fido5000 REM Switch

fido5000fido5000The REM Switch is a 2-Port embedded Ethernet switch that interfaces to any processor including any ARM® CPU and Innovasic’s fido1100® Communication Controller.  Innovasic’s PriorityChannel™ Technology has been integrated into the switch’s hardware architecture and designed into the REM switch software drivers.  The protocols supported are PROFINET Class C (IRT) and Class B (RT), EtherNet/IP with and without DLR, ModbusTCP, EtherCAT, SERCOS, and POWERLINK.  The REM switch comes with a software driver for each protocol.  The software drivers provide an API for integration with any field device or controller protocol stack.  Innovasic is certifying REM and its software drivers at each protocol’s sponsoring industry organization using Innovasic’s RapID Platform.  The basic features of the REM Switch are listed below.

  • 324-lead UBGA RoHS-Compliant Package
  • -40 to +85C Industrial Temperature Range Rating
  • 3.3V I/O
  • IEEE 802.3, 10/100/1000 Mb/s, Half and Full Duplex, IPv6 and IPv4 Communication
  • 2 independent ports – RMII, MII, or GMII interface per port
  • Host Interface Transfer Rate of 32-bits every 24ns
  • PI Net Load Class III Capable
  • DLR (supervisor and node, announce and beacon-based), MRPD, HSR, PRP, Shared Device, Controller Redundancy
  • IEEE 1588 v2 – Ordinary clock; both peer-to-peer and end-to-end transparent clocks; raw frames and UDP
  • Eight independent timer signals synchronized with the IEEE 1588 v2 clock source
    • Four timer signals are independently programmable as either timer capture events or timer output events
    • Four timer signals are provided to create programmable periodic waveforms synchronized to the 1588 clock
  • DCP, LLDP, DHCP, RSTP, VLAN, IGMP Snooping Support
  • Forwarding table with aging and learning
  • Ability to drive LEDs for link activity

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