RT4 PowerPact (GE Intelligent Platforms)
* Small form factor CompactPCI-based rugged compute node - Width 124mm (4.88"), height 132mm (5.2"), length 255mm (10") * Four conduction-cooled 3U slots to VITA 30.1 - System slot pre-loaded with IMP1A single board computer (SBC), three spare slots for I/O and peripherals * IMP1A provides PowerPC 755 or 7410 processor and VxWorks, support * High integrity bonded section chassis construction provides exceptional strength * I/O connector panel and backplane formed as a single, removable, assembly for ease of maintenance * All panels fitted with EMC and "hose down" gaskets * Backed up by Radstone integration and through life support services
Setting new standards in COTS integration, Radstone's RT4 PowerPact(tm) computer system comes as an application-ready platform equipped with, IMP1A processor, basic operational software and three 3U CompactPCI slots for additional functionality. In short, a low risk building block designed to deliver the genuine low cost of ownership that has become synonymous with Radstone equipment.
The system enclosure recognizes the fact that today, more than ever, time and budget constraints demand that core technologies can be utilized across and within programs. As a result, flexibility permeates the design. Outside mounting and cooling options enable the same board and Power Supply Unit (PSU) sub-system architecture to be repackaged and deployed throughout the full range of vetronic, naval and avionic applications. Inside, a pluggable power supply can be matched to differing input characteristics and internal loads. Even the I/O wiring is modular in order to allow speedy adaptation to individual requirements and cost effective field support.
At the board level, ease of use continues to be the key design parameter. Radstone's IMP1A single board computer (SBC) provides PowerPC technology at 500 MHz and beyond and gives access to a range of proven software environments. In turn this de-risks the integration of other CompactPCI modules, PMCs mounted on IMPCC1 carrier boards and peripherals.
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