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Stellaris® Intelligent Display Module (IDM) with Ethernet » RDK-IDM

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Stellaris® Intelligent Display Module (IDM) with Ethernet - RDK-IDMNot Recommended For New Designs

The compact Stellaris® Intelligent Display Module (MDL-IDM) offers a complete graphical touch-screen user interface solution for control, automation, and instrumentation applications. Featuring Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), the Stellaris® IDM offers a simple method to produce intelligent terminals that can be simultaneously powered and network-connected by a single CAT5 Ethernet cable. Alternatively, the module can be powered with a standard 24V AC power supply. The MDL-IDM module also features additional serial connectivity options for easy implementation as a Human Machine Interface (HMI) touch display panel in an embedded control device. The MDL-IDM is the first display module available with efficient performance and robust integration of an ARM® Cortex™-M3 microcontroller.


The RDK-IDM ships as a software-customizable module with the following features:

  • Bright QVGA LCD touch-screen display
    • 2.8" QVGA 240 x 320 pixels
    • 16-bit color
    • White LED backlight
    • Resistive touch panel
  • Ethernet and Serial connectivity options
    • 10/100 Ethernet with Auto MDI/MDIX and Traffic /Link indicator LED
    • Header provides TXD and RXD signals
    • RS232 signal levels
    • Default 115.2k,8,n,1 operation
  • High performance and memory
    • Built around a Stellaris LM3S6918 microcontroller
    • 50 MHz 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M3 core
    • 256 KB Main Flash memory, 64 KB SRAM
    • 168 K Image RAM
    • microSD slot (typically 1 GB storage)
  • Flexible power supply options
    • Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af compliant)
    • 24V DC power jack
    • 5V DC terminals
  • Easy to customize - full source code and design files including:
    • Schematics and BOM
    • Gerber files
    • Example applications included
  • Develop using development tools from Keil, IAR, Code Sourcery, Code Red Technologies, and GCC
    • Supported by Micro Graphics Library
    • Supported by Stellaris Peripheral Driver Library
  • Additional Peripherals
    • Four analog measurement inputs
    • One relay output (1 form C / SPDT contact)
  • Compact size simplifies system integration