The RMB-S prototyping board is designed to allow systems engineers to evaluate
and rapidly prototype with the 8051 family of microcontrollers. Most of the
more popular 8051 microcontrollers are supported with this easy-to-use modular
board. The designer changes microcontrollers by plugging in different daughter
boards. The RMB-S supports all of the derivatives of the Infineon 8051
microcontroller line: the 80C31 / C32, 80C535 / 515A, 80C537 / 80C517A, and
Infineon' new C50x series that run at speeds of up to 40 MHz. The RMB-S also
supports other manufacturers 8051 chips, including the 83C51, 87C51, and
Intel's 8052AH with Basic.
- 8051 family of microcontrollers running at
12MHz (8031 / 8032 at 11.0592MHz)
- Designed to work with future 8 bit
- On board 5 volt power regulator
- 2 fully duplexed serial ports with a Rs232
driver, serial ports terminate on DB9 connectors
- 12 to 36 input / output bits
- 32K EPROM and 32K SRAM, with two sockets
for an additional 64K of memory
- Machine screw sockets under all
- Power supplied to the board by way of a 2
position terminal block
- Power on LED
- Operating temperature 0 to 70C
- Large solderless breadboard
- Two solderless terminal strips allow
access to all microcontroller ports
- Prototyping components
The daughter boards:
- DA40 for the 8051 family in 40-dip format.
- DA44 for the 8051 family in 44-pin PLCC
- DA68 for the 80515 family in 68-pin PLCC
- DA84 for the 80537 family in 84-pin PLCC
A novel feature of the RMB-S board is the large solderless breadboard and user
input / output devices, consisting of push buttons, DIP switches, LEDs,
seven-segment displays, a speaker. and potentiometers. Rapid prototyping is
achieved by connecting prototyping components to microcontroller ports and
control lines on the breadboard. Software can then be written and downloaded
to the RMB-S board to test the prototype. The board has ample space for
building user-designed analog and digital application circuits to be
interfaced with the microcontroller.
Reads51 is an integrated applications software
development system, which runs on an IBM PC or compatible host. Reads51 allows
writing, compiling, assembling, debugging, downloading, and running
applications software in the MCS-51 language. Reads51 contains a C compiler,
relative assembler, linker/locator, editor, chip simulator, assembly
language debugger, and host-to-board communications in a user-friendly,
Tutorial Source Code is provided to quickly get a new user
familiar with our systems.
Documentation for our products includes a review of the software
and hardware, sample programs, a description of the inner workings of the RROS
including user-accessible system calls, and a full set of circuit diagrams.
Documentation for kits also includes an assembly manual. All of our
documentation is available on the web and the CD ROM shipped with the boards.
Standard Package includes: The RMB-S with all 4 daughter
boards and the 80C535 processor, 32K EPROM, 32K RAM, Reads51 software, User's
Guide for board and software (download from the web), fuzzy logic software rFLASH,
example programs, and software tutorial. An assembly manual is
included with kits and bare boards.
Schools, Students (with valid school ID), and US military personal receive a
10% discount on all products.
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