A Tibbo Project PCB is the foundation of your TPS device.
Tibbits (as in "Tibbo Bits") are blocks of prepackaged I/O functionality housed in brightly colored rectangular shells. Tibbits are subdivided into modules and connectors.
Want an ADC? There's a Tibbit module for that. 24V power supply? Got that! RS232/422/485 port? We have this, and many other modules, too.
The same goes for Tibbit connectors. DB9 Tibbit? Check. Terminal block? Check. Infrared receiver/transmitter? Got it. Temperature, humidity, and pressure sensors? On the list of available Tibbits as well!
Most projects require an enclosure. Designing one is a tough job. Making it beautiful is even more difficult and could also be prohibitively expensive.
Not to worry! Your TPS can be ordered with a Tibbo Project Box (TPB) kit.
The ingenious feature of the TPB is that Tibbit connectors form two of the sides. This eliminates one huge problem of any low-volume production operation — the necessity to drill holes and openings in an off-the-shelf enclosure. The result is a neat, professional-looking housing every time, even for projects with a production quantity of one.
When housed in a TPB equipped with the available vibration protection kit, TPS devices meet the shock and vibration resistance requirements of the IEC 60068-2-27 standard.
Develop your application
TPS2 and TPS3 devices (TPP2 and TPP3 boards) are powered by TiOS — our super-compact, agile operating system. Use Tibbo IDE (TIDE) software to create and debug TiOS applications in Tibbo BASIC, Tibbo C, or a combination of the two.
Our Linux-based TPS devices (LTPP3 and LTPP3(G2)) can be utilized and programmed in a multitude of ways. You can write an app in classical C language or fashionable Node.js, or use Embedded AggreGate to create and deploy sophisticated IoT applications without writing any code.
Use our Online Configurator to define your custom TPS device and immediately order it from our online store.
The configurator allows you to select a TPP, "insert" Tibbit Modules and Connectors into the board's sockets, and specify additional options, such as whether to add a TPB enclosure or DIN rail mounting kit. You can also select if your system will ship fully assembled or as a parts kit.
The configurator watches out for errors and makes sure you specify a valid system. For example, it verifies that your future TPS device's total current consumption does not exceed the available power budget. It also checks the placement of Tibbits, ensuring that there are no mistakes in their arrangement.
Completed configurations can be kept private, shared with other registered users, or made public for everyone to see.