Embedded systems control panels
Embedded systems control panels – Control panels with dedicated programmable logic systems
The architecture of a dedicated control system consists of hardware and software components. All hardware components are connected through the hardware architecture. Specific general-purpose microprocessors are ordered in program sequences by the software architecture. Whether a particular controlled system function is implemented as hardware or software it has an impact on the performance of the entire system.
We refer to each of these groups as a module in an embedded control system, especially in a distributed embedded system, where hardware and software are divided into multiple groups that execute different processes simultaneously. These systems frequently include various types of microprocessors, microcontrollers, and application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), all of which are connected by communication channels and used in conjunction with embedded software. Each process must be able to run on a variety of hardware components and software applications.
An embedded control system usually includes some ASIC chips in addition to the microprocessor to provide flexibility. Rather than being a general-purpose CPU, an ASIC chip is built for a specific application because it does not need to fetch and interpret instructions from memory. Standard cells, gate arrays, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and complex programmable logic devices can all be used as the basis for ASIC (CPLD) circuits. Reconfigurable embedded systems are embedded control systems that use reconfigurable hardware such as FPGAs and CPLDs.
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