Embedded Systems

UEI Announces UEINet Series Ultra Compact Gigabit Ethernet I/O Module

May 22, 2015


United Electronic Industries (UEI) unveils its new UEINet Series Ethernet I/O module (Cube), an ultra compact data acquisition, control and I/O platform housed in a 2.7” x 4.0” x 4.1” chassis. The UEINet is based on UEI’s popular PowerDNA® Cube architecture and is designed for applications requiring a very small foot print with the capabilities to support virtually any input, any sensor, and any interface I/O.

The extremely rugged chassis is rated for operation from -40°C to +70°C, able to withstand 5g vibration and 100g shock and designed to support a wide range of high- and low-voltage analog and digital signals. Delivering unparalleled deployment flexibility, the UEINet module operates with two primary subsections: a core module and an I/O board.

The UEINet platform is 100% COTS and supported by UEI’s family of over 60 compatible analog, digital and interface I/O boards, including ARINC-429, MIL-1553, CAN, RVDT/LVDT, synchro/resolver, RS-232/422/485, strain gauge, quadrature encoder, and more. It can also run Simulink models for actual Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) testing and rapid prototyping while users remotely monitor and tune parameters.

The UEINet supports all popular operating systems and programming languages, including Windows, Linux, VxWorks, QNX as well as an extensive array of application packages, including MATLAB and LabVIEW. Pricing starts at $995 with ARO availability ranging from 2 to 6 weeks depending on volume.

For more information, visit http://www.ueidaq.com
 


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