Trade Show – electronica 2022
With 3,100 exhibitors from over 50 countries and 182,000 square meters of exhibition space in 2018, electronica is the world’s most important trade fair for the electronics industry. 80,000 people from over 80 countries attended the last electronica, which takes place every two years.
Hall B4, Booth 111
PHYTEC representatives from Germany will be exhibiting at the world-renowned trade show, electronica! The show is occurring November 15th through the 18th in Munich, Germany.
Visit the PHYTEC booth in Hall B4, Booth 111 to see our lineup of System on Modules based on Texas Instruments (TI) AM62x, AM64x and AM24x embedded processors:
- phyCORE-AM62x: Low power, high performance for multimedia applications
- phyCORE-AM64x: Insert-ready communication module for Industrial Control and Smart Manufacturing applications
- phyCORE-AM24x: Real-time pin compatible variant of the phyCORE-AM64x SOM
Development kits are in stock and available for purchase here.
phyCORE-AM64x Pen Plotter Multi-axis Motor control and Cloud integration
The PHYTEC Pen Plotter demo featuring the PHYTEC phyCORE-AM64x and phyCORE-AM24x SOMs has been cloned. We will be showing three views of the Pen Plotter at electronica this year:
- Pen Plotter 1: PHYTEC Hall B4, Booth 111 – One phyBOARD-AM64x (Main device) sending gcode via EtherCAT to synchronize three phyGATE-AM2434 for x, y, and z motor control.
- Pen Plotter 2: TI Hall C4, Booths 156 and 157 – One phyBOARD-AM64x (Main device) sending gcode via EtherCAT to one phyGATE-AM2434 for x, y, and z motor controlled
- Pen Plotter i: Digital Twin – The Pen Plotter is cloud connected. Temperature sensor data is sent by EtherCAT to the main board and connected to the cloud by AWS Greengrass. Utilizing AWS Services PHYTEC has created a digital twin of the Pen Plotter 2 for remote monitoring of temperature sensor data for x, y, and z motors.
phyCORE-AM62x AC Level 2 EV charging station
There is a high demand to increase Electric Vehicle Charging infrastructure in the shift from gasoline powered to electric vehicles. To keep up with climate goals, new product development in the electrification space has aggressive timelines. PHYTEC System on Modules and reference circuits can be leveraged to create a prototype in weeks (rather than months) and reach production in months (rather than years).
PHYTEC worked with TI this year to create an EVSE reference design using the PHYTEC phyCORE-AM62x SOM. The SOM used in this design is populated with TI AM6254 processors which can run Linux on the four Arm Cortex-A53 cores along with real-time applications on the Cortex-M4 core. The demonstration at electronica shows how versatile the platform is for a Smart EV Charger application with examples of ISO15118 communication between the EVSE and EV Simulator, communication between four chargers using WiFi and Sub-1 GHz, Matter Wireless for interoperability with smart home devices, load sharing between a network of EV Chargers, and user interface implementations.
You can find this demonstration at the TI booth in Hall C4, Booths 156 and 157.