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pmc and xmc Products

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Protocols (max channel count)PlatformsConcurrent
Multi-Protocol
Special Features
Ethernet Switch Card
  • Gigabit Ethernet (1, plus 1 host port/NIC)
  • 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet (8)
PMC Managed or unmanaged operation, Built-in Test (BIT), Extended Temperature, RoHS
Mx5 Series
  • MIL-STD-1553 (8)
  • ARINC 429 (22)
  • ARINC 708 (4)
  • ARINC 717 (4)
  • Discrete I/O (6)
PMC, XMCHigh Channel Counts, Conduction or Convection Cooled, 64 MB ECC Memory, Built-in Test (BIT), IRIG A/B, Extended Temperature, RoHS
OmniBus PMC 1553
  • MIL-STD-1553 (2)
PMC Variable Waveform, CCPMC
ARINC 664 PMC
(Obsolete Product)
  • ARINC 664 / AFDX® (2)
PMC On-board integrity, redundancy, and flow control

Multi-Protocol products are capable of concurrently hosting more than one avionics protocol on a single product.

The MPR-ES-1 is a full-featured managed or unmanaged Ethernet switch implemented on a rugged, rear-I/O PMC card.

Rugged embedded Mx5 Series databus interface cards feature exceptionally high channel counts in both single- and multi-protocol versions. Available for front- or rear-panel I/O in XMC or PMC. Cards interface with MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, 717, and 708.

  • IRIG Timetag
  • Conduction cooled
OmniBus 1553 PMC has the power and flexibility to operate as a simple or intelligent 1553 interface card or as an embedded processor.

Ballard's PMC interface for the ARINC 664 / AFDX® protocol provides two ports at 10 or 100 Mbps that can be either independent or dual-redundant with transmit, receive, and monitor capabilities.

Older products are classified as legacy if they are still in limited production. Most legacy products have a more modern alternative and should be not be designed into or used on new programs. Legacy products are subject to parts obsolescence and may become unavailable with little or no notice. Legacy products have a limited one year warranty.

Products are classified as obsolete when they are no longer in production either because there is no longer a demand for them or because parts to produce them are no longer available. Obsolete products should not be designed into or used on new programs. A limited number of new or refurbished obsolete products are sometimes available. Obsolete products have a limited 90 day warranty.

 
 
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