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Industrial fpga USB modules

Industrial fpga USB modules

FPGA specialist, Opal Kelly, has announced two industrial temperature versions of its recently released XEM6010 module.

Based on the Xilinx Spartan-6 fpga, with high speed USB 2.0 interface for downloading and communication, the new XEM6010-LX45I and XEM6010-LX150I are specified for the full industrial temperature range of -40 to 85ºC.

According to Opal Kelly, the XEM6010 is suited to prototyping systems and integration into OEM devices where a USB interface, flexible hardware solution, or pc software interface would be useful. The XEM6010 is designed to be added to a new board design to provide turnkey USB integration with the Opal Kelly FrontPanel SDK and USB drivers.

The XEM6010-LX45 and XEM6010-LX45I are specified for the commercial (-0 to 70ºC) and industrial (-40 to 85ºC) temperature ranges, respectively. The XEM6010-LX150 and XEM6010-LX150I are the higher density versions. All models include high speed USB 2.0 fpga configuration and data transfer, integrated ddr2 sdram, power supplies and configuration flash.

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