernet "link" and "100Mb" LEDs.
  • Software-controlled PLL allows selecting full, medium, or low speed.
  • Reliable power-on/ brown-out reset circuit.
  • Power: 100mA @ 3.3V (100Base-T mode, full speed).
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 38.4 x 28.4 x 5.5mm.
  • Prototyping-friendly 2.54mm (100mil) pin pitch.
  • Operating temperature range: -40 ~ +80°C.
  • Firmware is upgradeable through the serial port or network.
  • Tibbo BASIC/C application can be debugged through the Ethernet LAN.
  • CE- and FCC-certified.

* Must be connected externally.
** The EM2000 does not support the combination of the 7 bits/character mode and the "none" parity mode.