I/O modules form the logical extension of control units. They increase the number of inputs and outputs or provide special functions.
They also simplify the wiring inside a mobile machine through the connection and control using the CAN bus. I/O modules are positioned close to the appropriate actuators and sensors. The position in the machine can be identified via hardware encoding; the modules can be configured using software.
- STM32F205 32 bit, 120 MHz
- 1 MB Flash
- 1 CAN interface
- 4 half bridges 10 A (can be combined into 2 full bridges)
- 32 kB EEPROM
- 4 inputs and 3 outputs
- 8 bit Microcontroller, 16MHz
- 64 kB Flash internal
- 2 kB EEPROM
- 1 CAN interface
- 4 A motor bridge
- Variant 1: 28 inputs
- Variant 2: 24 inputs / 4 outputs
- Variant 3: 20 inputs / 8 outputs
- Variant 4: 16 inputs / 12 outputs
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