I did not have time to take a picture last night of the CAN4VSCP power injector but here it is. As everyone see investments in a better camera is scheduled here at the Paradise of the Frog.
after the recent release of the new version of VSCP & Friends we finally have time to do some hardware development again. Two new modules are available.
CAN4VSCP Power Injector
This module is makes it possible to power 16 x CAN4VSCP modules using the daisy chain connector. It also have two RJ-35 connectors and terminators for the bus on board. Usage is typically to connect several CAN4VSCP boards together in a cabinet, either as a self contained unit or connected to other groups of modules. DIN or wall mount options are available.
Price is EUR 28 and it is available in the FrogShop for immediate delivery.
Accra is a counter board that can count pulses on four channels. In addition to counting pulses it can also measure frequency. The main intended use is for power/water/other meter interfacing using S0 pulses or other means. But there are numerous other usages for this powerful module for sure. The Accra module is capable of outputting an appropriate measurement unit from a pulsed channel and can thus output kWh from a power meter for example or liters of used water from a water meter. This of course make it very easy to handle the data sent from the module, graphing or just collecting it. DIN or wall mount options are available.
The product page for Accra is here.
Price is EUR 28 and it is available from the FrogShop for immediate delivery.
More modules are on the way. A lot of them in fact. We move against Ethernet and wireless domains from here. Connecting the different domains of devices together.
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Also got boards for Moscow, the Power Injector and Frankfurt USB today.
Moscow is a wifi board that connect CAN4VSCP to wifi, typically connects to a VSCP daemon or something like that.
The Power Injector is a board that can be used to connect CAN4VSCP boards together without the RJ-45 cabling by using the expansion (daisy chain) connector of the modules. Will be available in the FrogShop next week.
The Frankfurt USB is the Frankfurt RS-232 with built in USB. That is it is powered from the host. It will be available in two versions. One for DIN mount and one in a boxed version. The boxed version will be the first that will be available. This “thingi” has big buffers in addition to all the features of the Frankfurt RS-232.
Below some live data from the vscp-ux components.