Now with S-7601 protocol stack !
Better performance but no need to change your S-7600 based programms :-)
Do you like to ...
.. send / receive e-mails?
.. browse the web?
.. build thin http servers?
.. upload realtime data?
.. remotely control machines?
.. use big databases?
.. get server time?
.. use standard RS232?
.. and all embedded with 5V @ 10.9mA ...
Our PPP client enables TCP/IP with your modem!
The i-easy pro PPP iNet Module has got the following features:
- 2 x RS232 Serial UARTs (150 to 115000 Baud),
thereof 1 UART with 8x level conversion (MAX3243) for all Modem Signals and
one TTL-level UART on the MicroController Side
- supports AT-Command Set of common Modems, GSM Modules or ISDN Modems
- implemented Hardware PPP Client
- 8-bit I/O (e.g. send e-mail on event)
- RS232 Application Port (free for your Application)
- 2 full useable iNet Sockets (2 Connections at a time possible,
e.g. 1 Server and 1 Client, 2 Servers or 2 Clients) (Seiko iChip
- Multiprocessor 8-bit RISC Design - one for PPP-TCP/IP, one for your Application
- 32kB Flash AVR Microcontroller
with approx. 28kB free for your Code
(A typical application for sending e-mail and ftp file upload needs about 6-7 kB.).
(ISP Port with Flash-Readout Protection)
- low Power 3.3V Design (incl. Voltage-Regulator)
- only 9mA Power Consumption @ 5V for the whole module
For easy and fast starting the i-easy pro includes the following software:
- CodeVisionAVR and AVR-GCC C Libraries
- getting-started Demo Application
- AVR-GCC Compiler for Windows and Linux
- CodeVisionAVR Compiler Demo-Version
(Note: A full version is needed to compile the Library!)
To get an impression have a look at the available documentation:
- i-easy Software Getting Started
This manual should help you to get the first steps of working with the
The first time steps are:
Installing the AVR-GCC Compiler; installing and configuring AVR Studio;
customising and building the ieasy demo project and flashing the module.
After that we will have a closer look at the principles of TCP/IP and give a first
impression of the i-easy lib.
For more information please contact