CompactPCI Card F405: A Robust Multi I/O Board for Railway Applications
- 16 digital outputs, high-side switching (load to ground)
- 2 analog outputs, current and voltage
- 2 PWM outputs
- 8 digital inputs
- 2 pulse counter inputs
- Voltage range from -110 V to +110 V
- -40°C to +85°C (qualified components)
- Conformal coated
- EN 50155 compliant
Compact, cost-saving and extremely versatile
The F405 is a space-saving marvel on a CompactPCI board. It provides sixteen digital, two analog and two PWM outputs, as well as eight digital and two pulse counter inputs. For faultless data transmission, all channels are organized in six isolated groups.
All digital inputs can be operated in a voltage range from -110 V to +110 V. The pulse counter inputs can be used, for example, to connect a speed sensor which implements the frequency and distance measurement as well as direction, standstill and motion detection as integrated functions in the FPGA.
The digital high-side switching outputs support voltage ranges from 24 V to 110 V. The analog outputs provide the output value as voltage or current. With their programmable cycle and pulse lengths, the PWM outputs are suitable for motor performance control.
LEDs on the front panel display the current status of the respective interface.
The EN 50155-compliant F405 is a reliable and robust solution for all controls in the railway sector. It is equipped with all important safety-related measures for mobile environments such as voltage and temperature monitoring, a readback function of the digital outputs and coating against dust and moisture.
Due to the FPGA-based design and the use of proven hardware components, the board offers high long-term availability and reduces the risk management for the application.
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