GET Engineering HDIO Serial Communication 2040 module has 4 independent Asynchronous Programmable serial channels. This module uses one EXAR XR1V354 four channel PCIe UART and four EXAR SP339E Transceivers. This module can be programmed for RS-232, RS485 or RS422 Serial Standards.
A full RS-232 (DCD, RXD, TEX, DTR, DSR, RTS, CTS, RI and ground) and three full duplex RS-485/RS-422 (TX+, TX-, RX+, RX-) or half duplex RS485 (Data+, Data-) can be software configurable.
Designed for reliability in a rugged and harsh environments, the HDIO System uses screws to firmly attach the HDIO module to the conduction cooled HDIO carrier card and thermal bars to conduct heat from the HDIO modules to the HDIO carrier card. The HDIO module can be conformally coated for increased reliability against humidity.
GET Engineering provides the user with the HDIO DAC 2040 Module Application Interface (API) and GET console. The GET console is a program that provides the user with a Graphic User Interface (GUI) that discoveries the module and the user can set the serial communication modes or parameters to any of the channels allowing the engineer to quickly start using the HDIO family of products.
Key Hardware Features
Industrial and Military Grade
4 Asynchronous Serial Communication Channels
Size ~21 mm x 64 mm
256-byte TX and RX FIFO
Up to 31.25 Mbps serial data rate
16550 compatible register Set
Key Software Features
Support Windows or Linux OS
Size ~21 x 64 mm
Weight: 0.15 lbs
Channel 1 RS-232 DCD, RXD, TXD, DTR, DSR, RTS, CTS, RI and ground
Channels 2, 3 & 4 RS-422 or RS-485 Full Duplex TX+, TX-, RX+, RX- or RS-485 Half Duplex Data+, Data-
PCI Express Version 2.1
Operating Temperature: -40° to 85° C
Storage Temperature: -55° to 125° C
Humidity: Design to Meet MIL STD 810G
Shock: Design to Meet MIL STD 810G
Vibration: Design to Meet MIL STD 810G
MTBF: Available upon request.
Information on this data sheet is subject to change without notice.