ANTAIOS

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Overview

The new profichip ANTAIOS multi-fieldbus controller enables higher integration in a smaller package to fulfill the requirements of the industrial automation market.

The latest development by Yaskawa combines a powerful ARM Cortex-A5 processor for advanced user applications with an effective and very flexible communication technology for today´s industrial applications demanding sophisticated real-time capabilities.
It is designed for remote-IOs, gateways, sensors, actors and communication master modules.

Additionally, a unique feature of this SoC is the high-speed backplane-communication-master for profichip SliceBus Technology. It provides fast and reliable communication for up to 64 of profichip SNAP+ slave controllers.

PROFIBUS and CAN support is guaranteed by special hardware modules and can be active in parallel to the sophisticated, programmable Realtime Ethernet Switching Unit. A third (Gigabit-)Ethernet port rounds up the rich set of communication capabilities making the ANTAIOS an ideal choice for any kind of communication challenge.

 

  • Multiple fieldbus support
  • 288 MHz ARM Cortex-A5 Processor
  • Ethernet interface with real-time switch
  • Gigabit Ethernet MAC
  • SliceBus-Master

 

Two package variants:

  • TFBGA-380 / 15x15 mm / 0.65 mm pitch
  • TFBGA-385 / 19x19 mm / 0.8 mm pitch
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Downloads

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Flyer ANTAIOS Brochures | English Brochures English
Data sheet Antaios Data sheet | English Data sheet English
ANTAIOS
User Manual, ANT1000/ANT1001, Revision 1.17 Technical documentation | English
Technical documentation English
ANTAIOS
Feature Set, ANT1000/ANT1001, Revision 1.02 Technical documentation | English
Technical documentation English
ANTAIOS
FAQ, ANT1000/1001, Revision 1.04 Technical documentation | English
Technical documentation English

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