The R167-JIF is an embedded controller designed to accept multiple processors from the Infineon and ST Microelectronics 166 family. The board works with the following processors: SABC167CR and ST10F168 which has both CAN and 256K FLASH capabilities. The board has the CAN physical layer built in and will program the FLASH version of processors. The R167-JIF is designed to run each processor at its fastest speed with no wait states. The R167-JIF uses a socketed oscillator to allow the customer to run the board at various speeds. A 16-bit non-multiplexed data bus and a 16-bit non-multiplexed address bus are implemented. The monitor program or user program is downloaded to RAM using the bootstrap feature on the processors. A set of option headers, make the R167-JIF a flexible hardware platform.
The R-31JP / Reads is the perfect low cost system for those learning the 8051 family and for prototyping applications that use the 8051 for embedded control. The R-31JP accepts 8051 microcontrollers in the 40-pin DIP format including the 80C31, 80C32, 80C51, 80C52, 8052AH with Basic, 83C51, 87C51, DS5000, DS80C320 and the SAB C50x series. Normal operating speed is 11.0592MHz, but other speeds are available to accommodate faster processors. The R-31JP has a large prototyping area to the board for adding your own circuits.
The R-515JC is a six-layer board with separate VCC and Ground planes intended for demanding industrial applications. Ideal for data logging or mixed mode communications. This board is the newest in Rigel's expanding line of 8051 controllers. Its low cost and flexibility also make it ideal as a training platform. The R-515JC has four serial ports, one is a dedicated RS-232 port, one a synchronous serial port, and two which can be configured for RS-232 or RS-422 / RS-485. The R-515JC also has CAN, (Controller Area Network) with the physical layer on-board.
The R-51SD is small (1.2" x 2.25") two-layer board designed for embedded applications using an 8051 in the single-chip mode. It is low cost and flexible, making it ideal as an embedded controller. The R-51SD has 32 I/O lines and one or two serial ports, (two when used with the DS87C520/DS89C420). The board can be used with a wide variety of preprogrammed 8x5x processors in the 40 pin dip package. These include chips by Intel, Philips, Infineon, Atmel, SST, and ISSI (for 44 pin PLCC chips see our R-51SP). The R-51SD is populated with parts on both the top and bottom of board allowing for its extremely small footprint.
The R-51SP is small (1.2" x 2.25") two-layer board designed for embedded applications using an 8051 in the single-chip mode. It is low cost and flexible, making it ideal as an embedded controller. The R-51SP has 32 I/O lines and one or two serial ports, (two when used with the DS87C520/DS89C420). The board can be used with a wide variety of preprogrammed 8x5x processors in the 44 pin PLCC package. These include chips by Intel, Philips, Infineon, Atmel, SST, and ISSI (for 40 pin dip chips see our R-51SD).
The R-535J accepts the 80C535 or 80C515 microcontrollers, which are enhanced 8032 processors in the 68-pin PLCC format. The 80C535 includes a Boolean processor, watchdog timer, A / D converter, and has 28 total I / O bits available. The system bus is available on two headers where the address and data lines of the processor are de-multiplexed. The system bus facilitates interfacing the R-535J to external memory-mapped input / output devices. This board is ideally suited for those wishing to use the 8031, but who need more I / O, or wish to use analog-to-digital conversion. Its small size and low cost make the R-535J perfect as a training board and for embedded control.
Designed to handle demanding control applications, the RIC320 embedded controller is optimized for the Dallas Semiconductor DS80C320. The RIC-320's flexible design allows you to work with only the features needed, but to expand as the application demands. The RIC accepts standard input / output modules from a variety of manufacturers (for example, Grayhill or Opto 22) by way of two 50 pin headers. You may access the same I/O by way of terminal blocks. The RIC320 has keypad and LCD interfaces with software drivers in C and assembly. The keypad interface will run up to a 40 button pad, and the LCD interface up to a 4 line by 40 character LCD display. The board accepts any 40 pin dip 8051 including the 83C51, 87C51, Intel 8052 Basic chip, and the DS5000 series.
Rita-51 is the first board in Rigel Corporation's new line of controllers for Internet Appliances. Rita-51 is a six-layer board with separate VCC and Ground planes intended for internet and intranet applications. The board may be populated with a wide range of high-speed 8051 microcontrollers in the TQFP package. The board uses the CS8900A to directly connect to a 10Base-T Network using a shielded RJ-45 connector. The MCS51 / CS8900A combination takes advantage of readily available hardware and software tools as well as the wealth of publicly available applications source code.
The RMB-166 is an evaluation board for the Infineon 80C166 16-bit high-performance microcontroller in the square plastic quad-flat pack package. The microcontroller is configured to run at 40Mhz with no wait states. A 16-bit non-multiplexed data bus and a 16-bit non-multiplexed address bus are implemented. Several memory options are supported. The default configuration is the 64K RAM and no EPROM mode. In this mode, the monitor program or user program is downloaded to RAM using the 80C166 bootstrap feature. A set of option headers, decoded by GAL devices makes the RMB-166 a flexible hardware platform. All system address, data, and control lines as well as microcontroller ports 2, 3, and 5 are terminated at two 50-post headers. Both 80C166 serial ports are available to the user at RS-232 levels through two DB-9 sockets and a 6-post connector. Serial port 0 is used to communicate to a PC host.
The RMB-S prototyping board is designed to allow systems engineers to evaluate and rapidly prototype with the 8051 family of microcontrollers. Most 8051 microcontrollers are supported with this easy-to-use modular board and a plug-in daughter board. The RMB-S supports all of the derivatives of the Infineon 8051 microcontroller line: the 80C31 / C32, 80C535 / 515A, 80C537 / 80C517A, and Infineon' new C50x series that run at speeds of up to 40 MHz. The RMB-S also supports other manufacturers 8051 chips, including the 83C51, 87C51, and Intel's 8052AH with Basic.