Early November brings the start of wintery weather here at New Eagle’s headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan. We’re excited to announce that with the changing season comes the release of Raptor_2018a_2.2.12283, our latest Raptor™ software update! In addition to this new software release, we have also introduced a new Raptor™ controller to our hardware line. Finally, we’re excited to share the inside scoop on the application of Raptor™ Telematics in an at-sea marine vessel.
What’s New with Raptor_2018a_2.2.12283
Raptor_2018a_2.2.12283 is FIPS compliant* and includes the New Eagle Licensing 12.3. This licensing improves the installation compatibility with Windows 10 and enhanced machine security. Check out the Raptor-Test regression reports for more details on security.
Here’re the latest Raptor_2018a_2.2.12283 improvements:
- LIN capacity Enhancements
- Added Ethernet TCP/UDP client and server support
- Added Wake-On-LIN and Wake-On-CAN capability
- Added 33K baud rate for CAN2 and CAN3
- Added Fixed Nonvolatile (EEPROM) capability
- Added Redundant Nonvolatile (EEPROM) capability
- Updates to the Redundant Non-Volatile Memory Management
- Resolved XCP communication issue
- LIN Enhancements
- Updates and Fixes for CAN Tx and Rx blocks
Introducing the GCM 5607B-80-1804
Our latest product addition to the Raptor™ hardware line is the GCM5607B-80-1804. This Raptor™ Controller features:
- MPC5607B, 64 MHz
- 32 Inputs / 16 Outputs
- 6 – 16 V Operating Voltage
- 4 CAN 2.0B / 1 LIN BUS
- 32KB EEPROM
This new GCM will be supported by the Raptor™ 2018b release, which will become available at the end of November 2018. In the meantime, get the in-depth details on the GCM5607B-80-1804 by reading its datasheet.
Raptor™ Telematics for Marine Application
One of our consultants, Kossel Controls, recently accepted a client with a marine application requiring rugged, qualified controllers and displays for an electric foiling vessel. Since the vessel operates in an ever-changing environment at sea, control software needed to be updated frequently and quickly. Kossel Controls turned to New Eagle to develop these controls for the vessel using the Raptor™ Control Platform.
Meeting the control system requirements was easy, but the vessel presented an additional challenge: the consultant needed a way to develop and calibrate software on the vessel from shore to avoid time-consuming, frequent and costly trips to sea.
Find out how Raptor™ Telematics solved this control challenge by reading the case study.
Learn more about Raptor™ Telematics
Want to learn more about Raptor™ Telematics? Check out our video overview.