Simple Sensor Application Kit

Rabbit Semiconductor and Digi-Key introduce the model RCM4300 Sensor Kit

Simple Sensor Application KitThe Simple Sensor Application Kit provides an ideal design reference to interface a Rabbit-based system to a Maxim-Dallas 1-Wire® bus. The kit provides sample applications based on four 1-Wire devices to help users better understand and implement a 1-Wire bus using a prototyping board and a RabbitCore® RCM4300 module. The Simple Sensor Kit is the ideal reference on how to interface any 1-Wire device to any Rabbit® module or processor. The 1-Wire interface is still widely used and is best suited where ZigBee networks are not reliable due to environmental constraints or if the distance between two points is very short.

Using the Dynamic C® integrated development environment and RabbitWeb, designers can create HTML forms for web pages that interface with C variables in embedded networked applications. The capability can reduce weeks or months of complex Common Gate Interface (CGI) programming down to hours and eliminate all of the C programming involved in parsing HTML form input and generating HTML pages based on program variables.

Features Applications
  • 1-Wire based application samples
  • Web Server capability
  • Sample program on how to detect and manage 1-Wire® via a Web Interface
  • Easy-to-use integrated design environment
  • Weather Monitoring
  • Thermostat Control
  • Building Automation
Kit Contents
  • RabbitCore RCM4300 Development Kit with socket for up to 1GB flash memory, used for data storage
  • Simple sensor prototype board with the following 1-Wire devices
  • DS2406 SPST addressable switch
  • DS18B20 temperature sensor
  • DS2450 A/D converter
  • DS2480B line driver
  • Dynamic C 10 CD with sample programs and libraries
  • RabbitWeb
  • Universal Power Supply

Simple Sensor Application Kit

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable Quantity
101-1288 datasheet linkKIT APPLICATION SIMPLE SENSOR101-1288KIT APPLICATION SIMPLE SENSOR0101-1288 product page link
Published: 2009-07-08