” A new rapid path for real-Time System
development with a good set of control logic
blocks supported by elegant GUI”
Introduction
SNETLY based on a state-of-the-art innovative technology that provides modular environment for real-time system development – Powered by Smart ProtoX.
SNETLY is a ready to use FPGA based modular environment for real-time system development, an innovative design by Smart ProtoX. This controller can be used to create control algorithms, generate instant waveforms and generate signals needed for power electronics control and many other applications. It is a standalone system and operates without a PC and an Operating System.
Equipped with the latest powerful Xilinx ARTIX-7 FPGA Controller @150MHZ Clock source, which delivers raw simulation power for real-time simulation and testing. This system delivers the fastest and the most versatile HIL applications.
Applications
Product Highlights
General Specifications
Power Supply230VAC Input, 50-60HZ& 50VA
FPGAArtix®-7 XC7A200T (The most powerful FPGA from the Xilinx® Artix-7 family)
CPU/ComputerNot Required - On board CPU
Performance-150MHz System Core Clock (Step time of 6.667 ns)
- 3.254GHz HDMI Clock
- 800MHz DDR Clock
- Digital IO sampling at 1MHz
- Analog Inputs sampling at 500 KHz
- Analog Outputs sampling at 100 KHz
- 10uS / 100 KHz system sampling rate (concurrent execution of all the blocks)
SoftwareModel based inbuilt software installed in board FPGA
Accessories16” 4U Industrial rack cabinet, Optical mouse, FHD Monitor & essential cables
Available I/O System
PWM Outputs14 Numbers of Independently Isolated PWM Outputs with driving capability of 15V (Can be directly connected to gate inputs of
Power devices) PWM Resolution: 32bit Floating point Duty cycle / Frequency selection 32bit Integer counter
used and automatic PWM Generation with selected Duty cycle/Frequency.
Digital Inputs24 Digital Input channels Isolated from FPGA, and all are 5V Tolerant. Can be used as general purpose inputs,
Encoder inputs or Speed sensor Inputs.
Digital Outputs
  • 72 Digital Output channels Isolated from FPGA, and can be used as PWM Outputs, or any general purpose outputs.
  • All are 5V Tolerant
  • Other customizations can be provided based on user request with additional cost.
Analog Inputs
  • 16 Independent Channels with 16 dedicated ADCs
  • 4 different Input types for each channel, DC/AC Inputs Direct connectivity and Configurable as
    • -20 to +20V
    • -750V to +750V
    • -15A to +15A
    • 4-20mA
  • Frequency Bandwidth: DC to 100 KHz
    Sampling Rate:
    • 500 KHz for Voltage inputs
    • 500 KHz for 4-20mA Inputs
    • 20 KHz for high current Inputs
    • Other customizations can be provided based on user request with additional cost.
Analog Outputs8 Channel with multiplexed DAC 0 to 3.3V Analog outputs 2 Channel 4-20mA
Architecture
SNETLY architecture provides a high performance interfaces between functional modules. It accepts read and write commands from SPX Controller IP for configuration, status check and manages local real time data streaming between all modules. Analog and digital IO interfaces are fully isolated from FPGA. The Current and voltage sensing circuits are integrated to confirm user can develop and focus only on controller design.
System Setup
Motor Drive Control Scheme - Example
Motor Drive control power module not included in SNETLY system, Its is separate product
Built In - Modules Stores

Inputs / Outputs

Sensors/Interfaces

Communication

Conversions

GUI Blocks

Logics

Functional Blocks

Sources

Math Operations

Advanced

System Control

SNETLY BUILT IN – PROCESSOR MODULE
SNETLY Working Platform

Library Modules

Schematic Editor

DSO

Control Model Implementation Workflow

STEP 1 : Home page appear When the system is power on

STEP 2 : Open a blank file for new project by selecting any file using Mouse

STEP 3 : Blank file work space opened for new project

STEP 4 : Select the required logic block from module store by Mouse

STEP 5 : Place selected block in the workspace by right click of Mouse

STEP 6 : Configure the required parameter by right click of block

STEP 7 : Place all required logic blocks, configure the parameters and interconnect using mouse. Place essential measuring blocks (DSO, Logic Analyzer) and interconnect using mouse.

STEP 8 : In Workspace menu bar Click Run Button then Waveform button to view signals wave form

MATLAB INTERFACE WORKFLOW
System Setup
Schematic Configuration

MATLAB PC SIMULINK CONFIGURATION

MATLAB PC SIMULINK CONFIGURATION

Why Use Snetly to Build Real-Time System?
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