EM2000 BASIC/C-programmable IoT Module
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The EM2000 is Tibbo's fastest, as well as the most powerful and versatile BASIC/C-programmable IoT module. The module is a high-performance upgrade to our popular EM1000 device.
The module's hardware features include 100/10BaseT Ethernet port, four serial ports supporting UART, Wiegand, and clock/data modes, four I2C/SPI ports, onboard flash, EEPROM, RTC, and up to 56 I/O lines.
The EM2000 is also excellent for prototyping your projects — it has the standard pin pitch of 2.54mm (0.1").
The EM2000 is fully supported by Tibbo IDE software and a dedicated EM2000 platform that covers all hardware facilities of the module (see "TIDE and Tibbo BASIC Manual"). For convenient testing and evaluation Tibbo offers EM1000TEV and EM1000EV development systems (they are compatible with the EM2000 module). The EM2000 can also support Wi-Fi and GPRS communications.
EM2000 advantages over the EM1000 module
The EM2000 is a high-performance upgrade to our EM1000 device. Here is small list of important improvements:
•32-bit architecture (vs. 16-bit architecture of the EM1000).
•5 to 80 times better performance, depending on the calculations and variable types.
•7 times faster GPIO manipulation.
•3 times larger available user SRAM (66KB vs. 22KB).
•1.5-3.0 times faster graphics.
•2.2 times lower power consumption (100mA vs. 220mA).
•2 times larger flash memory (1MB for TiOS/code + 1MB for the file system vs. 1MB total for TiOS, code, and file system).
•56 I/O lines (vs. 54 lines on the EM1000).
•10/100BaseT auto-MDIX Ethernet port (automatic detection of "straight" and "cross" cables). Standard Ethernet magnetics are NOT integrated into the module.
•Optional GPRS connectivity with the use of an external GPRS module (such as the SIM900).
•Four high-speed serial ports (CMOS-level):
- Baudrates of up to 460,800bps;
- None/even/odd/mark/space parity modes;
- 7/8 bits/character modes*;
- 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.
•RTC with dedicated backup power input.
•56 general-purpose I/O lines. Among them:
- 8 interrupt lines;
- Serial port lines;
- 40 lines that are combined into five 8-bit ports;
- Square wave output, which can be used to control an external buzzer.
•Supports external 320x240 TFT LCD display.
•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 (768KB for the application code alone).
•Additional 1MB flash for hardened fault-tolerant file system.
•2048-byte EEPROM for data storage.
•Three onboard LEDs:
- Green and red main status LEDs;
- Yellow Ethernet link LED.
•Four control lines for status LEDs:
- 2 lines for controlling external green and red status LEDs;
- 2 lines for controlling external "link" and "100Mb" Ethernet LEDs.
•Software-controlled PLL allows to select full, medium, or low speed.
•Reliable power-on/ brown-out reset circuit; no additional external reset circuitry required. Master reset input is also provided.
•Power: 100mA @ 3.3V (100BaseT mode, full speed, with three onboard LEDs on).
•Firmware is upgradeable through the serial port or network (cold network upgrades are also possible).
•Tibbo BASIC/C application can be uploaded and debugged through the Ethernet LAN (no additional debugging hardware is required).
* The EM2000 does not support the combination of 7 bits/character mode and the "none" parity mode.
•Variable Types: Byte, char, integer (word), short, dword, long, real, string, plus user-defined arrays and structures.
•Function Groups: string functions (27 in total!), date/time conversion functions (8), encryption/hash calculation functions (AES128, RC4, MD5, SHA-1), and more.
beep — generates buzzer patterns.
button — monitors the MD (setup) line.
fd — manages flash memory file system and direct sector access.
io — handles I/O lines, ports, and interrupts.
kp — works with matrix and binary keypads.
lcd — controls graphical display panels.
net — controls the Ethernet port.
pat — "plays" patterns on up to five LED pairs.
ppp — accesses the Internet over a serial modem (GPRS, etc.).
pppoe — accesses the Internet over an ADSL modem.
romfile — facilitates access to resource files (fixed data).
rtc — keeps track of date and time.
ser — controls serial ports (UART, Wiegand, clock/data modes).
sock — socket comms (up to 16 UDP, TCP, and HTTP sessions).
ssi — controls serial synchronous interface channels (SPI, I2C...).
stor — provides access to the EEPROM.
sys — in charge of general device functionality.
wln — handles the Wi-Fi interface.
adc — provides access to four ADC channels.