ADLINK Technology launched their PCIe-2602 SDI video/audio capture card. The PCIe-2602 features the PCI Express x4 interface, 2-channel acquisition of 3G-SDI for low latency and uncompressed video data signals up to 1920x1080p/60fps, lossless full color 4:4:4 video and up to 12-bit video data. The board is ideal for critical applications like medical imaging, intelligent video surveillance and analytics, and broadcasting.
WinSystems launched the PXM-UIO96-2, which is a SUMIT-ISM compatible digital I/O module. The device is designed for high-speed interfacing, and features 96 lines. The PXM-UIO96-2 can monitor all 96 lines for both rising and falling digital edge transitions, latch them, and then interrupt the host processor notifying it that a change-of-input status has occurred. The WinSystems PXM-UIO96-2 is available now for $195 each (in OEM quantities).
WinSystems introduced their PXM-GIGE Gigabit Ethernet module. The PXM-GIGE is SUMIT-ISM compatible, and is designed for high-speed networking connectivity for small form factor, industrial embedded applications. The Gigabit Ethernet module supports Linux, Windows, and other x86-compatible real-time operating systems. Free drivers are available. The WinSystems PXM-GIGE board is available for $199 each.
Kontron introduced the VX3042 and VX3044 3U OpenVPX single board computers. The Kontron dual-core VX3042 and quad-core VX3044 SBCs are based on the 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors. They feature eight lane PCI Express gen 3.0 and x1 PCI Express gen 2.0, 1x USB 3.0 and 4x USB 2.0. In addition, the SBCs offer native support for 10 Gigabit Ethernet and PCI Express 3.0. The Kontron VX3042 and VX3044 single-board computers are available now. They are ideal for long-lifecycle applications.
ADLINK Technology introduced the Express-IBR COM Express Type 6 Computer-on-Module. The Ampro by ADLINK Express-IBR supports the quad-core and dual-core 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors and Mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset. It is ideal for airborne and vehicle-mounted military computers and human machine interfaces (HMI) applications in harsh environments.
GE Intelligent Platforms introduced their WANic 66512 PCI Express Packet Processor. The GE WANic 66512 is an intelligent, high-performance Ethernet IP Packet Processor in PCI Express card format. It features the Cavium ten-core 1.5GHz OCTEON II processor, and offers very low latency and very high throughput. The GE WANic 66512 PCI Express Packet Processor is designed for ease of development and deployment.
WinSystems introduced the PXM-C388-S single board computer. The PC/104 SBC features the Intel 1.66 GHz Atom N455 processor, ICH-8M System Controller Hub, up to 2 GB of DDR3 systems memory, Gigabit Ethernet port, simultaneous CRT and LVDS flat panel video support, eight USB 2.0 ports, four serial COM ports, SATA controller, PATA controller for the CompactFlash socket, twenty-four lines of digital I/O, and HD audio. The WinSystems PXM-C388-S1-0-0 is priced at $499.
Kontron introduced the VX3905 3U OpenVPX PCI Express and Ethernet hybrid switch. The VX3905 features up to 4 x 6 Gen1/Gen2 PCIe backplane ports for the data plane and up to 24 PCI Express Gen 1/Gen 2 ports for up to 32 lanes which can be configured (x8, x4, x2 and x1) depending on the required bandwidth. The Kontron VX3905 PCI Express and Ethernet hybrid switch is available now in an air-cooled (0°C to +55°C) and conduction-cooled version (-40°C to + 85°C).
ADLINK Technology launched the PCIe-9842 PCI Express digitizer. The PCIe-9842 features 11.3 effective number of bits (ENOBs), 70 dB signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), 100 MHz bandwidth analog input, ±1 V Input range with 50 Ω input impedance, and 200 MS/s sampling rate of 14 bits of data across one channel. The ADLINK PCIe-9842 is ideal for applications like light detection and ranging (LIDAR) tests, optical fiber tests, and radar signal acquisition. The PCIe-9842 PCI Express digitizer is available now for $3,000.
ACCES I/O Products introduced the PCIe-ICM Series of isolated PCI Express serial communication cards. The PCIe-ICM family features a x1 lane PCI Express connector, four or two ports of isolated, software selectable, RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 serial protocols. The PCIe-ICM modules is available now. Prices range from $269 to $479, depending on model. The ACCES I/O boards are ideal for retail, hospitality, automation, gaming, shipboard, defense, point of sale systems and kiosks. The PCIe-ICM cards install as standard COM ports in all operating systems including DOS, Linux (including Mac OS X) and Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7.