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CS8900CQ ETHERNET CONTROLLER National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
ETHERNET LAN CONTROL ASAP Semiconductor NICHICON Not Provided 9912 15PT
PIC32MX764F128H Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided MCU Core. 80MHz, 1.56 DMIPS/MHz, 32-bit MIPS M4K ® Core. USB 2.0 On-The-Go Peripheral with integrated PHY. 10/100 Ethernet MAC with MII/RMII Interfaces. 2 x CAN2.0b modules with 1024 buffers. 8 Dedicated DMA Channels for USB OTG, Ethernet, and CAN. 5 Stage pipeline, Harvard architecture...
ENC624J600 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Microchip's ENC624J600 offers low-cost stand-alone 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interface controller with integrated MAC & PHY, hardware cryptographic security engines and factory preprogrammed unique MAC address. A 24-Kbyte on-chip RAM buffer is available for TX and RX operations. The ENC624J600...
PIC18F87J60 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and Instrumentation. - IEEE 802.3 compatible Ethernet Controller- Fully Compatible with 10/100/1000Base-T networks- Integrated MAC and 10BASE-T PHY- Up to 128KB Flash- 8KB Ethernet Buffer- Support for Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast packets- Programmable wake-up on multiple packet formats,including Magic...
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  • Ethernet Controller Communication with the IOC-7007 (.pdf)
    . The rest of this note refers to the controller as a DMC-22x0, however the same instructions apply for all ethernet controllers including the DMC-21x0, 21x2, and 14x5. For the DMC-34x5 setup, see the IOC User Manual.
  • Converting from a PC-based PCI Controller to an Ethernet Controller (.pdf)
    Many Systems Engineers find it desirable to switch from a PCI Motion Controller to a stand-alone Ethernet solution. Reasons for doing this can be any of the following: 1. Economics- Eliminating the PC and using a standalone motion controller can provide immediate cost savings. 2. Space- Even new
  • Using the Ethernet to Communicate Between Multiple Controllers (.pdf)
    This application note deals with standard ethernet controllers such as the DMC-2100, 2200, 21x2, 21x3, 1415,1416, and 1425. Standard straight-through "patch" cables should connect each controller to a hub. For 1 and 2 axis "Distributed Controllers" such as the DMC-3415, 3425 - this application note
  • Embedded Ethernet Reference Design
    This reference design demonstrates how to set up an Embedded Ethernet web server on a C8051F12x device. It provides instructions on how to set up and use the AB2 Ethernet Daughter Cards and example web servers that use the CMX Micronet TM protocol stack. It also provides example low-level Ethernet
  • Distributed Ethernet Control Options (.pdf)
    The design of an Ethernet-based control system requires the engineer to choose how the data will transfer between devices. Standard Ethernet controllers, third-party IO, host PCs, and virtual multi-axis controllers can be combined in a wide variety of configurations that best suit the specific
  • ESD Protection Ethernet Data Lines
    chip and/or Ethernet Controller. Without sufficient protection, the PHY/Controller chip can be rendered inoperable.
  • Embedded Ethernet System Design Guide
    Embedded systems today are small, fast, and very powerful. Embedded connectivity stands at the forefront of harnessing the power of today's embedded systems. The CP220x is an Ethernet Controller that integrates Ethernet functionality into a single 5 x 5 mm package. When placed in an embedded system
  • Why Ethernet Can Be Your Best Connection
    Ethernet, fieldbus, and PCI are the latest networks vying for dominance in the industrial motion-control arena. The winning technology will need industry support and confidence to ensure long-term viability. EDITED BY John R. Gyorki Compumotor's 6K4 controller connects to the Ethernet network

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