ADwin-Pro II: Processor Module

The heart of ADwin-Pro II

The processor module, the ADwin CPU, is the center of each ADwin-Pro II system. It executes the ADbasic instructions and accesses the inputs, outputs and interfaces of the other modules.

The processor modules Pro-CPU-T12 and Pro-CPU-T11 offer highest real-time computing power and are largely software-compatible to previous versions.


Pro-CPU-T12 (new)

Technical data:

  • XILINX ZYNQ™ with Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9
  • 64 Bit FPU (double precision)
  • 1 GHz processor clock
  • 1 Gigabyte main memory for code and data
  • Trigger input
  • 2 Digital I/Os
  • 5 times the computing power compared to T11
  • Ethernet interface 1000 MBit for communication to the PC

Flexible access:

  • Compatible: Use approved ADbasic code for Pro II hardware
  • Simulink models and C code includeable via ADbasic
  • USB or SATA storage device on the module
    • Boot-USB: USB stick (integrated)
    • Boot-HDD: Hard disk 2,5", up to 2 TByte
    • Boot-SSD: Solid State Disk 2,5", up to 2 TByte
    The SATA device can be integrated into the module or removable. Access to the memory is provided via processor module or via NFS / SMB from the Ethernet network.
  • Stand-alone operation without PC using the Bootloader

Pro-CPU-T11

  • ADSP TS101 (300 MHz)
  • 256 MB DRAM, 768 kB CPU-RAM
  • Trigger input
  • 2 Digital I/Os
  • Ethernet interface 100 MBit/s for communication to the PC,
    effective data throughput 10 MB/s
    New since rev. E10: 1000 MBit/s for communication to the PC
  • Bootloader option for stand-alone operation
  • New since rev. E10: Delivery option with additional memory device. You can select:
    • Boot-USB: USB stick (integrated)
    • Boot-HDD: Hard disc 2,5", up to 2 TByte
    • Boot-SSD: Solid State Disk 2,5", up to 2 TByte
    The SATA device can be integrated into the module or removable. Access to the memory is provided via processor module or via NFS / SMB from the Ethernet network.

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