Rabbit Rolls Out RCM4300 RabbitCore Microprocessor Core Modules

Rabbit is proud to announce the RCM4300 series of RabbitCore modules. The RCM4300 series enables a new generation of applications that use more memory for data and code. The on-board mass storage provides even more performance and easier design than any other alternative in its price range. Software design is supported by a new release of Rabbit’s Dynamic C® tools. Dynamic C version 10.21 includes the new Megabyte Code Support (MCS), enabling designers to use over 1M byte of SRAM for shared code and data.

Pin-compatible with the complete family of Rabbit 4000 based core modules, the RCM4300 supports twice as much code space compared to any other Rabbit core module, enabling complex embedded applications such as data encryption and security-enabled web servers. The RCM4300 series also provides the capability to implement up to 1 gigabyte of storage using an industry standard miniSD(TM) memory card.

To ease design effort and reduce development time, the RCM4300 development kit is available. The development kit has all the essentials needed to design a microprocessor-based embedded system with mass storage. The kit includes an RCM4300 with a 512MB miniSD card, a prototyping board, accessories, and development tools to get design engineers up and running quickly. Along with our industry-proven Dynamic C integrated development software – incorporating an editor, compiler, and in-circuit debugger – there is also the FAT file system familiar to many programmers, RabbitWeb for creating HTML web pages, and Rabbit’s Secure Socket Layer (SSL) utility.

The price for the RCM4300 is $80 qty. 1000 and the RCM4310 is $69 qty. 1000. The RCM4300 development kit which comes complete with all the hardware and software tools is priced competitively at $299. Contact a local Rabbit representative for availability.

About Rabbit®
Rabbit, a Digi International® brand (NASDAQ:DGII), is a global provider of easy to use 8-bit microprocessors development tools for embedded control, communications, and Ethernet and wireless connectivity. Rabbit Semiconductor introduced the popular Rabbit® 2000 microprocessor in 1999, the Rabbit 3000 in 2002 and the Rabbit 4000 in 2006. The industry award-winning RabbitCore® line of microprocessor core modules was introduced in 2001. Rabbit offers customers a complete embedded design system, including low-cost development kits and comprehensive technical support for both hardware and software issues.