In personal computing, notable expansion buses and expansion card standards include IBM's Industry Standard Architecture (ISA), which was introduced with the IBM PC in 1981. Its successors, such as Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) and PCI Express (PCIe) from 2003, have improved upon it by abstracting the interconnect into high-speed communication "lanes" and relegating other functions to software protocols. Centos offers diversity add-in cards that extend or supplement the capabilities and interfaces of a computer system according to its intended tasks. The supported peripheral devices include IDE, SATA, SCSI, serial and parallel I/O, USB, Ethernet, and IEEE 1394a/b. Here is a complete and active list of categories:
Centos offers a range of USB hubs designed for various applications, allowing for the expansion of USB device connections from the host. The available options include USB2.0, USB3.2, USB4.0, and Thunderbolt hubs/Docking Stations. These hubs support different USB form factors, including USB-B, USB-A, and USB-C. Additionally, they provide features such as Battery Charge and Type-C PD for charging devices.
Gateway device servers, also known as gateway servers, are network devices that act as intermediaries between different networks or network protocols. Their main purpose is to facilitate communication and data transfer between devices or networks that utilize different communication standards or protocols. Centos offers various devices, including USB, serial RS232/422/485, digital, and analog IO over LAN or the Internet. These servers enable communication between different devices using different protocols such as TCP/IP, UDP, and more.
Centos' PoE series provides solutions for both Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) and Powered Device (PD) applications. The series includes Ethernet PoE PSE switches, host adapters, and Ethernet PD devices that are capable of receiving power from the Ethernet cable.
Centos offers a comprehensive range of services and components for industrial computing applications, including control systems, healthcare solutions, and smart manufacturing. The offerings encompass various hardware I/O modules and embedded platforms, supported by a professional software integration team skilled in languages such as C, C++, C#, PHP, Java, Swift, and Python. Centos also provides driver APIs to facilitate application development and integration with their hardware and software solutions.
Motion control involves managing and controlling the movement of mechanical systems, such as motors, in industrial applications. There are various types of motion control systems, including those based on pulse signals and EtherCAT technology. Centos’ diverse solution has been successfully integrated into customer applications, leading to productive success.