CPCI-405

High Performance PowerPC™ with Ethernet and CAN

Features

  • CompactPCI® Host or Target Adapter

  • PowerPC™ IBM 405GP(r), up to 608 MIPS, 200/233/266/400 MHz

  • Up to 128 Mbyte RAM

  • 100BASE-TX Ethernet

  • 1 CAN interface, ISO 11898-2, 1 Mbit/s, electrical isolation

  • 1 CAN interface, TTL-level

  • CompactFlash® card adapter

  • Linux®, VxWorks® or QNX6® operating systems available

  • Option: CODESYS® programming and run-time systems acc. to IEC 61131-3

Drivers are available for several Operating Systems (see tables Software Support below). For other OS please contact our Support.
CAN driver availability for all esd CAN interfaces is listed here.

 

CompactPCI PowerPC board
The CPCI-405 is a CompactPCI board in 3U format. The powerful IBM PPC405GP(r) with clock rates from 200 to 400 MHz enables a performance of up to 608 MIPS. With on-board PCI-arbiter and PCIclock distributor it acts as a CompactPCI host. A mounting option as a CompactPCI adaptor is available. The board is equipped from 16 to 128 Mbyte SDRAM, up to 8 Mbyte Flash and a CompactFlash slot to carry various memory cards. A non-volatile NVRAM enables the CPCI-405 to save valuable process variables during power off sequences.

Network Interfaces
The CPCI-405 comes with an ETHERNET interface for 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s nets. It is accessible as 10/100BaseT via RJ45 connector in the front panel. The CPCI-405 provides 2 CAN interfaces based on SJA1000 CAN controllers. One of them according to ISO 11898 with electrically isolation and a DSUB9 connector, the other one as TTL only via PCB connector. Both CAN allow data transfer rates of 1 Mbit/s. One of two serial ports is available as RS-232 via RJ12 connector, the other one as TTL only via PCB connector.

Software Support
The flash memory carries the standard ‘U-Boot’ program that enables the CPCI-405 to boot various operating systems from network, on-board Flash or CompactFlash. Thus Linux, VxWorks and QNX6 are directly supported with full support of on-board drivers by esd, others on request. There is also a bunch of higher layer protocols like CANopen, DeviceNet as well as an on-board web server available.

CPCI-405 - High Performance PowerPC™ with Ethernet and CAN by esd
Not recommended for new designs