The TS-7558-BOX is a multi-functional industrial controller based on a Cavium 250MHz ARM9 CPU that provides industrial grade
opto-isolated input/output channels. Other features include Ethernet, PoE, USB Host, CAN, RS-232, RS-485, ADC, PWM, Counters,
etc. The plastic enclosure with DIN wall mounting support makes it a clean solution for industrial automation applications.
The TS-7558-BOX features a 250MHz Cavium ARM9 CPU and a 5000 LUT Lattice FPGA.
With 64MB RAM and a bootable 256MB on-board flash drive with our new XNAND technology, the
TS-7558-BOX is a powerful and extremely reliable industrial embedded solution. External devices can
connect to the TS-7558-BOX via Ethernet, USB, RS-232, RS-485, or CAN.
The TS-7558-BOX can be powered by PoE or by a DC power supply anywhere in the 5-30V
range. An internal microSD slot allows for expanded storage.
The rugged screw-down terminals provide the following interfaces:
- 8 opto-isolated digital inputs (0-30V)
- 4 opto-isolated digital outputs (0-40V)
- 4 analog inputs (0-5V, 0-10V, 4-20mA)
- power supply input (5-30V)
The digital inputs can act as edge counters, quadrature decoders, ADC triggers,
or simple inputs. The outputs can be used for PWMs. The TS-7558-BOX also provides
an internal header with the following functionalities:
- Debug console
Rugged Plastic Enclosure
Available with a DIN mount, the enclosure makes the TS-7558-BOX ready
for immediate deployment. The enclosure label clearly identifies the pinouts
on the rugged screw terminals.
Technologic Systems XNAND technology is an ultra reliable and industrial grade user-space device driver that uses Reed-Solomon codes,
extra checksums, and a RAID based technique to allow any Linux filesystem to be used with confidence on SLC NAND flash. Our TS-BOOTROM
can also boot from XNAND for an ultra-reliable bootup. Please refer to the
XNAND whitepaper for
The TS-7558-BOX FPGA programming is open-source. If the many features provided in
the standard load don't meet the needs of your application, you can modify the
FPGA logic or hire Technologic Systems to do so for you.
Upon bootup, the default software automatically checks for an FPGA bitstream
and loads it if it is present, overriding the default FPGA programming. To
create your own bitstream, you need only the following resources:
for more instructions on FPGA development.