Since developing the first self-brand IC in 1995, 11 IC chipsets have been introduced as of 2009. This key IC designing technology gives SUNIX the ability to design IC and electronic circuitry that is tailor made for our customers and market demands.
The new generation SUNIX UART Controller, called Matrix, applies the latest energy saving technology. Made from the advanced 90nm process, IC power consumption is reduced to less than 0.35W. This increases efficiency and prevents overheating.
The new generation SUNIX Matrix comes with AHDC/CS™ (Auto Hardware Direction Control/Carrier Sense) technology, which can change the RS-485 communication mode settings from half duplex to full duplex, effectively reducing issues caused by data package collisions and making software development easier for engineers.
SUNIX has formed its own software design team, which allows it to design IC products that support the latest mainstream Microsoft Windows and Linux operation systems while also supporting systems such as DOS, SCO UNIXware, QNX, Sun Microsystems Solaris and IBM OS2.
SUNIX products have passed strict X86/X64 Microsoft WHQL certifications, ensuring full compatibility with Microsoft Windows.
Humanized software packages, or application programs, are effective and easy-to-use tools that assist system engineers throughout the design and manufacturing process. SUNIX COM Lab software includes Speeder, Com2Com, Diagnostic, and API formulas. These formulas can be used throughout product design, testing hardware electronics, product efficiency functions, and debugging equipment problems.
The Silent-Install Driver Package program provided by SUNIX can assist EMS manufacturers to greatly reduce the amount of product testing steps, allowing for a more streamlined assembly and testing process.
The SUNIX electronic hardware team not only designs SUNIX self branded IC products but also meets customer’s OEM/ODM requirements. Our accumulated product development experience ranges from the standard BUS interface with ISA, PCI, PCI Express, to wireless Bluetooth, 802.11x transmission, and industrial MODBUS interface. In fact, our connectivity interface is the most widely used I/O connection device in the PC industry.
SUNIX Layout uses advanced Cadence Allegro software and complies with EMI requirements for industrial grade products.
SUNIX mechanical design focuses on temperature resistance (-40°C ~ +85°C) and IP67 water resistance. We have obtained numerous patents and awards for integrating stringent environment and heat disbursement. On industrial products, we can provide both excellent performance and aesthetic design.
SUNIX quality control laboratory ensures product quality during the R&D process with Logic Analyzing and Oscilloscope that measures signal transmission quality on IC and product, testing temperature & humidity on operating and storage environment, testing EMI and EMC Transient Instrument for ESD, Surge, and EFT signal. This is how we ensure that any product leaving our facility is of the utmost quality, reliability and dependability.