The SKU-054-01 MiniPCI to MiniPCI Express Bus Adapter is designed to expand a modern motherboard and add a MiniPCI Express Bus to it. It converts the standard MiniPCI bus into MiniPCIe bus by allowing the connection of a standard MiniPCIe add-in board to any motherboard MiniPCI connector.
This set comes complete with one MiniPCI Host Card, one MiniPCI Express Adapter board, and one 304mm (12") PCI Express flexible cable. The MiniPCI Host Card is connected to the 126-pin MiniPCI of the host computer's motherboard. The MiniPCI Express adapter board is connected to the host board with the help of the Flat PCI Express cable and the expansion MiniPCI add-in board can be connected to the standard MiniPCI Express connector, provided on the MiniPCI Express adapter board.
The versatile nature of the connection allows positioning of the expansion MiniPCI Express add-in board away from the MiniPCI connector on the motherboard inside the computer chassis. The two mounting holes provided on the MiniPCI Express Adapter board allow it to be securely fixed inside a computer chassis.
Plug 'n' Play
One of the best features of this adapter is that it supports Plug-and-Play operation and works right out of the box without any software installation on the computer. The MiniPCI Host Card features surface-mounted LEDs that indicate the PCI express Link status and also display the "PRESENT" status of the expansion MiniPCI express add-in board.
The adapter is powered from the motherboard via the MiniPCI Host Adapter.
The M-504 is Artila's 2nd-generation ARM9- based box computer with pre-built Linux kernel and file system.
The Tag Connect TC2030-MCP-10 cable is 254mm (10") long; offering the greatest flexibility for hard to reach boards. However, for fast interfaces the shortest cable length is recommended and this should be borne in mind as long cables may prove to be unreliable in a few cases".
The Tag Connect TC2050-IDC-430 legged cable for use with MSP430 / FET430.
The Amfeltec SKU-064-21 is a flexible x1 PCIe to MiniPCIe Splitter used for expanding modern motherboards with a PCI Express interface. This splitter allows the connection of up to three MiniPCI Express add-in expansion boards to the standard motherboard PCI Express connector. It comes with one x1 PCI Express Host board, three MiniPCI Express Adapter boards, and 3 Flat PCI Express Cables.
The splitter is powered from the motherboard via the PCIe host adapter.
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Now easily add LED signals to the design using the EasyLED Board. The EasyLED Board is a cost-effective yet effective solution for visual indication of output signals. Featuring 8 surface mounted LEDs, the EasyLED Board is used to connect a development system port to LEDs. It features two IDC10 header connectors; one female header (CN2) and one male header (CN1). The user can connect a prototype device using its female IDC10 connector, or can be wired to your system using the make 2x5 pin header. These header connectors make EasyLED Board highly compatible with all development boards. The board supports 3.3V or 5V power supply voltage. This board is supplied with Yellow LEDs. Alternative boards are available fitted with red and green LEDs.
The EasyLED Board is used to indicate the logic level on the development system ports. When a pin is driven high (logic 1), the appropriate LED connected to that pin gets illuminated. Similarly, if a pin is driven low (logic 0), the appropriate LED remains off.
The user can use the EasyLED board with EasyPULL board in order to provide the device pin to VCC or GND via resistors and have visual indication of output signals via LED.
Introduce shake functionality to the device with the Shake2Wake click board. The board features two chips from Analog Devices: an ADXL362 accelerometer that includes several activity detection modes, which is connected to an ADP195 power switch IC. This power switch IC is in turn connected to a screw terminal for controlling external devices. Upon shaking, the accelerometer sends an interrupt to the switch, which in turn, powers up the external components. The intensity and duration of shaking required for waking it up is programmable, as well as the period of inactivity, which leads to switching off the external device. Shake2Wake click can also function as a regular accelerometer, wherein the board uses the mikroBUS SPI interface for communication to the target microcontroller. This click board is designed to operate using a 3.3V power supply only. Shake2Wake click works on two main operating modes: “measuring” and “wake-up”.
Shake2Wake click is an ideal choice for applications, including hearing aids, home healthcare devices, motion enabled power save switches, wireless sensors, motion enabled metering devices, and many more.
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