RIM Modules - RTM Options for Mezzanine I/O
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- Generic RIM modules providing access to XMC Pn6 I/O signals on Curtiss-Wright RTM modules
- RIM modules available supporting both low speed and high speed differential signaling
- For systems needing breakout I/O from XMC mezzanine cards mounted on VPX modules
- For customers requiring their own cabling solutions
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The VPX3-131 3U OpenVPX Power Architecture Single Board Computer (SBC) combines the performance and I/O capabilities of NXP's P4080 QorIQ Octal processor with an extensive I/O complement to provide...
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...
The VPX3-716 is an industry-leading rugged 3U VPX/OpenVPX, high performance graphics processor based on the AMD Radeon E8860 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). The E8860 meets the long lifecycle...
This product is not recommended for new designs. Please see the VPX3-1260 for a suitable substitute. The VPX3-1258 from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions is a high performance Single Board...
The VPX3-1259 from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions is a high performance Single Board Computer (SBC) featuring the 5th Generation Intel Core i7 (Broadwell) processor. Pin-compatible with our...
In today’s market, customers are looking to maximize their I/O capabilities without adding extra hardware. The use of PMC or XMC mezzanine modules provides this ease of expansion.
While I/O from a single board computer (SBC) in a development system can be accessed through the Rear Transition Module (RTM), I/O originating from a mezzanine card is often much more difficult to access in a lab or development environment. Many Curtiss-Wright RTM modules provide a simple expansion connector, permitting easy breakout of front mezzanine module I/O signals using an RTM Interface Module, or RIM. A RIM module mounted on the RTM enables easy access to the mezzanine I/O signals. Curtiss-Wright offers two RIM module variants for this purpose – a low speed variant and a high speed variant. Both variants support 3U and 6U RTM designs and attach to the RTM through a VITA 61 XMC connector which directly maps to the front module’s XMC Pn6 I/O connector.
While many Curtiss-Wright modules already have custom-designed RIMs to break out specific I/O signals to pre-defined connectors, other custom solutions or mezzanines that do not have breakout RIMs can use either of these variants.
Both variants can be used on the following Curtiss-Wright RTMs, as well as any 3rd party RTM that supports Pn6 module I/O:
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