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XP-8000 – Quick and Effective
XP Professional compatible development platform
 
   
What is XP-8000? Basically, XP-8000 is an embedded personal computer which is dedicated to industrial control.

XP-8000 is the new generation PAC of ICP DAS. It equips an AMD LX 800 CPU (500MHz) running a Windows Embedded Standard 2009 operating system, variant connectivity (VGA, USB, Ethernet, RS-232/RS-485) and 3/7 slots for high performance parallel I/O modules (high profile I-8K series) and serial-type I/O modules (high profile I-87K I/O modules).

Its operating system, Windows Embedded Standard 2009, has many advantages. Most of all, Windows Embedded Standard 2009 has the same Win32 API as Windows XP Professional, that is, almost every desktop program can be easily ported to Windows Embedded Standard 2009. This effectively reduces the efforts of developments and shortens the time to market.

Compared with the first generation WinCon-8000 of ICP DAS, it not only improves the CPU performance (from 206 MHz to 500 MHz) and upgrading OS (from CE 4.1 to Windows Embedded Standard 2009), but also adds many reliability features, such as dual LAN, redundant power input, dual battery backup SRAM, etc. It gives you all the best features of tradional IPC with I/O cards solutions.
 
   
 
   
XP-8000-CE6 – Compact and Real-time
With Windows Embedded CE 6.0 inside
 
Using the same hardware as that of XP-8000, we provide another option for different kinds of requirements. For the customers who have resource saving and real-time feature as their main concern, XP-8000-CE6 is definitely their best choice. Although XP-8000-CE6 is not like XP-8000 having plenty of resources as PC, the time spent for development is not much especially with our SDK and pluggable IO modules.
 
   
2009, the year of PACs!  
   
Software Features  
XP-8000-Atom  
  • EWF (Enhanced Write Filter)
  • IIS 5.1 (Web Server and FTP Server)
  • ASP.NET 2.0
  • SQL Sever 2005 Express
  • Remote Desktop
  • .NET framework 3.5
  • Win32 APIs
  • OPC Server (NAPOPC_XPE DA Server)
 
   
XP-8000-Atom-CE6  
  • FTP Server
  • Web Server
  • SQL Compact Edition 3.5
  • .NET Compact Framework 3.5
  • Remote Display
  • OPC Server (NAPOPC_CE6 DA Server)
  • Soft PLC solution: XP-8xx7-Atom-CE6 (ISaGRAF inside)
  • SCADA solution: XP-8xx9-Atom-CE6 (InduSoft inside)
 
   
Hardware Features  
Built-in VGA Port  
The built-in VGA port can be directly connected to a regular LCD display. After connecting a display, keyboard and mouse to the PAC, users can operate it just as how they usually did on regular PCs.
 
   
64-bit Hardware Serial Number  
The 64-bit hardware serial number is unique and individual. Every serial number of the PAC is different. Users can add a checking mechanism to their AP to prevent software from pirating.
 
   
Built-in Flash Disk  
In normal situation, users can store their AP or data to the CF card or USB Flash disk. But in some vibration environment (for example, like driving ships, trains), the two storage media would be bad connection. Then the built-in Flash disk will be the best storage media in such the vibration environment.
 
   
Dual Watchdog Timers  
A system could be hanged up when the OS or the AP fails. There are two watchdogs (OS watchdog and AP watchdog) designed to automatically reset the CPU when the situations happen. The design will increase the reliability of the system.
 
   
Dual Battery Backup SRAM (512 KB)  
To retain important data while power off, non-volatile memory is the ideal design. The PAC is equipped with a 512 KB SRAM and two Li-batteries to retain data while power off. The two Li-batteries can continually supply power to the 512 KB SRAM to retain the data for 5 years; and the dual-battery design can avoid data loss while replacing a new battery.
 
   
Dual Ethernet Ports  
The PAC provides two Ethernet ports. The two Ethernet ports can be used to implement redundant Ethernet communication and separate Ethernet communication (one for global Internet, one for private Ethernet).
 
   
Redundant Power Inputs  
To prevent the PAC from failing by the power loss, the power module is designed with two input connectors. Once a power input fails, the power module switches to the other power input. And there is a relay output for informing the power failure.
 
   
Operating Between -25 and +75 °C  
The PAC is housed in a plastic-based box with a column-like ventilator that can help to cool the working environment inside the box and allow the PAC to operate between -25 and +75 °C.
 
   
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