Based on the Rabbit® 3000, the RabbitCore RCM3209 series provides the capability to integrate real-time control and Ethernet connectivity into your design. Engineers are freed from the limitations of serial port communications, allowing worldwide connectivity using low-cost networking hardware. The RCM3209 series replaces the previous RCM3200 versions as it adds the full industrial temperature spec.
The RCM3209 series and Dynamic C® are designed in a complementary fashion for maximum performance and ease of use. Rabbit’s industry-proven Dynamic C is a C language environment that includes an editor, compiler and in-circuit debugger; no in-circuit emulator is required. An extensive library of drivers, sample programs and royalty-free TCP/IP stack with source code is included.
The RCM3200 RabbitCore module series is a compact, simple solution to implement embedded functionality with options for 10/100Base-T Ethernet connectivity and industrial temperature range.
RabbitCore modules mount directly onto a user-designed motherboard and act as the controlling microprocessor for the system. The Ethernet device used on the RCM3209 series is able to detect automatically whether a crossover cable or a straight-through cable is being used in a particular setup, and will configure the signals on the Ethernet jack interface accordingly.
The RabbitCore family of microprocessor core modules is designed to facilitate rapid development and implementation of embedded systems.
The RCM3200 series is powered by the Rabbit 3000 microprocessor with extensive integrated features and a C-friendly instruction set designed for use with the development system
Develop programs with our industry-proven Dynamic C® integrated development environment, which includes an editor, compiler, and in-circuit debugger. This environment reduces effort and speeds hardware and software integration. Rabbit provides an extensive library of drivers and sample programs, along with royalty-free TCP/IP stack with source.
Download the program from your PC via USB or serial port, and debug right on the target hardware – no in-circuit emulation is required.