3U cPCI ARM Cortex-A9 SBC

Model Single Board Computer 75ARM1

3U cPCI ARM Cortex-A9 SBC

3U cPCI ARM SBC with three I/O and communications function module slots—
Over 40 different modules to choose from

Customer-configurable 3U cPCI ARM SBC

NAI’s 75ARM1 is a 3U cPCI ARM® Cortex®-A9-based, Single Board Computer (SBC) that can be configured with up to three intelligent function modules. Ideally suited for rugged defense, industrial, and commercial applications, the 75ARM1 delivers off-the-shelf solutions that accelerate deployment of SWaP-optimized systems.

Adaptable Architecture

NAI’s Custom-On-Standard-Architecture™ (COSA®) offers a choice of over 40 intelligent I/O, communications, and Ethernet switch functions, providing the highest packaging density and greatest flexibility of any 3U SBC in the industry. Preexisting, fully-tested functions can be combined in an unlimited number of ways quickly and easily. Each I/O function has dedicated processing, unburdening the SBC from unnecessary data management overhead.

The ARM® Cortex®-A9 processor is a low power, cost-sensitive, multi-core processor delivering exceptional levels of performance and power efficiency with all the functionality required in rugged, embedded SWaP-optimized programs for the Defense and Aerospace industries.

Background Built-In-Test (BIT)

BIT continuously monitors the status of all I/O during normal operations and is totally transparent to the user. SBC resources are not consumed while executing BIT routines. This simplifies maintenance, assures operational readiness, reduces life-cycle costs and—keeps your systems mission ready.

Board Support Package (BSP) and Software Support Kit (SSK)

The 75ARM1 includes BSP and SSK support for Wind River® Linux and VxWorks®, and for Xilinx® PetaLinux and DDC-I Deos. In addition, SSKs are supplied with source code and board-specific library I/O APIs to facilitate system integration.

Eliminate man-months of integration with a configured, field-proven 3U cPCI ARM Cortex-A9 SBC from NAI.

Features:

  • Compact 3U cPCI SBC with support for 3 independent, intelligent function modules
  • 40+ modules to choose from
  • Independent x1 SerDes interface to each function module slot
  • COSA® architecture
  • ARM® Cortex®-A9 Dual Core 800 MHz Processor
  • 512 MB DDR3L SDRAM
  • Up to 32 GB SATAII NAND Flash (4 GB standard)
  • < 5 W MB power dissipation
  • System controller or peripheral option
  • Front and/or rear I/O
  • 2x 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet; 2 to rear, or 1 to rear and 1 to front I/O
  • 1x RS232 to front or rear I/O
  • I2C Bus to rear I/O
  • Wind River® Linux and VxWorks®, and Xilinx® PetaLinux and DDC-I Deos OS support
  • Intelligent I/O library support available
  • Continuous Background Built-in-Test (BIT)
  • VICTORY Interface Services (contact factory)
  • Commercial and rugged versions
  • Operating temperature:  0° C to +70° C commercial, or -40° C to +85° C rugged
 
Document DownloadsDate
75ARM1 Data Sheet
07/13/2015
75ARM1 Operations Manual
Complete manual that includes all available function modules.
01/03/2017
75ARM1 Custom Operations Manual
Abbreviated manual that includes only function modules selected in the part number.
01/03/2017
NAI Ethernet Interface for Generation 5 SBC and Embedded I/O Boards Software Specification
05/26/2016
Quick Start Guide for ARM System Using Linux Host
08/25/2015
Quick Start Guide for ARM System Using Windows Host
08/25/2015
75ARM1 Part Number Designation
01/03/2017

Note: Linux Driver(s): All Linux driver / source code are provided as is without change support.
News ItemsDate
Board and Box Level Systems Face SWaP Design Challenges
Reducing size, weight and power of military systems remains a challenge, especially when shrinking budgets are putting pressure on costs.
02/28/2014
High-end Technology/High-End Relationships
Interview with Business in Focus Magazine: High-end Technology and High-end Relationships
05/29/2015
North Atlantic to support US Navy's SSC program
NAI has received a contract for the delivery of custom-on-standard architecture (COSA) COTS rugged
02/05/2015
Q and A with William Forman, President and CEO
"It’s about offering a smarter, faster, more efficient system design that requires complex I/O requirements— that’s where we excel."
06/30/2014