Indel Software Highlights 2022

Release 22.4.5

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The CPU board is the central control element of an Indel control system. The CPU board coordinates the axes and I/O systems in real time. All Indel CPU boards run on the INOS real-time operating system, which makes it possible to implement the entire machine application directly on the CPU board. The INOS operating system performs the abstraction of all the hardware and so makes it possible to execute the same application software on any Indel CPU boards.

Scalable CPU-Power

800MHz (Single-Core) up to 2.2GHz (16-Core)


Indel-Realtime-OS (INOS)


One operating system for all CPU-Boards

Stand-Alone Masters

2.2 GHz 16-Core ARM Cortex-A72 Prozessor /
2.2 GHz 8-Core ARM Cortex-A72 Prozessor
8 GByte SDRAM, DDR4-3200
64 MByte Flash
2 MByte MRAM 
Max. 256 axes on fieldbus
Max. 128 khz Position-Loop


PCIe Gen 3
1.8 GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A72 Processor
4 GByte SDRAM, DDR4-2133
8 MByte Flash
0.5 MByte MRAM
Max. 256 axes on fieldbus

Modular Peripherals Masters

1.2 GHz dual core PowerPC Freescale QorIQ P2020 CPU 
1 GByte DDR3-666 (333 MHz), 64 Bit 
8 MByte Flash 
0.5 MByte NV-RAM 
Max. 250 axes on fieldbus

Compact Peripherals Masters

800 MHz dual core ARM Cortex A9 CPU / 
800 MHz single core ARM Cortex A9 CPU 
256 MByte DDR3-800 (400 MHz), 32 Bit 
4 MByte Flash 
0.5 MByte NV-RAM 
Max. 64 axes on fieldbus