Explore the Tibbo Project System with this fully assembled TPS2-based kit
This is an assembled device designed and built using Tibbo Project System components. It contains an Ethernet port, two opto-isolated inputs, four open-collector outputs, two relays and a four-wire RS232 serial port so you can experiment. A 5V regulator module allows for 12V power input.
The programmable system will come completely assembled in an enclosure with a DIN rail mounting bracket. The system will look similar to this (but with a DB9M interface and a nine-terminal block connector along the bottom, orange part):
The labeled areas on the box are paper with plastic protectors over them. You can remove the protectors, write connection details on the paper labels, then replace the protectors.
Bill of Materials This device is assembled using the following components: It is possible (and cheaper) to assemble your own version if you purchase the components separately — or you could customize your version, such as by replacing the four-line serial port #01 Tibbit with with the universal full serial port #02 Tibbit, or using different relay and input/output Tibbits.
Programmable Firmware Features You can code your applications in Tibbo BASIC and/or Tibbo C within the comprehensive TIDE development environment with seamless cross-debugging via Ethernet. An integrated web server (HTTP) creates a web front-end for your device.
(Tibbo Operating System)
High-level objects simplify your code and allow you to create a data-transport application with just a few lines of code:
- lcd — controls the optional TFT LCD
- kp — handles the optional 4-button keypad
- sock — socket comms (up to 16 UDP, TCP, and HTTP sessions)
- net — controls the Ethernet port
- wln — handles the WiFi interface (when using the optional GA1000 module)
- ser — in charge of serial channels
- ssi — up to 4 serial synchronous interface channels (for SPI, I2C, etc.)
- io — handles I/O lines, ports, and interrupts
- rtc — keeps track of date and time
- fd — manages Flash memory file system and direct sector access
- stor — provides access to the EEPROM
- romfile — facilitates access to resource files (fixed data)
- pppoe — connects to the internet over an ADSL modem
- ppp — connects to the internet over a serial modem (e.g. GPRS)
- pat — "plays" patterns on green and red status LED pairs
- beep — generates buzzer patterns
- button — monitors the setup button
- sys — in charge of general device functionality
- String functions (27 in total)
- Date/time conversion functions (8)
- Encryption/hash calculation functions (AES128, RC4, MD5, SHA-1)
- Byte, char, integer (word), short, dword, long, real, string, plus user-defined arrays and structures.
View the TIDE, TiOS, Tibbo BASIC and Tibbo C Online Manual.
View Tibbo BASIC Introduction Videos.
View a video of the Serial-over-IP application showing WiFi support.
View a video of the Tibbo Connection Wizard showing how to create a Virtual Serial Port and link it with the Device Server.
WiFi Option To add WiFi to the system, select the four optional products shown below. One is the WiFi module itself; one is the external antenna interface that connects to it; one is a WiFi antenna; the fourth is a Tibbit Remover that will help you to replace the blank Tibbit in socket S13 with the Tibbit #37 RF connector. You will need a screwdriver to remove the top of the box and the vibration protection plate in order to install the WiFi components (then you can put everything back together).
Optional Recommended Products for this Item