|1072_0 - PhidgetSBC2|
- Single board computer running Debian 6.0 with access to the full Debian package repository.
- Web based configuration and monitoring interface.
- 64 MiB SDRAM and 512 MiB Flash
- Run custom programs on-board for autonomous operation.
- 6 USB 2.0 Full Speed (12 Mbit/s) ports with built in support for webcams, Phidget USB devices, and other USB devices..
- Integrated PhidgetInterfaceKit 8/8/8.
- Ethernet port. Remotely use attached Phidgets from another computer anywhere over the network.
- Realtime clock with battery backup.
- Wi-Fi Adapter sold separately
Clearance Sale (was $220)
Replaced by the 1073 - Phidget SBC3.
Clearance Sale (was $220)This is the last remaining stock of the 1072.
The PhidgetSBC2 is a Single Board Computer with an integrated PhidgetInterfaceKit 8/8/8. At its most basic, it can be thought of as a Phidget that you connect using a network cable instead of USB. The PhidgetSBC2 also provides six full-speed ports that allow you to use normal USB Phidgets over its network connection. This can extend the effective range of a Phidget from USB’s maximum of 15 feet, to anywhere that your network reaches.
The PhidgetSBC2 exposes an easy to use interface for setting up and running custom applications on-board. This allows the PhidgetSBC2 to operate autonomously, without the need for a graphical interface or a remote connection at all times.
For more advanced users, the PhidgetSBC is an embedded computer that runs Debian GNU/Linux. We provide full shell access via a built-in SSH server, access to the full Debian package repository, and all of the standard command line tools expected on a modern Linux system.
An integrated PhidgetInterfaceKit 8/8/8 allows you to connect devices to any of 8 analog inputs, 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs. It provides a generic, convenient way to interface your PC and PhidgetSBC with a wide variety of devices and it operates exactly the same way as an external PhidgetInterfaceKit.
|CPU Speed||400 MHz|
|NAND Memory Size||512 MiB|
|SDRAM Size||64 MiB|
|Boot Time||30 s|
|Operating System||Debian Linux|
|Supply Voltage Min||6 V DC|
|Supply Voltage Max||15 V DC|
|Available External Current||500 mA|
|Power Jack Hole Diameter||5.5 mm|
|Power Jack Pin Diameter||2.1 mm|
|Power Jack Polarity||Center Positive|
|Recommended Wire Size||16 - 26 AWG|
|Operating Temperature Min||0 °C|
|Operating Temperature Max||70 °C|
|Power Consumption Base (w/ Ethernet)||1.2 W|
|Number of Analog Inputs||8|
|Analog Input Resolution||10 bit|
|Input Impedance||900 kΩ|
|Analog Input Voltage Min||0 V DC|
|Analog Input Voltage Max||5 V DC|
|5V Reference Error Max||0.5 %|
|Analog Input Update Rate Min||1 samples/s|
|Analog Input Update Rate Max (4 Channels)||1000 samples/s|
|Analog Input Update Rate Max (8 Channels)||500 samples/s|
|Analog Input Update Rate Max (WebService)||62.5 samples/s|
|Number of Digital Inputs||8|
|Pull-up Resistance||15 kΩ|
|Low Voltage Max (True)||900 mV DC|
|High Voltage Min (False)||4.2 V DC|
|Digital Input Voltage Max||± 15 V DC|
|Digital Input Update Rate||125 samples/s|
|Trigger Length Min||3 ms|
|Number of Digital Outputs||8|
|Series Resistance||300 Ω|
|Digital Output Current Max||16 mA|
|Digital Output Voltage Min||0 V DC|
|Digital Output Voltage Max||5 V DC|
|Number of USB Ports||6|
|Available Current per USB Port||500 mA|
|USB Speed||Full Speed|
You can protect your board by purchasing the 3817 - Acrylic Enclosure for the 1072.
- Power Supply
- Cat-5e network cable
- A hardware mounting kit
- User Guide
- Analog Input Primer
- Digital Input Primer
- Digital Output Primer
- Ad-Hoc Networks on the SBC
- Mechanical Drawings
- Download 3D Step File
- Programming Resources
- Download SBC Firmware
When controlling the PhidgetSBC remotely, you can use any Phidgets supported operating systems and languages and you can look at the following code samples that are demonstrating the SBC's PhidgetInterfaceKit functionality.
Support for C, C++, Java, .NET(Mono), Python, etc. can be added from the Debian package repository, as outlined in the product manual.
|The labeling on the underside of the board for the Power Input Terminal is reversed. The correct polarity is as shown below.|