NRP H90\F8D8 (preloaded)

netX 90 Chip Carrier with an additional memory - preloaded protocol stack

Ultracompact netX 90 design - tested and preloaded completely
  • Ultracompact slave interface in halfsize netRAPID format

  • One hardware for all Industrial Ethernet, fieldbus, and IIoT protocols

  • As a stand-alone solution or host connection via quick SPI

  • "Secure by design" by integrated crypto core

  • Energy-efficient design for the extended temperature range

  • Extended memory for a secure connectivity of field and cloud

Ultracompact slave interface for secure field and cloud connectivity

netRAPID 90 is the rapid and secure alternative to a slave interface developed by the customer. The netX90 Chip Carrier is soldered to the host system in the SMD production process like a standard QFP part.

In addition to the proven and flexible multiprotocol processor for all common communication and IIoT protocols, netRAPID 90 also has a Cortex M4 application processor and is available in different memory sizes . Thus, netRAPD 90 is the ideal communication platform for customer-specific solutions with an integrated application – in one single design.

netRAPID 90 is available as a ready-to-use communication module with a fixed scope of functions and a preloaded protocol firmware and as a flexible programming platform to combine communication with application and customer-specific pin assignment.

Due to the automated Hilscher production process, netRAPID 90 can also be delivered preloaded as a service – ready-to-use with customer and application-specific content.

Owing to an integrated Crypto-Core, netRAPID 90 is well-prepared for future security functions, e.g. TLS for CIP security or secure boot as a protection against malware attacks. Thus, netRAPID 90 already is the ideal basis for secure field and cloud connectivity.

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NRP H90\F8D8 (Preloaded)


netX 90 Chip Carrier with an additional memory - preloaded protocol stack



Box with 10 Stück NRP H90-RE\F8D8 for prototyping