RSL-5222 I/O Interface Board with BuiltSAFE

Serial I/O PMC module, RS-232/422/485 and GPIO interfaces, FPGA, DO-254 and DO-178 artifacts

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High-Speed Serial I/O Aircraft Communication

The RSL-5222 is a serial I/O PMC module. It supports a wide variety of physical interfaces which can be individually selected as RS232 or RS422/485 without hardware configuration. Ideally suited to serial I/O applications requiring high-performance communication, the RSL-5222 provides up to eight high-speed asynchronous/synchronous serial channels.

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Features

Key Features

  • Reprogrammable FPGA with independent embedded serial controllers
  • 4/8 configurable high-performance 
    serial interface channels
  • RS232/422/485 synchronous/asynchronous UART, HDLC, SDLC, 9-bit protocol
  • User-specific I/O lines on PMC-P4
  • Reprogrammable FPGAs and FlexIO flexibility
  • DO-254 and DO-178 artifacts
  • Safety certification services and support
Specifications
  • High-Speed Links / Connections
  • 4x or 8x software selectable channels:
  • Maximum data rate of 2 Mb/s (asynchronous) or 10 Mb/s (synchronous)
    • RS-232: RxD, RxC, TxD, TxC
    • RS-422/485: RxD_H/L, TxD_H/L, TxC_H/L
    • Synchronous/asynchronous UART, HDLC, SDLC, 9-bit protocol
    • Up to 16x GPIO (3V3TTL)
  • FIFOs:
    • Receive: 1KB, each channel
    • Transmit: 1KB, each channel
  • Oscillator:
    • 14.7456 MHz to support standard asynchronous baud rates
  • User-supplied oscillator location is available for custom baud rate generation
  • Bus: One 32-bit PCI 3.0 bus at 33MHz on PMC-P1/P2 (5V tolerant)

User defined I/O

  • User-specific I/O lines on PMC-P4
  • FlexIO module for flexible pin-out connectivity of serial channels/GPIO
Board Support Packages (BSP)

Board Support Packages (BSP)

  • WindRiver VxWorks®

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