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P0CC1  (GE Intelligent Platforms)
6U PMC Carrier Card

Product Highlights

* Supports PPZERO PCI extension * Two PMCs per card * Front or Rear I/O * 5 Ruggedization Levels * Air or Conduction-cooled versions

Product Description

The P0CC1 is a carrier card which forms part of an expansion board range complementing Radstones family of market leading PMC compatible Single Board Computers (SBCs).



The P0CC1 is connected via its P0 connector to a PCI infra-structure, which is created by an SBC fitted with a PMCPCI and a P0 PCI backplane. The SBC with PMCPCI is plugged into the master slot of the P0BP range of P0 PCI backplanes. The P0CC1s are then plugged into this PCI backplane system.



The P0CC1 and PMCPC1 cards employ Digital 21150 PCI-to-PCI bridges to create secondary PCI busses, which support concurrent transactions with their primary PCI busses. The bridge chips also allow buffering of PCI data and addresses for posted memory write operations. The primary bus on the PMCPCI card is that of the SBC. The secondary bus of the PMCPCI forms the P0 backplane PCI bus which connects to the primary busses of the P0CC1 cards. The secondary bus on the P0CC1 is connected to the PMC sites.

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