LEESBURG, Va., 3 March 2007. Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Leesburg, Va., is introducing the SCP/DCP-124P rugged 3U CompactPCI (cPCI) single-board computer (SBC) that supports PICMG 2.3-compliant mapping of PMC I/O through the backplane.
The board, available in conduction- and air-cooled versions, uses the Freescale Altivec-enhanced 7448 PowerPC processor, and is for space- and weight-constrained COTS systems for military and aerospace applications.
The SCP/DCP-124P, a variant of Curtiss-Wright's popular SCP/DCP-124 3U cPCI SBC, expands I/O flexibility by enabling I/O signals to be routed to the backplane in compliance with the PICMG 2.3 standard. The board is designed to be used in cPCI backplane peripheral slots. Curtiss-Wright also offers a range of 3U cPCI SBCs (SCP/DCP-122,-124,-1201) that can be used in a peripheral slot or in a system slot as the system controller.
The SCP/DCP-124P supports a 64-bit PMC site, and has 1 megabyte of internal ECC L2 Cache memory running at core processor speed, and up to 1 gigabyte of DDR SDRAM with ECC. The SCP/DCP-124P's cPCI bus operates at 33/66 MHz and supports 3.3- and 5-volt signaling.
System expansion is provided by an on-board 64-bit, 100 MHz PCI-X-capable PMC site. To ease system integration and development, Curtiss-Wright also offers optional rear transition cable sets.
For more information contact Curtiss-Wright online at www.cwcembedded.com.