Linux Powers Programmable Automation Controller
Sep 30, 2007, 20:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Taiwan-based embedded networking device vendor Artila
Electronics has announced a new programmable automation controller
targeting facility management, remote device monitoring, building
automation, and machine control. The iPAC-5010 is powered by a
180MHz ARM9 core, and comes with Linux and a GNU toolchain.
"The iPAC-5010 is based on Artila's own M-501
'system-on-module.' The M-501 integrates a 180MHz ARM9-based
AT91RM9200 MCU (microcontroller unit) with 32MB of RAM, 16MB of
flash, and an Ethernet PHY..."