VORAGO Technologies Offer 200˚C Data Acquisition Evaluation and Reference Design Kit
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Collaboration with PetroMar Technologies and Analog Devices to simplify state-of-the-art extreme
temperature embedded electronics system design.
Cambridge, United Kingdom — July 10th, 2017 — VORAGO Technologies, a leading provider of extreme environment embedded systems technology, today announced a new Data Acquisition and Reference Design Kit to simplify state-of-the-art extreme temperature embedded electronics design.
The High Temperature Electronics Network (HiTEN) conference in Cambridge, United Kingdom, was chosen as an appropriate event to make the announcement. VORAGO Technologies are participating as an exhibitor as well as presenting papers on the extreme temperature capability, enabled by the use of VORAGO’s HARDSIL® technology.
“We believe that it is important to make it easy for our customers to develop systems based on the latest technology,” said Bernd Lienhard, chief executive officer of VORAGO Technologies. “The new Data Acquisition Evaluation and Reference Design has been developed to operate at 200˚C and comes complete with all the software required for rapid development and prototyping.”
VORAGO collaborated with PetroMar Technologies Inc. and Analog Devices, Inc. to produce the kit. This collaboration brought together high temperature system design expertise, analog signal chain component leadership and the ARM® Cortex®-M0 based extreme temperature microcontrollers from VORAGO Technologies.
The kit includes the high temperature PCB, capable of operating at 200˚C with all connectors and cables for getting the board up and running (on the bench or in the oven) immediately. In addition there is a software Board Support Package (BSP) and a data capture and analysis software GUI.
The kit can be ordered from VORAGO Technologies global distribution network, VORAGO part number HT-DAB-1.The kit is orderable now and will be available in the third quarter of 2017.