These kits will help you test, evaluate, and write apps for our range of BASIC/C-programmable IoT modules.
The EM1001 is a standalone board that does not incorporate the EM1000 module. The board, however, is so closely related to the EM1000 module in features and I/O arrangement, that it is possible to perform EM1000 performance and features evaluation using the EM1001 instead.
Being a self-sufficient board, the EM1001 does not require a host PCB to plug into. Connect the power, plug in the Ethernet cable, and the board is ready for testing.
The ultimate platform for developing terminal and automation applications based on the EM1000 module (and, optionally, the GA1000 Wi-Fi add-on).
Comprised of a motherboard carrying the EM1000, and a number of additional boards carrying a display (several types available), keypad, serial ports and I/O.
For more information, see the EM1000TEV documentation.
An ideal tool for developing and testing multi-port serial applications based on the EM1000 module (and, optionally, the GA1000 Wi-Fi add-on).
Includes the motherboard with the EM1000 module, and an I/O board with four RS232 ports.
For more information, see the EM1000EV documentation.
The EM1206EV board plus accessories. The board comes with the RJ203+EM1206 module combination (soldered in) and, optionally, the GA1000 Wi-Fi add-on.
Also included on the board are the RJ45 jack with magnetics, power jack and regulator, one RS232 port with DB9 connector, LEDs, MD (setup) button, and a pin header for accessing the module's I/O pins.
For more information, see the EM1206EV documentation.
This kit is a two-board design consisting of a mainboard and an I/O board, which is available in two versions.
The mainboard carries a socket for the EM500 "MiniMo" module (included), RJ45 jack with magnetics, power jack and regulator, LEDs, and the MD (setup) button.
For more information, see the EM500EV documentation.