RCM3200 to RCM3209 Update Datasheet by Digi

View All Related Products | Download PDF Datasheet
022-0134 Rev. D 1
TN263
Updating Your Application from the
RCM3200/RCM3220 to the RCM3209/RCM3229
Introduction
Rabbit is changing our product offerings to respond to both market requirements and the components
available to us.
We can no longer obtain certain components for the RCM3200/RCM3220 RabbitCore modules that support
the originally specified -40°C to +70°C temperature range. Instead of changing the design of the RCM3200/
RCM3220 RabbitCore modules to handle available components specified for the original temperature range,
we decided to develop a new product line — the RCM3209/RCM3229 — based on the RCM3900/RCM3910
RabbitCore modules that were released for the same reason.
We are introducing the RCM3209/RCM3229 RabbitCore modules in June, 2008. These new modules are
similar in form, dimensions, and function to the RCM3200/3220 modules. We strongly recommend that
existing RCM3200/3220 customers and designers of new systems consider using the new RCM3209/
RCM3229 RabbitCore modules.
This Technical Note compares the two series of RabbitCore modules, and provides complete information
on how to port your application developed for the RCM3200/RCM3220 to the equivalent RCM3209/
RCM3229 RabbitCore modules.
Comparing the RCM3200/RCM3220 and the RCM3209/RCM3229
Temperature Specifications
RCM3200/RCM3220 RabbitCore modules manufactured after May, 2008, are specified to operate at 0°C
to +70°C. The RCM3209/RCM3229, rated for -40°C to +85°C, are available starting in June, 2008.
Ethernet Chip
A different Ethernet controller chip is used on the RCM3209. The Ethernet chip is able to detect automati-
cally whether a crossover cable or a straight-through cable is being used in a particular setup, and will config-
ure the signals on the Ethernet jack interface. The RCM3229, like the RCM3220, has no Ethernet interface.
Maximum Current
The RCM3200/RCM3220 draws 255 mA vs. the 325 mA required by the RCM3209 (with Ethernet) or
190 mA (RCM3229 without Ethernet).
m LNK ACI' Figure 1. RCM3200/RCM3220 and RCM3209/F1‘CM3229 LED Layouts 02270134 Rev, D
022-0134 Rev. D 2
LEDs
The LNK/ACT LEDs have been combined to one LED on the RCM3209, and the RCM3209 has an FDX/
COL LED where the ACT LED was on the RCM3200. The RCM3229, like the RCM3220, has no LEDs
and no Ethernet.
Figure 1 compares the RCM3200/RCM3220 and the RCM3209/RCM3229 component layouts. The LED
placements on the boards remain unchanged.
Figure 1. RCM3200/RCM3220 and RCM3209/RCM3229 LED Layouts
U1
U6
R28
R38
R41
C5
C3
C9
C8
C12
C17
C23 C30
C18
C29 C35
C33
R29
R37
R39
R40
R42
Y3
C42R35
R31
R27
R25
DS1
R67
R70
J4
C79
Y4
C83
C86 GND
R75
R74
R71
DS3
DS2
R63 R64
C71
C72
C68
C64
C67
L2
U8
R49
R48
C62
R51
C61
R44
R47
C59
C49
C57
L1
R69
R72
R73
C75
C74
R58
C53
C47
C48
C45
C44
C43
JP5
C31
JP3
JP4
C28
C27
C37
C36
C32
R24
R22
C19
R23
C24
R20
C20
R19
C16
C15
R17
R18
R7
R9
R1
R8
C1
R10
R14
C4
SPD LNK ACT
J3
U5
U4
D1
Q1
C39
RP1
U1
R1
R2
R15
C1
J1
U2
C2
R4
JP1 J2
R5 JP2 JP3 JP4 JP5
R3
Y1 C5
R7
R8
C7
C6
R11
U4
R9
U3
C3
R10
R6
C4
C8
C9
U5
C10
C11
C14
C15
C19
C18
R17
JP7
JP10
JP9
JP8
L1
J3
C22
C23
C27
C33
L2
C35
C12
C16
C20
C21
C24
C13
C17
C25
U6
C28
R18
C37
C29
Y2
R12 R13 R14
C31
C30
R16
C32
C26
C34
C36
R19
U7
R20
R21
C39
C38
R23
R24
R25 R26
1
C44
2
U8
C43
C49
C50
JP12
JP11
C41
C42
JP13
R27
Y3
R22
C40
JP14
C46
U9
C45 R29
R28
R30
Q1
R33 DS1
R34
R35
DS2
DS3
SPD LNK
ACT
FDX
COL
BSY
CE
DS4
R32
RCM39XX
D1
U10
Q2
C47
C48
R31
RCM3200/RCM3220
LNK ACT
DS1
DS2
DS3
SPD
DS1
DS2
DS3
SPD LNK
ACT
FDX
COL
RCM3209/RCM3229
The RCM3220 and RCM3229
do not have the Ethernet jack
and the LEDs
022-0134 Rev. D 3
Dynamic C
You may run your application developed for the RCM3200/RCM3220 on the RCM3209/RCM3229 after
you recompile it using Dynamic C v. 9.60 or later.
Dynamic C v. 9.60 now has many of the previously optional modules included in the standard release.
Table 1 compares the Dynamic C features available for the two series of RabbitCore modules.
Table 1. Comparison of Dynamic C Resources
Dynamic C RCM3200/RCM3220 RCM3209/RCM3229
Standard Release v. 9.21 v. 9.60
Optional Modules
(purchased separately)
FAT File System
RabbitWeb
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Simple Network Management Pro-
tocol (SNMP)
µC/OS-II Real-Time Kernel
Library Encryption Executable
Modbus TCP
Included in Standard Release
Optional Security Modules
(purchased separately)
Advanced Encryption Standard
(AES)
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Rabbit Embedded Security Pack
Other Optional Modules
(available separately)
Rabbit Field Utility source code
One-Year Telephone Technical
Support Subscription
Rabbit Field Utility source code
One-Year Telephone Technical
Support Subscription
022-0134 Rev. D 4
Rabbit — A Digi International Brand
www.rabbit.com
Summary
Table 2 summarizes the features for the two series of RabbitCore modules.
NOTE: The RCM3210 was discontinued in July, 2004, and is no longer offered. Therefore, there
is no replacement for it.
Table 2. Feature Comparison
Parameter RCM3200 RCM3220 RCM3209 RCM3229
Ethernet Port 10/100Base-T, RJ-45,
3 LEDs 10/100Base-T, RJ-45,
3 LEDs
SRAM 512K program (fast SRAM) + 256K data 512K program (fast SRAM) + 256K data
Flash Memory
(program) 512K 512K
Operating
Temperature -40°C to +70°C (up to May, 2008)
0°C to +70°C (after May, 2008) -40°C to +85°C
Operating
Temperature -40°C to +70°C -40°C to +85°C
Board Size 1.850" × 2.725" × 0.86"
(47 mm × 69 mm × 22 mm)
Dynamic C v. 9.21 (standard release) v. 9.60 (standard release)

Products related to this Datasheet

IC MOD RABBIT 3000 44.2MHZ 768KB
IC MOD RABBIT 3000 44.2MHZ 768KB