Acromag’s APCe7020 PCI Express carrier card for AcroPack modules

Acromag introduces a new PCI Express carrier card for AcroPack modules
featuring a compact design and offering RoHS compliance. The new Acromag
APCe7020 board interfaces two AcroPack mezzanine modules to a PCI Express bus
on a PC-based computer system.

The availability of two AcroPack or mini-PCIe module slots supports any
combination of I/O functions such as A/D, D/A, digital in, digital out or
serial I/O among others on a single board. Alternatively, one can combine
modules of the same type for almost one hundred channels on a single card. In
both applications, the APCe7020 saves precious card slots and reduces costs.

Acromag’s APCe7020 PCI Express carrier card combines a compact size with
low-cost I/O and the same functionality and memory map of the existing Industry
Pack modules. Designed for COTS applications, these PCIe carrier boards
deliver high reliability and performance at a low cost. The extended
temperature range product is ideal for military, defence, automation,
aerospace, scientific, and development lab industries.

A unique carrier and site number can be set for each AcroPack site by a
DIP switch. This provides the capability to distinguish a particular AcroPack
module from others when multiple instances of the same module are used in a

Key features of Acromag’s APCe7020 PCI Express carrier cards also
include a standard 14-pin Xilinx JTAG programming header provided for
programming and debugging the FPGA on some AcroPack modules; JTAG ports of the
two AcroPack modules daisy-chained; plug-and-play carrier configuration and
interrupt support; fused +1.5V, +3.3V, +5V, +12V, and -12V DC power provided
with a fuse present on each supply line serving each AcroPack module; front
panel SCSI-2 connectors for field I/O signals; and DIP switch card

Acromag is represented in Australia and New Zealand by Metromatics.

Please visit for more information or call (07) 3868-4255.

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