32-bit ARM? Cortex?-M4F MCU based Small form factor Serial-to-Ethernet Converter (TIDA-00226)
Serial communications have been widely used in grid infrastructure equipments. But the limitation of transmission distance and bandwidth of serial communication leads to demand for a more flexible and high-speed method to meet modern smart grid network migration. Ethernet has been accepted as an efficient communications method across industries in the last decade. This design demonstrates bi-directional switching and transmission between serial ports and Ethernet ports, which can enable legacy equipment that has only serial communication in their power grid to communicate with modern, Ethernet-based equipment without any changes to the existing hardware or software.
• Reduced complexity , BOM cost and component count. • 10/100 Ethernet MAC with Advanced IEEE 1588 PTP Hardware and both MII Interface and RMII Interface supported • Provision to Connect to External Boards for Isolated Communication Interface and POE • Onboard Non-isolated CAN and RS-485 PHY • 50-Pin Connector for External Interface with MII/RMII Ethernet PHY • 1024-KB Flash Memory and 256-KB Single-Cycle System SRAM
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