PMC I/O Device has transformer-coupled design.
October 8, 2007 -
Conduction-cooled PMC-BiSerial-III-TRANS has 8 programmable channels, each capable of operating independently or in concert with other I/O. Supported by independent state-machines created within Xilinx FPGA, channels can have same or different protocols. Manchester encoding and decoding, standard serial (UART), control, command, instrumentation, and custom protocols can be implemented. Half-Duplex, Full-Duplex, serial and parallel systems can be configured with software and VHDL.
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|Original Press release |
Dynamic Engineering Inc.
435 Park Dr.
Ben Lomond, CA, 95005
PMC-BiSerial-III-TRANS Conduction Cooled Transformer Coupled PMC IO Device
DYNAMIC ENGINEERING's PMC BiSerial family has been updated to include a conduction cooled version with transformer coupling. The PMC-BiSerial-III-TRANS has 8 channels, each fully programmable and capable of operating independently or in concert with the other IO.
Half-Duplex, Full-Duplex, serial and parallel systems can be configured with software and VHDL. The channels are supported by independent state-machines created within the Xilinx FPGA. The channels can have the same or different protocols. Manchester encoding and decoding, standard serial [UART], control, command, instrumentation, and custom protocols can be implemented.
The IO is supported with an advanced PCI interface featuring channelized DMA operation.
The components are rated for the industrial "extended" temperature range. Conformal coating is available.