Emerson / Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer
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Emerson / Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer

Features

  • 2eSST VMEbus Protocol with 320MB/s Transfer Rate Across the VMEbus
  • Migration Path from Existing Motorola VMEbus Platforms
  • High-Performance MPC7457 PowerPC processor Running at 1.267 GHz
  • 128-bit AltiVec Coprocessor for Parallel Processing
  • Up to 1GB of Onboard DDR ECC Memory
  • Two 33/66/100 MHz PMC-X Sites Allow the Addition of Industry-Standard, Application-Specific Modules
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces
  • 128MB of Flash Memory in Two 64MB Banks

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This Emerson / Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer is used and in excellent condition.

Configuration:
• MPC7457 1.267 GHz Processor
• 128 MB Flash
• 512 MB SDRAM

Part Number: 01-W3878F 02B



Stock # 77501-2




This Emerson / Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer is used and in excellent condition.

Configuration:
• MPC7457 1.267 GHz Processor
• 128 MB Flash
• 1 GB SDRAM

Part Number: 01-W3878F 14B



Stock # 77501-1




This Motorola E5515-61294 Protocol Processor Board is new from surplus stock. This unit is also known as the Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer

Configuration:
• MPC7457 1.267 GHz Processor
• 128 MB Flash
• 1 GB SDRAM
• Protocol Processor Connector Board: E5515-20186

Part Numbers: 01-W3878F 04M, E5515-60185



Stock # 63671-45



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Description

The Emerson / Motorola MVME6100 VME Single-Board Computer is the first VMEbus single-board computer (SBC) designed with the Tundra Tsi148 VMEbus interface chip offering 2eSST VMEbus performance. The 2eSST (two edge source synchronous transfer) protocol causes the VMEbus to run at a practical bandwidth of 320MB/s in most cases. The 2eSST protocol has existed for some time (the draft standard for trial use was published in 1999 and released as an ANSI standard in 2003), but until now, 2eSST boards would not work in a standard VMEbus backplane because the existing VMEbus transceivers could not support the required VMEbus 2eSST signaling speeds. Texas Instruments has developed new VMEbus transceivers that support the VMEbus signal switching speeds required by the 2eSST protocol. The combination of the new Texas Instruments VMEbus transceivers and the Tsi148 VMEbus legacy protocol support allows users to integrate the MVME6100 series into existing infrastructure providing backward compatibility.

Product Family: MVME6100, MVME-6100, MVME 6100
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