VPX3-611 DO-254 Certifiable MIL-STD-1553B and ARINC 429 I/O Module

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Key Features

  • Advanced I/O options including MIL-STD-1553B and ARINC 429
  • Flexible I/O configurations
  • VxWorks 6.9 SMP drivers
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Applications

  • Military and Civil aerospace applications 
  • SWaP-constrained applications requiring advanced I/O options 
VPX3-133 3U VPX SBC with NXP Power Architecture T2080 Processor

VPX3-133 3U VPX SBC with NXP Power Architecture T2080 Processor

The VPX3-133 3U VPX Power Architecture Single Board Computer (SBC) is designed with the NXP QorIQ T2080 processor. The T2080 with its 4 dual threaded 64-bit Power Architecture cores, each equipped...

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The VPX3-611 I/O module allows customers to readily incorporate a wide variety of I/O into military and aerospace embedded computing systems. Using a simple and reliable Flash-based FPGA hardware architecture with flexible I/O signal routing, the VPX3-611 provides high data throughput performance and can be easily adapted to meet a wide range of application needs.

The VPX3-611 not only fulfills the need for higher integration and flexibility in I/O functionality, but also eases the workload of the processing unit and reduces system production costs through additional processing in the MIL-STD-1553B and ARINC 429 interfaces. As always, this Curtiss-Wright product offers post-purchase technical support, lifecycle management services, and assured long-term availability.

The FPGA is connected to the VPX3 P1 connector providing a single lane PCIe Gen1 connection to the dataplane. Also connected to the FPGA is 18 Mb of SRAM used as message storage for the 1553 ports. One hundred and eighty-three (183) I/O signals from the FPGA are connected to the IPX Pn7 connector, providing a large amount of I/O conditioning that can be done on the IPX, or that can be passed through to the backplane.

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