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TF38 UDM (Universal Device Module)

TF38 UDM (Universal Device Module) is the unified platform for the rapid development of the rich featured and easily customizable sensors, controllers and portable indication modules for IoT applications. It is based on the ultra low power and widely used Nordic nRF52840 microcontroller and enabled with the most usable interfaces including Bluetooth Low Energy to connect with mobile devices, routers and building of the mesh networks and a set of the wired connections starting with I2C, SPI and UART ports that make it capable to interact with multiple embedded peripherals and up to the USB device port for the direct PC connectivity. It also has out of the shelf support of the Electronic Paper Display to be used for smart graphic indication and multifunctional human machine interface. The platform can be easily customized for various sensors, controllers and embedded devices from the fully integrated machine parts and up to the handheld devices. Several types of rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries are also supported on the customer’s choice

TF38 ECP (Embedded Communication Platform)

TF38 ECP (Embedded Communication Platform) – high performance communication platform with Linux (optionally Android) as an operating system for the field-side permanently powered (not battery operated) units like routers, data gathering nodes, lightweight servers and high end controller modules to control sensor networks or for complex and high speed objects managing and monitoring. The platform supports programming of the most popular embedded world languages like C and C++, but also allows rapid development in Python to create embedded systems rapidly and limit the development time efforts and budgets. The platform supports the most common wired and wireless communication technologies like WiFi, Bluetooth, cellular connectivity, USB and Ethernet connections, Modbus/RS485 and the regular set of the popular embedded interfaces.

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