Ethernet I/O module for applications that require small size introduced by UEI

WALPOLE, Mass., 16 June 2015. United Electronic Industries (UEI) in Walpole, Mass., is introducing the UEINet series Ethernet I/O module (Cube) for applications requiring a very small size with the capabilities to support virtually any input, any sensor, and any interface I/O.

Jun 16th, 2015
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

WALPOLE, Mass., 16 June 2015. United Electronic Industries (UEI) in Walpole, Mass., is introducing the UEINet series Ethernet I/O module (Cube) for applications requiring a very small size with the capabilities to support virtually any input, any sensor, and any interface I/O.

The device measures 2.7 by 4 by 4.1 inches and is based on UEI's PowerDNA Cube architecture. The extremely rugged chassis is rated for operation from -40 to 70 degrees Celsius, and can withstand 5 Gs of vibration and 100 Gs of shock.

The UEINet is designed to support a wide range of high- and low-voltage analog and digital signals, and operates with two primary subsections: a core module and an I/O board.

The UEINet platform is a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS). It is compatible with more than 60 of UEI's analog, digital, and interface I/O boards, including ARINC-429, MIL-1553, CAN, RVDT/LVDT, synchro/resolver, RS-232/422/485, strain gauge, and quadrature encoder.

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It also can run Simulink models for actual hardware-in-the-loop testing and rapid prototyping while users remotely monitor and tune parameters. The UEINet supports Windows, Linux, VxWorks, QNX as well as MATLAB and LabVIEW.

For more information contact United Electronic Industries online at www.ueidaq.com.

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