Lantronix xPico module is a highly flexible network connectivity solution for serial interface devices.
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Lantronix xPico is thanks to its miniature dimensions (smaller than a usual SD card) suitable even for designs typically intended for chip solutions.
The key difference with the xPico is that there is virtually no need to write a single line of code (FW), resulting to a much lower development cost and faster time to market. The xPico is based on the industry-proven Lantronix device server with a relatively very easy to integration to a target device. Built-in web-manager enables a quick and comfortable configuration.
xPico is suitable for all devices, where it is physically necessary or convenient to use a module with miniature dimensions and a low profile. With the xPico you´re free to place an RJ45 connector according to your demands. That´s why it is possible to utilize the xPico even in space critical designs, where for example the Lantronix XPort wouldn´t suit.
Detailed information will provide you the xPico user guide and the xPico integration guide. For a development support also the xPico development kit is available.
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Advantages / Features:
miniature embedded device server
extremely compact network solution for any serial interface device
eliminates the need of a costly SW and FW development
dimensions only 24 x 16.5 x 7.4mm
up to 921 kbps serial data rate
256 kB SRAM/ 512 kB Flash
256-bit AES encryption
extended temperature range -40 to +85°C
3,3V interface (5V tolerant)
built-in web server with a 384 kB memory
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