NXP PowerQUICC I MPC885 Single Board Computer

The EP885C uses the NXP PowerQUICC I family, MPC885 and MPC880, to create a full featured Computer-on-Module (COM).

The EP885C uses the NXP PowerQUICC I family, MPC885 and MPC880, to create a full featured Computer-on-Module (COM).

The MPC885 and MPC880 processors feature an integrated PowerPC core and Communications Processor Module (CPM) to provide a scalable computing solution for networked devices. The PowePC core can run at speeds of 133MHz and provide general purpose control and computing functionality, while the dedicated CPM offloads communications functions such as USB, Fast Ethernet, HDLC, and ATM. In addition the MPC885 includes an integrated security engine to accelerate processing of encryption protocols such as AES, DES/3DES, and SHA/MD5/HMAC.

The processor expansion bus on the EP885 brings all of the processor signals to standard connectors allowing you simple and full access to the power of the processor. Like all Embedded Planet products, the EP885C can be custom configured to meet your requirements and is volume production ready.

For a smaller form factor single board computer featuring the MPC885 and MPC880 see the Credit Card Sized EP88xS.

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Features

Runs as a standalone development board!
  • Processor: NXP PowerQUICC I MPC885 or MPC880
  • RAM: Up to 128MB
  • Flash: Up to 64MB
  • NVRAM: Up to 512kB
  • Ethernet: 2 x 10/100 to RJ-45 connectors
  • Serial Ports: 2 x RS-2323 to front panel
  • Expansion: EPX Bus for direct access to processor signal
  • I2C Devices: EEPROM, RTC, Temperature Sensor
  • Power Supply: 5.25 to 3.0 VDC single power supply
  • Form Factor: PC/104 Mechanical (90mm x 96mm)
  • Debug: COP/JTAG

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