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We recently welcomed the latest addition to the Speedgoat target machine family: the Unit real-time target machine! This small yet powerful target computer is ideal for control prototyping, small-scale HIL simulation and embedded deployment, and offers unparalleled Simulink workflow integration.

Finally, this newsletter introduces two new I/O modules for automotive and railway applications.

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Your Speedgoat team


New Unit real-time target machine: Small but Powerful

Looking for a small-scale controller or plant simulator, suitable for prototyping, testing and embedded integration, and which offers unparalleled Simulink® workflow integration?

The Unit real-time target machine features a quad core CPU, optional FPGA integration, and a host of Simulink-supported I/O options including: analog and digital I/O; PWM and encoder support; automotive protocols including CAN, CAN FD and SENT; industrial protocols like EtherCAT and PROFINET; SPI, I2C and Dshot protocols; serial I/O; and Ethernet including TCP/IP, real-time UDP and XCP.

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CAN and CAN FD support for Unit real-time target machine

The new IO691 I/O module further enriches the broad I/O support for the Unit and Baseline real-time target machines with two isolated CAN and CAN FD ports. The module also supports SAE J1939 and XCP for calibration and bypassing over CAN. Delivery includes Simulink CAN communication configuration blocks.

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New MVB Communication Support for Train and Railway

Next generation control concepts for rolling stock are increasingly leveraging model-based designs. The new IO619 I/O module with simultaneous access for up to 32 nodes ideally supports this transition through its seamless Simulink workflow integration.

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