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C102  (Aitech Defense Systems Inc)
Dual PowerPC processor Single Board Computer

Product Highlights

Based on the high speed Freescale 7448 G4-series, the C102 SBCs provides dual, high throughput processors in an asymetrical processing architecure with complete, segregated I/O subsystems per processor on a single slot, 6U x 160mm VMEbus board.

Product Description

Rugged 6U VME Single�Slot SBC

Dual/Single PowerPC® G4+ MPC7448 @ up to 1.42 GHz

On-chip 32 kB L1 + 1 MB L2 Caches

Up to 2 GB Total DDR SDRAM with ECC

512 MB Total User Flash

256 MB Total Boot Flash

256 kB Total NVRAM

Up to 16 GB Flash File (NAND Flash) Memory for Mass Storage

VME 2eSST with Legacy VME64x Support

Two Gbit Ethernet Ports 10/100/1000)

Two Fast Ethernet Ports (10/100)

One Serial ATA II Port (3.0 Gbps)

Two USB 2.0 Ports (400+ Mbps)

Two Dual Redundant MIL-STD-1553B Ports

Six Multi-Protocol High-Speed Serial USART Ports - RS-232/422/485

Two Standard Serial UART Ports - RS-232/422/485

16 Single Ended TTL/8 Differential RS-422 Discrete I/O Lines

Two PMC Slots

Eight 32-bit Timers (4 per processor) + Avionics Windowed Watchdog Timer

Real Time Clock

RTOS Support � VxWorks®

Extended Temperature, Air and Conduction-cooled versions, all 100% software compatible.

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