Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you design processor module designs used for implementing protection, control, monitoring, data storage and external high-speed communication interfaces in protection relays.
Next-generation processor modules often require:
- Standardized architecture, scalable performance and integration of peripherals.
- High/low speed interfaces to implement industry-standard protocols.
- High-speed bus to communicate with peripherals and plug-in modules in real time.
- Flexible power management for core and peripherals enabling fanless operation.
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