FlyportPRO ETHERNET

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Introduction

FlyportPRO ETHERNET is the professional version of our programmable system-on-module with integrated LAN 10/100 wired connectivity. FlyportPRO provides the easiest way to connect sensors/devices to the Internet in space critical applications for professional customers.
FlyportPRO has a powerful and customizable webserver onboard that you can use as browser based user interface for your systems.
FlyportPRO sends email, exchange data with FTP servers and more.

Supported from IDEpro 2.6 or newer!

You can write your application running on Flyport using the IDE to read input from sensors (analog and digital), send data to the Internet, or remotely control other devices (using the module's digital ports) like relay switches or servo motors and more.
FlyportPRO supports also Firmware upgrade over Internet (FOTA).


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The module has such form factor that it easy to integrate into electronic circuits, by plugging it directly on circuit boards. The easiest way to start using this module is buying a Starterkit

The module provides the embedded world with a powerful ‘Internet engine’ to a browser-based interface over Internet, in a small footprint, at low power and low cost. Real time data can be both displayed and/or updated from a standard web browser, even on smartphone or tablets, because Flyport supports dynamic web pages.

FlyportPRO ETHERNET is powered by openPicus framework based on FreeRTOS. The free IDEpro allows to create applications, to import web pages and to compile and download code to the module.

FlyportPRO ETHERNET also features an embedded WebServer that can host HTML files. This means that you can easily access information like sensor readings (or drive external devices as mentioned previously) using an internal Webpage. The WebServer supports Javascript and Ajax, so the Webpages can show dynamic content to users.

The pinout is flexible: you can remap pin function by software. Pins are used for powering the module, communicating with external devices (sensors, actuators, LEDs, LCD screens, etc.), programming the module and communicating with your computer.
Externally you just need an RJ45 connector with integrated magnetics.

FlyportPRO ETHERNET module is really great for connected automation, Internet of Things and sensors network projects. The connectivity it provides enables direct communication with the Internet and devices like smartphones, tablets and computers.

Features

  • 16 Bit Processor Microchip PIC24FJ256GB206 - 256K Flash - 96K Ram - 16Mips@32Mhz
  • Ethernet Transceiver (Base-T 10/100) Microchip ENC424J600
  • 16Mbit Flash memory onboard (for FOTA and web server)
  • 64Kbit EEPROM
  • RTC onboard (32.768Khz)
  • Remappable pinout by software
  • up to 32 GPIO
  • up to 10 Analog inputs (10 bit ADC onboard + 2.048V precise voltage reference onboard)
  • up to 9 PWM
  • up to 4 UART
  • USB OTG
  • 2 I2C
  • 1 SPI
  • Current consumption:
  • Micro ON and LAN not connected 91mA
  • Micro ON and LAN connected 143mA
  • Connectors (J1,J2) 2*30ways, low profile, pitch 1.27mm female pin header
  • Very compact - 34*34*9mm
  • Dimensions 34 x 34 x 9 mm, 10 grams
  • Temperature range -20°C..+85°C
  • Power Supply 3,3V

FlyportPRO ETHERNET is powered by openPicus framework (based on freeRTOS). The 256K Flash 16bit processor from Microchip runs the TCP/IP Stack and the application layer. This means that you have full control of the connectivity (extremely important for energy saving) and the application (for ex. the PIC microcontroller onboard can process data coming from an analog sensor and display these data on the integrated webserver, or send by email or save to a remote FTP server).

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