New Product News
ROGUE SIMPLIFIES DATA
Rogue Robotics introduces the
new uMMC™ (pronounced
"micro MMC") serial data storage
module. The uMMC module allows
OEM designers and
hobbyists to interface with SD
and MMC data storage cards
for multimedia, Internet,
program storage, or data
The uMMC module is a
small (2" by 1.25") footprint board, providing an easy-to-use TTL serial interface for SD and MMC cards. Using the
serial command protocol, designers can read and write
data to FAT16 and FAT32 formatted cards, which can then
be easily removed, inserted into other devices for data
portability, interpretation, or modification. SD cards can
also be locked for read only applications.
The uMMC can support SD and MMC cards from 8 MB
to 512 MB in size.
The uMMC module retails for US $59.95 (qty. 1) and
only US $30.00 each (qty. 1,000).
For more information, contact:
103 Sarah Ashbridge Ave.
Canada M4L 3Y1
416-707-3745 Fax: 647-439-1577
Circle #109 on the Reader Service Card.
A MORE POWERFUL GADGET
AM Research has
released a third
member of the Gadget
family, the Gadget310.
Based upon the Cygnal
C8051F310 microcontroller, this tiny,
I/O-rich, Gadget sports a full 16K of parallel flash memory,
1,280 bytes of RAM, on-board temperature sensor, dual
comparators, IIC and SPI interfaces, watchdog timer, a 10-
bit A/D converter, plus up to 26 I/Os.
Utilizing a parallel architecture rather than the
NUTS & VOLTS
Circle #85 on the Reader Service Card.
Circle #79 on the Reader Service Card. JANUARY 2004