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Migration from OP7100 to newer Rabbit solution

Option 1: Less hardware development

 

BL4S200 (or BL4S210 depending on the type of Ethernet and memory they require)

20-101-1220 BL4S200

101-1270 BL4S200 tool kit

http://www.digi.com/products/wireless-wired-embedded-solutions/single-board-computers/bl4s200#specs

 

Add the RN1600 RabbitNet Keypad/Display Interface card (this uses the RabbitNet port on the BL4S200)**Please note the LCD included in this kit is not a graphic display and is smaller in dimension compared to the OP7100 display**

20-101-0879 

http://www.digi.com/products/model?mid=3850

 

 

Migration path:

- Hardware: Customer would have to redesign HW using the BL4S200 with the RN1600 expansion card, and any serial based LCD. This would take the place of the all in one OP7100

- Software: Customer still uses Dynamic C, just more current version of the software. Customer will still have hundreds of sample programs and pre-written libraries, including ones for LCD interfaces for the RN1600 without having to abandon Dynamic C and losing much of their existing code. Please note, the version of Dynamic C that is used on the BL4S100 is a newer version of Dynamic C, additional modifications to the existing code in the current version of Dynamic C made for the OP7100 will be needed in order to migrate to the newer version of Dynamic C. Please contact Digi tech support or your Digi sales contact for more information.

 

Option 2: additional hardware development

BL4S110

20-101-1256 BL4S110

101-1268 @ BL4S100 tool kit

http://www.digi.com/products/wireless-wired-embedded-solutions/single-board-computers/bl4s100#specs

 

Hardware: Customer would then add their own serial based LCD to the BL4S100. RabbitNet would not be used with this option, hardware would have to be developed for this option.

Software: Customer will still have hundreds of sample programs and pre-written libraries, including ones for serial based LCD’s without having to abandon Dynamic C and losing much of their existing code. Please note, the version of Dynamic C that is used on the BL4S100 is a newer version of Dynamic C, additional modifications to the existing code in the current version of Dynamic C made for the OP7100 will be needed in order to migrate to the newer version of Dynamic C. Please contact Digi tech support or your Digi sales contact for more information. 

 

Last updated: Aug 23, 2017

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