Acromag’s XVME-6510 is a high-performance 6U VME single board computer based on the 4th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and utilizes the Intel 8-Series QM87 PCH chipset for extensive I/O support. Two ruggedized SODIMMs offer up to 16GB of high-speed DDR3L removable memory plus 32GB of flash memory. The air-cooled XVME-6510 features dual PMC/XMC sites, DVI-D display, and programmable CPU power limits for heat sensitive applications. Expansion capabilities for further customization is available. VxWorks and Linux software support, ROHS compliance and extended temperature options are available. A variety of model configurations start at $6,400.
“The XVME-6510 product family is an excellent choice for new or tech refresh VME-based applications. Not only does it properly resolve the obsolescence of the TSI-148 VME interface chip, it provides the customer with an up-to-date product for at least another 7 years” stated Russell Nieves, Acromag’s Director of Embedded sales. “The 2-year standard warranty and long term availability with managed life cycles ensures long-term success for your projects.”
The XVME-6510 is a CPU module that uses an Intel 4th Generation Core i7 processor (Haswell) and the 6U VME64X VMEbus form factor. The board can support either one or two DDR3L ECC SODIMMs, for a total of up to 16GB. The SODIMMs are firmly attached to the module with screws and are surrounded by heat sink material to provide a mechanically and thermally robust mounting mechanism. Extended temperature models are available for operating in a -40°C to +75°C range. The two PMC/XMC sites can be used in any combination. An optional P0 connector allows two Gigabit Ethernet connections. Forego one PMC/XMC module and add the optional XBRD-9060 I/O expander module and increase I/O on the front panel and add two SSD mSATA drives. Also optional is the XVME-9640 rear-transition module for easy access to all P2 connector’s I/O signals.
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