AcroPack I/O Platform adds a Reconfigurable Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA for Custom Computing

WIXOM, MI -- Acromag's APA7-200 series provides a user-customizable FPGA on an AcroPack mezzanine module. The module plugs into a connector on an AcroPack carrier to add up to 48 TTL or 24 EIA-485/422 I/O signals or a mix of both types. Mix and match I/O combinations in a single slot for embedded applications running on Linux®, Windows®, or VxWorks® operating systems. APA7-200 modules begin at $900 each along with a recommended one-time purchase of the $310 Engineering Design kit software.

The APA7-200 offers a wide operating range of -40 to 85°C. Reconfiguration of the FPGA is possible via a direct download into the Flash configuration memory over the PCIe bus. The on-board 32Mb Quad Serial Flash memory loaded with configuration data allows automatic configuration of the FPGA on power-up. More information about the AcroPack series is available from Acromag's website at https://www.acromag.com/acropacks.

Designed for COTS applications the AcroPacks™ are ROHS compliant and ideal for scientific development labs, military and aerospace applications, the defense industry, and automation applications.

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