Ordering Info and Specifications

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The EM200 has two sub-models in circulation- the EM200-00 and EM200-01. The EM200-01 is a RoHS-compliant version of the EM200-00. There are no other differences between these two versions. Currently, only the EM200-01 is being manufactured.

Specifications

 

Ethernet interface

100/10BaseT Ethernet, magnetics not built-in

Serial ports

1 port; UART, Wiegand(1), and clock/data(1) modes

UART capabilities

Baudrates up to 115'200bps; none/even/odd/mark/space parity and 7/8 bits/char.;  full-duplex UART mode with optional flow control(1) and half-duplex UART mode with automatic direction control(1); RX, TX, RTS(1), CTS(1), DTR(1), and DSR(1) lines provided.

Number of I/O lines

9 (TX and RX lines of the serial port are not included into this count)

Max. load current for each I/O line

10mA

Flash memory

128KBytes, 64KB available for your Tibbo BASIC/C application

EEPROM memory

2048 bytes, 2040 bytes available to store application data

Supported network protocols(1)

UDP(1), TCP(1), ICMP (ping)(1), and HTTP(1). Other protocols (such as DHCP) are implemented as Tibbo BASIC/C functions.

Number of simultaneous UDP or TCP (HTTP) connections(1)

16(1)

Nominal power supply voltage (VCC pin)

DC 5V, +/- 5%

Max. operating current

220mA

Device temperature during operation(2)

55 degrees C

Operating temperature

-10 to +70 degrees C

Operating relative humidity

10-90%

Mechanical dimensions (excl. leads)

32.1x18.5x7.3mm

Pin diameter

0.4mm

Packaging

EM200-01: tube, 10 modules/tube

EM200-B-01: tray, 30 modules/tray

 

Notes:

1.Actually a feature of TiOS firmware.

2.Measured at 22 degrees C ambient temperature, in the non-enclosed environment.

 

All specifications are subject to change without notice and are for reference only. Tibbo assumes no responsibility for any errors in this Manual, and does not make any commitment to update the information contained herein.

 

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