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VME-DVI: DVI Color Graphics Processor
VME-DVI: DVI Color Graphics Processor

VME-DVI

Item #: V.1510.02
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    VME-DVI

    DVI Color Graphics Processor

    • 69030 graphics controller
    • Resolution up to 1600x1200x16 bits per pixel
    • 4 Mbyte on-chip high performance SDRAM memory
    • DVI-I connector including RGB-analog
    • PowerPC™IBM 405GP
    • 10/100BaseT ETHERNET
    • Two CAN interfaces (TTL-level)
    • Serial interfaces

    Graphics Controller Asiliant 69030

    The powerful graphics controller 69030 offers display modes from 640x480 (true color) at 85 Hz up to 1600x1200 (16 bit colors) at 60 Hz. The DVI-I-interface controls CRT-monitors by analog video signals as well as TFT-monitors by digital video signals.

    Keyboard and Mouse Interface

    The board is equipped with a Mini DSUB-9 connector as PS2-interface. The usercan connect a PS2-keyboard and a PS2-mouse to this port simultaneously with an adapter.

    PowerPC Control

    The VME-DVI is equipped with the IBM PowerPC™ 405GP with 200 or 266 MHz that offers a performance of up to 375 MIPS. 32 Mbyte (optional 64 Mbyte) SDRAM and up to 32 Mbyte Flash are available as program and data memory. A non-volatile NVRAM enables the VME-DVI to save valuable process variables during power off sequences.

    Network Interfaces

    The VME-DVI comes with an ETHERNET interface for 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s nets. It is accessible as 10/100BaseT via RJ45 connector in the front panel. The board provides 2 CAN interfaces based on SJA1000 CAN controllers. The board routes TTL-level CAN signals to the VME P2 connector. Both CAN allow data transfer rates of 1 Mbit/s. One of two RS-232 serial ports is available via a DSUB9 connector in the front panel, the other one via the VMEbus P2 connector.

    Software Support

    The flash memory carries a standard ppcboot and enables the VME-DVI to boot various operating systems from network and onboard Flash. The VME-DVI directly supports Linux and VxWorks with full support of onboard drivers by esd, others on request. There is also a bunch of higher layer protocols like CANopen, DeviceNet as well as an on-board web server available. Graphics drivers are available for VxWorks, RTOS/UH, Linux and QNX. The module supports Windows 98/NT/2000, and other drivers are available on request.

    Technical Specifications:

    Microprocessor circuit:

    Microprocessor:

    IBM PowerPCTM 405GP, 200/266 MHz, 32 bit

    Memory equipped:

    from 8 M x 32 bit SDRAM (32 Mbyte),

    up to 16 M x 32 bit SDRAM (64 Mbyte),

    up to 32 Mbyte Flash EPROM,

    32 Kbyte NVRAM or optional RTC

    Graphics:

    Outputs:

    Simultaneous display of digital TFT-monitor and analog CRT-monitor with different frequencies at DVI-connector

    Display modes:

    VGA (640x480) with True Color (24 bit) at 85 Hz

    SVGA (800x600) with True Color at 85 Hz

    XGA (1024x768) with High Color (16 bit) at 85 Hz

    SXGA (1280x1024) with 8 bit color at 75 Hz

    UXGA (1600x1200) with 16 bit color at 60 Hz

    Interfaces:

    ETHERNET:

    10/100BaseT, IEEE802.3, RJ45-connector

    Serial:

    1x RS-232 at DSUB9 in front panel,

    1x RS-232 at VMEbus P2 connector

    CAN:

    2x CAN, controller SJA1000, CAN 2.0A/B,

    TTL-level signals, 1 Mbit/s, VME P2 connector

    Keyboard, mouse

    Two PS2-ports for keyboard and mouse at one Mini-DSUB9 connector in front panel

    VMEbus section:

    Base address:

    Selectable via coding switch

    (no geographical addressing)

    VMEbus rev.

    IEEE 1014 rev. D

    Data transfer options:

    Master or slave function,

    A32, A24, A16; D8, D16, D32

    Interrupts:

    Programmable levels

    General:

    Temperature:

    0...50 /C

    Humidity:

    Max. 90%, non-condensing

    Connector types:

    VMEbus: P1/P2 acc. to IEC 603-xx (160 pins)

    CAN: VMEbus P2 acc. to IEC 603-xx

    keyboard, mouse: Micro-DSUB 10/100BaseT: RJ45 RS-232: DSUB9, VMEbus P2 graphics: DVI connector

    Board size:

    160 mm x 233 mm (6 U height, 1 slot width)

    Power:

    +5 V ±5 %, +12 V ±5 %

    Order information:

    Designation

     

    Order no.

    VME-DVI

    IBM PPC 405GP, 200 MHz 32 MB SDRAM, 32 MB Flash, graphics controller

    V.1510.02

     

     

    VME-DVI

    DVI Color Graphics Processor

    • 69030 graphics controller
    • Resolution up to 1600x1200x16 bits per pixel
    • 4 Mbyte on-chip high performance SDRAM memory
    • DVI-I connector including RGB-analog
    • PowerPC™IBM 405GP
    • 10/100BaseT ETHERNET
    • Two CAN interfaces (TTL-level)
    • Serial interfaces


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    VME-DVI

    DVI Color Graphics Processor

    • 69030 graphics controller
    • Resolution up to 1600x1200x16 bits per pixel
    • 4 Mbyte on-chip high performance SDRAM memory
    • DVI-I connector including RGB-analog
    • PowerPC™IBM 405GP
    • 10/100BaseT ETHERNET
    • Two CAN interfaces (TTL-level)
    • Serial interfaces


    esd electronics’ VME – DVI is a powerful 69030 graphics controller offering display modes from 640x480 (true color) at 85 Hz up to 1600x1200 (16 bit colors) at 60 Hz. The DVI-I-interface is designed to control CRT-monitors by analog video signals as well as TFT-monitors by digital video signals.

     

    The VME – DVI board is equipped with a Mini-DSUB9- connector as the PS2-interface. A PS2-keyboard and a PS2-mouse can be connected to this port simultaneously through an adapter.

     

    esd electronics has equipped the VME - DVI with the IBM PowerPCTM 405GP that has 200 or 266 MHz offering a performance of up to 375 MIPS. The VME – DVI has 32 Mbyte with an optional 64 Mbyte SDRAM and up to 32 Mbyte Flash for the program and data memory, and a non-volatile NVRAM enables the VME - DVI to save valuable process variables during power off sequences.

     

    The VME - DVI comes with an ETHERNET interface for 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s nets, and it is accessible as 10/100BaseT through a RJ45 connector in the front panel. The board provides 2 CAN interfaces based on SJA1000 CAN controllers with TTL-level CAN signals routed to the VME P2 connector allowing both CAN controllers data transfer rates of 1 Mbit/s. One of two RS-232 serial ports is available through a DSUB9 connector in the front panel, the other one through the VMEbus P2 connector.

     

    The flash memory of the VME – DVI carries a standard PPC-boot that enables the VME - DVI to boot various operating systems from network and onboard Flash directly supporting Linux and VxWorks and allowing full support of onboard drivers. esd electronics has designed the VME – DVI to support higher layer protocols like CANopen and DeviceNet and there is an on-board web server available as well. There are graphics drivers available for VxWorks, RTOS/UH, Linux, QNX, Windows 98/NT/2000, and other drivers are available upon request.

     



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