Kontron recently launched the Kontron CP3210 PowerPC based Rugged Conduction-Cooled (RC) board. The Kontron CP3210 includes a thermal sensor for health monitoring and thermal management. The new 3U CompactPCI CPU board is designed to meet the harshest and most demanding requirements through its very low-power dissipation, real-time and certifiable software support as well as rugged conduction cooled design. The Kontron CP3210 CompactPCI CPU board can be used both as a system slot or a peripheral slot processor board, making it a unique solution for a complete system. Power consumption can be reduced to less than 10 W by configuring the processor frequency and the system bus frequency to 700/100 MHz, and by enabling the nap mode.
Kontron CP3210 Features
- IBM PowerPC 750FX at 733MHz
- cPCI System or Peripheral slot
- Rugged Conduction-Cooled
- Low-power consumption less than 11W typical
- 512 MB DDR SDRAM
- 128 KB nvSRAM with RT clock
- 256 MB User Flash
- 128 MB System Flash
- Multiple Operating Systems supported
The Kontron CP3210 CompactPCI CPU board offers an extensive range of standard functions and expansion options including the new powerful PowerPC G3 750FX RISC processor clocked at 733 MHz, onboard user memory of 512 MB DDR SDRAM with ECC clocked at 266 MHz, 128 MB of System Flash memory, 256 MB of User Flash memory and 128 KB of nvSRAM with realclock. It also offers two onboard serial lines, two Ethernet channels – one Gigabit and one 10/100 as well as one 33/66 MHz PMC expansion slot (PCI Mezzanine Card). To further extend the I/O capabilities an additional PMC can be implemented via the rugged PMC carrier CPMC1. The Rugged Conduction-Cooled (RC) design of the Kontron CP3210 enables reliable operation in temperatures ranging from -40°C to +85°C according to VITA 47 recommendations.
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