Expanded I/O microcontroller

  • 11-Jul-2008 01:31 EDT
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The MC088-015-00000 microcontroller from Sauer-Danfoss is an 88-pin device that includes 42 inputs, 32 outputs, and two CAN 2.0B ports. The device expands the PLUS+1 product family and is suited for mobile machinery requiring a large number of I/O connections in a concentrated space. Three features that augment system compatibility, power, and control include the ability to configure four inputs to read signals in the 4 to 20 mA range, six 6-A digital outputs to control directly higher-power devices such as starter solenoids and incandescent lamps, and 4 MB of onboard flash memory.
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