Sep 22, 2006 - 10:03:00 PM
SAN DIEGO - September 22, 2006 - NetBurner has introduced its first product specifically targeted at providing developers with a platform for interfacing Embedded Ethernet to Control Area Networks (CAN). This low-cost and high-performance device targets the most demanding and cost sensitive applications.
Embedded Ethernet to CAN Bridge
This fully customizable platform is based on the 32-bit Freescale Semiconductor MCF5234. Running at 147Mhz, the NetBurner CB34-EX provides a fully customizable Ethernet to CAN bridge using the NetBurner development kit. Designed for industrial serial to Ethernet applications, the CB34EX can be mounted directly on a DIN rail or used as a stand alone external CAN to Ethernet bridge.
NetBurner has made a business out of simplifying the implementation of embedded Ethernet products. The NetBurner solution provides fully functional hardware, an integrated development environment, a rich library of network API functions and deployment tools. Together, these features ease the development process enabling shorter time to market.
Developers can use a complete set of example projects as a starting point for the end application, or they can use the project wizard to create a blank network-enabled project. The deployment tools enable over-the-network debugging, field upgrades and module diagnostics.
Deployment tool features include network IP address configuration, flash programming and real-time operating system (RTOS) task status reporting. The full-featured TCP/IP stack, RTOS, Web server, C/C++ compiler and deployment tools are included at no additional cost.
The CB34-EX is available September 15th, 2006, at a price of $239USD in single piece quantity.
Established in 1998, NetBurner offers a full range of module solutions that are both pin and software compatible. Targeted at both the experienced and the inexperienced network designer, NetBurner offers the power of a full featured stack coupled with ease of use. Together they enable anyone to be on the network and developing right out of the box.