Universal USB controller

  • 10-Jan-2011 03:43 EST

The IO-Warrior56 universal USB controller from Saelig allows easy access to input or output functions via a USB bus. The system features 50 generic I/O lines and is an I2C/SPI master, allowing interface with a range of available ICs. Access to the USB is simplified due to design of the system as a generic HID device, and only a few lines of code are needed to access the I/O points. The system supports industrial standard interfaces including I2C and SPI to simplify interfacing to chips, modules, or displays.

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