6U VME, 3-Slot Multi-function, High Density I/O

Model 6U VME 64D3

6U VME, 3-Slot Multi-function, High Density I/O

The 64D3 is a single slot 6U VME low-power/high-performance and high-density multi-function I/O board. Three module slots enable integrators to mix and match a variety of I/O and communication functions. There is potential for 144 channels of high functionality, feature-rich programmable discrete on a single 6U card.

The 64D3 allows systems integrators to confidently tailor, manage, monitor and control a host of sensor interfacing requirements utilizing NAI’s flexible, leading-edge, fully programmable and continuous background built-in-test (BIT) enabled function modules.

Features:

  • High Density Multi-function I/O and Communications
  • Single 6U VME Slot
  • Users can specify up to 3 High-density Function Modules
  • Automatic background BIT (module-dependant)
  • VME Bus and/or Dual Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces)
  • Master VME Bus capability
  • Front and/or Rear I/O Support
  • Designed for Commercial and Rugged applications
  • Software Support Kit and Drivers are available

 

 
Document DownloadsDate
64D3 Data Sheet
09/07/2011
64D3 Specifications
01/05/2012
64D3 Operations Manual
Complete manual that includes all available function modules.
07/14/2015
64D3 Custom Operations Manual
Abbreviated manual that includes only function modules selected in the part number.
07/14/2015
1553 Module (Nx) Programmer's Reference Guide
12/03/2012
NAI Ethernet Interface for Embedded IO Boards Specification
04/10/2015
Measurement / Simulation
Motor Controller
Miscellaneous

Note: Linux Driver(s): All Linux driver / source code are provided as is without change support.
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