T9451 Embedded Microprocessors


Technical Parameters:

  • Full lineup of 36 discrete, analog and specialty PAC I/O modules
  • Local, Expansion and Remote I/O bases, up to 115,000+ I/O points
  • Auto-discover local and remote PAC bases, I/O and GS drives
  • Hot-swappable I/O, No module placement restrictions, No power budget limitations
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T9451 Embedded Microprocessors

The T9451 has become more and more powerful, the hardware and software of the product has become more and more complex, and the various processors produced by different manufacturers are not compatible, so the majority of embedded application system manufacturers are facing greater challenges. If the direct choice of processor to start designing from scratch, it is not only facing the risk of development failure, but also the development speed is difficult to meet the market demand.

The T9451 not only provides a complete application development platform with standardised hardware and software interfaces, but it can also be tailored to meet customers’ special requirements. Therefore, for embedded application system manufacturers pursuing a shorter time-to-market, this modular solution will undoubtedly be favoured by them more and more. Choosing a modular embedded computer platform to quickly build a new generation of embedded systems has become a major trend.

T9451 is currently widely used in military, industrial control, electronic medical equipment and communications, etc. Its target market generally has the following characteristics: First, the requirement for reliability is higher than the requirement for computing power, and the typical applications include lifts, intelligent traffic signal control, electronic medical equipment, electric power equipment monitoring, banking and ATM monitoring, etc. Second, it requires the lowest development risk and the most advanced technology, which is the most important factor in the development of embedded systems;