ARM ADC Ethernet With PGA

The ADC to Ethernet module includes ARM processor with built in Ethernet port and Nine channel ADC. The module converts the nine channel analog data into Ethernet Packets and sends out. The programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) module Plugs into the ADC to Ethernet module and conditions the analog signal from external source. The conditioned signal becomes the analog input to the ADC. Both the modules are of the same dimension and stacked one over the other. Socket and plug connectors are provided on the PCB modules to ensure proper interconnection between both the PCB modules. Brief specification for the same is given below.


  • Module with two subassemblies
  • ARM ADC, Microcontroller and FPGA in one module
  • Programmable Gain amplifier in another module
  • Both modules interconnected through 25 Pin Vertical connector
  • 9 independent ADC channels ( 8 devices)
  • FPGA (Cyclone2 256 pin FPGA package)
  • Luminary Micro Controller (LM3s9b96)
  • Two 10/100 Ethernet ports
  • 25 pin vertical connector
  • JTAG header – 2nos
  • PCB size:
  • Voltage external – +5V