Upgrade your VME application with new AcroPack carrier

Add Acromag’s new XMCAP200 AcroPack carrier to upgrade your VME application
in three easy steps.

Select a VME single board computer; choose Intel Celeron or Intel
Core i7 processors; decide front or rear I/O with the XMC carrier card and
pick two slots with front or rear I/O options; and add your I/O with AcroPack
I/O or FPGA mezzanine modules to customise your application.

This AcroPack product line updates the popular Industry Pack I/O modules
with a PCIe interface format. Featuring a compact, low-cost I/O, with the same
functionality and memory map of the existing Industry Pack modules, this board
interfaces two AcroPack mezzanine modules to a PCI Express bus on an air-cooled
XMC carrier.

Two AcroPack module slots provide the flexibility to mix a variety of
I/O functions (A/D, D/A, digital in, digital out, serial I/O, etc.) on a single
board. Alternatively, modules of the same type can be combined for almost one
hundred channels on a single card. Either way, the XMCAP2020/2021 saves precious
card slots and reduces costs.

Select I/O modules from Acromag’s offering or use most third-party mPCIe
compliant modules.

Key features and benefits include two AcroPack or mini-PCIe module slots
supporting any combination of I/O functions; PCI Express compliant; plug-and-play
carrier configuration and interrupt support; front panel 68-pin CHAMP 0.8mm
connectors for field I/O; rear P14 and P16 connectors for field I/O; DIP switch
and/or geographical addressing for card identification; VITA 42.0, 42.3 compliant;
JTAG programming through XMC P15 connector or through onboard micro connector;
and software development tools for VxWorks, Linux, and Windows environments.

Acromag XMCAP200 models include XMCAP2020-LF with front I/O and XMCAP2021-LF
with rear I/O.

Acromag is represented in Australia and New Zealand by Metromatics.

For further information, please visit the Metromatics website www.metromatics.com.au or call (07)

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